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I would like to know if it if possible to add a Zoom ADSL X6 Router to an existing network connection. I have a wireless modem on one side of the house, and a 3com wireless bridge on the other side. Unfortunately, only the Bridge is the only device powerful enough to get a strong connection and the Zoom router cannot function as a wireless bridge. I want to somehow connect the Zoom router to the 3com bridge so I can use my other devices through that. Would I be able to do this?

Thanks for any help.
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