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 Can a wireless router be used as a network bridge?

Answer A network bridge connects two or more networks to a local area network (LAN). Rather than having a room hardwired, a wireless router can be used to connect one network to another through airwaves t... Read More »
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Is there a way to use my router as i wireless network bridge?

Buy a proper wireless repeater or range extender. It only needs power and will then relay signal to further places. A router will not do this as it will try to send all your outbound traffic throug... Read More »
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How do I add a wireless router to an existing wired home network router?

Disconnect Wired RouterDisconnect the wired router. Remove its power source, then pull all Ethernet wires out from the slots on the back. Keep these wires in the same order for when you connect the... Read More »
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Can I use a wireless router to connect a PC (no Wireless Adapter) to a wireless network?

I understand what you are trying to do.Most routers can not be used this way.For some routers (e.g., older LinkSys WRT54G models) you can find third-party alternative firmware (e.g. DDWRT). This a... Read More »
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Will a wireless n network card work with a wireless g router?

Wireless N devices are backwards compatible with G devices; therefore, a wireless N network card will work with a wireless G router. However, the transfer speed will be slowed to that of the wirele... Read More »
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