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 Does a wireless router replace our existing wired Internet?

Answer On One Hand: Greater MobilityUsing a wireless network means you are able to free yourself from a desk. You can work anywhere you like and do not have to worry about running cables to your new work ... 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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How do I add a wireless router to an existing wired home network?

Connect the wireless router to the wired router by attaching a cable from the outgoing port of the wired router to the WAN port of the wireless router.Assign an IP address to the wireless router on... Read More »
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Does wireless internet completely replace wired internet in the future?

It's really hard to say, but I would like it to happen, then we could use Internet everywhere at a cheaper cost.
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Can a wireless router be connected to a wired router to make a wireless connection?

connect one of the ports (NOT the WAN) on the back of your wireless router to the wall jack the Landlord has setup. Make sure your router is set to a different IP range compared to the Landlords r... Read More »
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