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Could someone recommend me a wireless bridge for my PS2?
Currently I have a wire across the room, which gets in everyone way.

If anyone is experience enough to recommend which bridge to get so it would compatible with the LINKSYS Wireless Router.

I hope the bridge doesn't require battery to run!!
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Any wireless bridge should work, the 802.11g (or b, but that would be too slow) wireless networking protocol is an international standard. I have a D-Link bridge connected to my XBox. I only chose D-Link because it's the same brand as my router. I've never tried to use it with my PS2, but I am 100% sure it would work if I ever bothered to try.
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The WET11 is a 802.11b wireless bridge and is compatible with linksys routers. However, the WET11 only offers WEP protection, so if you are running WPA-PSK or something more secure, you should check the features to see if it is compatible with your network also. It is also pretty cheap on Ebay so check there for a good price as there isn't as much demand for these than some people might think.

The WET54G is also from Linksys and is a 802.11g wireless bridge. It does offer WPA-PSK but only the latest revision has it, and I mean product-wise (there are different versions of the WET54G). So if your network is using WPA-PSK or you would like fast wireless speeds then go for this, although it is much more expensive.

I believe there are D-Link wireless bridges that should also be compatible with Linksys setups.
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