|Ok, kind of got a strange one. I have cable internet with a modem, I use a wireless router (standard d-link wireless g/n router.) So I bought a little wireless etherner bridge Pelican brand wireless adapter for xbox 360 (It actually works for anything though it's just a standard ethernet bridge.|
so I could bring wireless to my gameing systems through the ethernet ( the ps3 has built in wifi but i need the PS3's wifi open to communicate with my psp. a program called adhoc party uses it and requires the internet to the ps3 to be brought in through the ethernet plug, srry, useless info). So i got the xbox and the ps3 both needing to be hooked up through this bridge and I don't want to buy another one. I know they both work perfect when i plug the bridge in. I don't need to adjust anything just move the ethernet cable from one system to the other.
My question is, can I get a ethernet switch so I can keep the, both hooked up at the same time to the bridge? would that work?
the switch i was going to get is the:
TRENDnet 5-Port 10/100Mbps Ethernet Switch TE100-S5 (Blue)
Price is an issue so thats why the cheap one.