wireless router as hub…

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I use a wireless internet connection in the next office over.  I have a router to connect 3 PCs in my office on a small wired net.  The router also has wireless capability.  Is it possible to use the wireless side of my router to link into the next router over, making mine just a hub and allowing my computers on the net that way?

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yes he si write first u select ur royter have capability to make bridge then it is possible u make it esily
first u make ur router Bridge and then give him same ip address range as u give previous router

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Most routers will not have this functionality. Look for a wireless ethernet bridge.

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Agreed.. most routers dont have the “wireless bridge” option, which is what you would need…

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Just be careful if that wireless network is someone else's. Running your business traffic over an untrusted connection can be bad for business for a lot of reasons - especially when it comes to someone else watching every single thing that's going to/from the Internet.
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