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ADSL Modem Router

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big_rich    0

Hi,

A friend of mine has has a cable connection to the internet and at the moment they have a wired connection to the cable modem. Problem is, they don't like having wires running everywhere!

They happened to mention they have a wireless ADSL Modem Router from when they lived elsewhere, so i was just wondering if there was any way that that could be used to share the connection wirelessly? Could the modem part be disabled? If so, how?

It's a bit of a long-shot and they'll probably have to buy a wireless router, but just thought i'd ask.

Cheers,

Rich

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+BudMan    3,720

http://www.dslwebserver.com/

How to Use a Wireless Router as a Wireless Access Point

Very simple - in a nutshell turn off dhcp, make sure its lan IP address does not conflict and your good to go.

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