Access Point

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I haveĀ 2 routers, how can i do an access point?

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It depends on the routers that you have. If one is wireless, it will function well on its own, but if you need the second one to extend the wireless range, you need to make sure that router will support access point mode. Most routers do not have the functionality to become access points, so you will need to check with the manufacturer.

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  • Dchat
    These two articles may help. http://www.home-network-help.com/wireless-router-as-access-point.html http://www.computing.net/answers/networking/help-with-setting-up-router-as-access-point/37803.html
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    cannot find my access point and packet data settings
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