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2013-01-14 04:50 AM
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2013-01-14 12:13 PM
fordem wrote: The golden rule for consumer networks is one network, one router - break it at your own risk.
If you have an existing network you wish to expand wirelessly, the correct device to use is a wireless access point - alternatively - you can replace the router in the existing network with w wireless router - OR - you can add a wireless router configured to function as an access point.
2013-01-14 12:36 PM
Good point. I bought the R6300 because it seemed be the best and fastest that Netgear had to offer and wanted to future proof myself. Do you know if it is possible to configure it as an access point? Sounds like exactly what I need.
I am not replacing my main router, it's a Peplink Balance 390 load balancing two internet connections.
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