What happens when you have too many wi-fi devices connected to the wireless router?

Answer Depends on the router. Some are hard coded to only allow "x" number of IP addressees behind their NAT. Some aren't.Bottom line, $75 consumer routers don't have very much memory or a very powerful... Read More »

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How are wireless devices connected?

Via low powered RF. Each device needs to be paired to avoid interference with like devices. Most operate around the 2.4GHz frequency range and have an operational radius of about 10 meters.

I have an Ewire BT Broadband Router with 2 PC's connected via Ethernet. Can i also run the wireless facility?