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comment 802.11n router supporting 802.11n as WAN connection?
Basically I have a site 300' in width. The DSL modem and main WLAN router is on one side. I want wifi access across the whole site. They are no power outlets for about 150' in the middle. So I'm trying to have a WLAN towards the middle of the site to provide full coverage. I thought having a WLAN router in the middle would be a possible solution. The middle router would connect to the original for its WLAN and devices could also connect to it for wifi.
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comment 802.11n router supporting 802.11n as WAN connection?
I also want users to be able to connect wirelessly to router B with WPA security. So essentially router B would be creating a 2nd wireless network. Are there such WLAN routers that can be both in client and server mode? Which ones?
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