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Some advice please. I currently have a 4 way router wired in an outside office, 2 of these ways are used in the office and 2 are hard wired into the house. Is it possible to convert 1 of these wired connections in the house to a wireless connection? or even a wireless router?
If not why can you only have a wireless router at the first entry of your phone line? any advice to help me understand would be usefull
(the reason for the hard wired is the distance from the outdoors to indoors is too far for wireless to work around the house, but if I could use wired outside then use a wired feed inside then convert to wireless I could use wireless throughout the house)
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you mean to convert a regualer ethernet wired connection(rj45) to a wireless connection(like 802.11a/b/g)?
if so a wireless bridge should do fine.
like this for example is one
wireless bridge

Edited by RogueComGeek, 15 July 2005 - 05:20 PM.

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