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Old 04-21-2005, 11:45 AM   #1
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Question Wireless router and access point

I currently have my cable modem hooked up to my 802.11b D-Link Wireless router, and I have an ethernet cable running to my computer. I have another computer and a ps2 in the back of my house, and I wanted to know if I could put a wireless access point back there, and hook up a 4 port hub, and access my existing wireless network. If this is possible please let me know, and what kind of capabilities will the access point need to work. Thanks.
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Default Re: Wireless router and access point

Yes, I believe it is possible. Instead of a access point I think you would be needing a wireless bridge. http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/reviews/C...le.php/1556941

If your interested, here is a link with information on wireless access points and bridges. http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/tutorials...le.php/1563991
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Thanks. I just bought a wireless bridge.
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