I have a PC in my house that does not have a wireless network card. The two laptops and the PS3 enjoy wireless browsing but sadly the PC is left out. We used to have the PC on the internet via a direct wire connection to my Netgear WNR2000. That was when the non-wireless enabled-broadband-router, the Netgear router, and the PC were in close proximity. At that time the Netgear WNR2000 was serving as our wireless router. Then we moved.
At out new place there is an old wireless cable modem, (Motorala SBG900). It is serving up tasty bits of the internet each day to all the wireless computers in the house. So. what I have left is a PC with no wireless capability and a Netgear WNR2000 wireless router.
Can I use the Netgear WNR2000 to enable wirelss access for my PC on my existing wireless network?
I have been all over the internet looking at how to do this and I am capable of following instructions but, I am no tech and I don't really know what a bridge is, why there should be just one DHCP server, or what the difference is between a bridge and an access point.
If this is to difficult or not possible, what would you suggest to get on the wireless internet? I see many access point options but, I really do not know what these are used for.