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Old 12-02-2012, 13:30   #16
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Re: Wireless

Its a Modem Router, But it says in the manual you can use it as an access point
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Okay you could use it as an access point but you wouldn't be able to configure it when you done it
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Okay you could use it as an access point but you wouldn't be able to configure it when you done it
im not bothered about that so long as i can get wireless in my workshop.

if im in the workshop and I need to check a video tutorial on something i'm working on, i need to be able to access it while im down there.

According to this Buffalo N150 I can do that, but I have no way of doing it with my knowledge of networking, Im a total "Noob" when it comes to networks.
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Old 14-02-2012, 20:22   #19
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Re: Wireless

Woundn't it be easier to run a CAT5 cable down there?
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