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I want to set up a wireless connection in a office that already has a router (not wireless). The way I was thinking about was to set up my old Netgear wireless router as wireless only so there would be 2 routers 1 hard wire and the Netgear wireless . I'm thinking plug the wireless router in into a internet outlet somewhere in the office configure the wireless part and should be all. My other thought was, I don't want this to the mess up any settings on the original router, so before i do this i wanted to check it out with someone else. Thanks!
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It is possible, here is a link to where they explain how and other options.


Edited by Alzeimer, 23 December 2010 - 04:29 AM.

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