Vista connecting to two wireless networks at once?

  noisyscanner 10:11 24 Dec 2009
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Hello there,
In my house there is 2 wireless networks, one connects to the internet, the other has a network USB hub with my printer and stuff attached to it.
My computer running windows vista home premium sp1 is connecting to both at once.
I only have one wireless card (says device manager) and when I hover my mouse over the networking icon on the taskbar it has one network there and another next to it in brackets.
I was just curious to see why this was because other threads I have read say that this is impossible!
Regards,
Brad

  ambra4 11:01 24 Dec 2009

“In my house there is 2 wireless networks, one connects to the internet, the other has a network USB hub with my printer and stuff attached to it”

Do not confuse yourself the two wireless networks are difference

The broadband wireless network is connected to the Internet via the router where as the

USB wireless hub is only connected to the wireless system on the router

Note the following: - “A wireless router is required to use this product wirelessly”

click here#


“Vista connecting to two wireless networks at once?”

It is impossible to connect to two wireless broadband routers at the same time but in your

case you are not connecting to two wireless broadband routers but to only one and a USB

wireless hub via the router wireless system

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