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Third party 802.11n router behind the RG?

Any problem with putting a Cisco (Linksys) 802.11n router behind the RG and turning off the wireless in the RG?

 

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Any problem with putting a Cisco (Linksys) 802.11n router behind the RG and turning off the wireless in the RG?

 

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You can set it up as a router, or if you just want the 802.11n access without the additional router functionality, you can configure it to act as an access point:

 

Access Point: see post 13 in this thread

Router: see post 2 in this thread

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Hi @MBinEbay ,

 

There is definitely no problem with it, as that is the way I have it setup. If you do have any issues with the configurations, let us know what issues you are encountering, and we will be glad to help.

 

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Hi @MBinEbay ,

 

There is definitely no problem with it, as that is the way I have it setup. If you do have any issues with the configurations, let us know what issues you are encountering, and we will be glad to help.

 

-David T

If you encounter any issues with your service or equipment, I recommend checking out our Troubleshoot & Resolve solutions to help diagnose the issue.
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You can set it up as a router, or if you just want the 802.11n access without the additional router functionality, you can configure it to act as an access point:

 

Access Point: see post 13 in this thread

Router: see post 2 in this thread

You can set it up as a router, or if you just want the 802.11n access without the additional router functionality, you can configure it to act as an access point:

 

Access Point: see post 13 in this thread

Router: see post 2 in this thread

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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Great.  Thanks for the confirmation!

Great.  Thanks for the confirmation!

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Thanks tp JefferMC as well for the additional links!

Thanks tp JefferMC as well for the additional links!

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