Yeah, so let's hear about how your home network works. Because mine is pretty badass.
Except for the dial-up connection. Which is where I'll start.
The dialup comes into my dual-monitor desktop, which then connects to my laptop via a CAT5 cable. 100mbps thoroughput. So, then, I've got integrated wireless on the laptop which I use to connect (ad-hoc) to my pocket PC, which now has a wireless CF card in it. By bridging the wifi and the ethernet connections, I get internet on the pocket pc, and can chill on AIM in the kitchen with no other computers around.
My network could get more badass if i busted out my old school laptop with it's wireless card. Also, I'm planning on setting up my dad's laptop downstairs to connect to the net through my desktop so that he doesn't kick me offline everytime he wants to use the internet.
Well, I actually feel like a total geek now, but, whatever. So post yours!
Phunkin Phatt Phreerider