Can I distribute a wifi internet connection via wireless router to PCs connected to it by ethernet? I'm setting up an ad-hoc LAN in a test facility. The facility has a wireless guest network: on a laptop, connect to the network, open a browser, enter your guest id and password into the authentication page and get access to the web. I've got two PCs in this facilities current setup as a two PC LAN on a bog standard Linksys BEFSR41 wired router, so they can share data between each other. If I replaced that wired router with a wireless router, could I use the router to distribute the wifi web access to the two wired PCs? Or is it necessary to put a wifi card into a PC and set it up as an ICS host for LAN? I need to replace the router anyway -- I bought a 10/100 router and I found need a Gigabit LAN -- and we want to give these PCs web access. I'd like to kill two birds with one stone by replacing the 10/100 wired router with a 10/100/1000 wireless-n router. I'm out of my depth on this type of networking, so any guidance is appreciated!