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Wi-Fi Router for Local Network?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:04
That's pretty much all a consumer wireless router is for. Everything you connect to it will be on one subnet and will be able to communicate as needed.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:05
Do NOT get a router unless you are using it to connect to the Internet. It will cause a lot of prolems. ou need a network switch. And parallel computing is a disaster over wireless. If you are going to mess with parallel you need to understand networking so you will be better off manually setting IP configurations.
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 20:44
Yes a router will work. Just don't configure the WAN connection. It will work for connecting wireless devices together. I would pick a fast router though if you have a lot of devices to connect. See our article below to help you select a router. We recommend the ASUS RT-N66U for most people as it is both powerful and fast However, parallel computing over wifi sounds like a lot of data going over the network which almost certainly would be better cabled. Also setting these devices with a static IP rather than relying on DHCP would be a good idea for you. http://www.computergeeks2go.com/101guides/3-things-to-know-when-choosing-a-wireless-router/

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