General Networking/Lan/Wan/Wireless network options


Jeff K wrote at 2013-11-23 02:36:30
Hi, I'm Jeff K, one of the experts here.  Yes this can be done

Another way is to use a 3rd party firmware on a wireless router - like DD-WRT, which allows you to configure a wireless router to use Wireless for the WAN.  You can install dd-wrt yourself or buy a router that already has it installed for you.

You still must know the passcode for that router but then you can have a home network that talks to that router, and then have various stuff talking to your router, wireless or wired - and the router will handle things from there.

I hope this helps!


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