Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRE54G Repeater
I have a WGPPS606 and I use the Ethernet ports on it. That works great. I have a 614 I am not using, and rather than buy another box, is there any way to use the 614 as a wireless hub?
The netgear web site has instructions on how to convert a 614 to an access point. You can use 3 of the 4 ports as a switch and the 4th port is you physical link back to the network. The WAN port is not used.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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