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I have cable internet at my home as well as Clearwire wireless that I use for work, but take home with me on nights/weekends. Is there a way I can add the Clearwire to my home network to increase available bandwidth?
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You cannot slave them together if that is what you are asking. They would both need to be listed as Gateway and to my knowledge you cannot do this with a residential router.
I believe the best you could do would be to use the Clearwire and let your family have the cable to surf\game with.
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