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Hi, i have a bt home hub as my main modem/router, and i have run an ether connection from this to another building so that i can have wireless in the new building, can i connect my 2wire bt2700hgv to this ethernet connection and use it wireless, if so how and what settings do i need to use. Thanx, Damo

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You need not do any specific settings. The 2wire should be a plug & play. Hence it should work fine.

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