Wireless gear that will *bridge* my existing wired network
I have this old Pentium PC sitting in the corner of the garage.
The garage has no ethernet cabling.
I would like to keep the PC in the garage and
connect it to the home LAN to read emails, etc.
The PC has no free PCI slots or USB ports.
But it has a RJ-45 LAN card.
I have a broadband connection inside the house
with firewall, router, switch, etc.
I do not have any wireless gear in the house.
I understand that I can get some external wireless bridging gear that:
a. Base unit - Can plug into my existing (non-wireless) router with
a RJ-45 cable to provide a wireless signal.
b. Another external unit can connect to this PC via its RJ-45 cable.
Sort of like a wireless network adapter that connects directly to any ethernet PC.
So the configuration would be something like:
Firewall<->NonWirelessRouter<->someWirelessEthernetAdapter ~~~~ someOtherWirelessEthernetAdapter<->EthernetPC
Can you suggest any such Wireless gear (pair) that can bridge my existing wired network?