Question about D-Link DI-624 Air Plus XtremeG Wireless 108G Router (790069250842)
Recently I got a flat screen TV with net card installed in it. I got wireless internet at home (3com) then I have a Dlink DI-514, which I would like to connect to the tv. Means I want Dlink get the signal from the other router, 3com and then I could plug a wire into the tv for streaming. How can I do it??
No, the router requires an Ethernet cable be plugged into the back of it to receive its Internet signal.
As far as I'm aware there are no consumer-grade routers that will pick up a wireless signal from another router and use that as the Internet source.
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