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Access point failure

Can i setup the tew 630apb to run without the ethernet connection to transmit the signal wirelessly from the linksys router thru the trendnet ap to another building?

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Unfortunately cyber this does not have a mode or option to act as a repeater .I have check their website and check the specification of the device..You may want to get the WAP54g from Linksys as well for it has that option (act as a wireless repeater) or get the WRE54G wireless extender or repater for Linksys router.

Hope this was informative.

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