Can a Single Building-to-Building Bridge be used as a Single Access Point?

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by Alan, Oct 28, 2003.

  1. Alan

    Alan Guest

    Hi, New to the group..and so probably a dumb question :s

    I am getting a 3Com 3CRWE90096 Building-to-Building Bridge this weekend, and
    HOPEFULLY using it as an Access point..

    Present Condition:
    I am presently using a ADSL modem WiFi Router/Firewall/Gateway which is ok
    (but in a bad location due to telecom/wiring), but I wish to switch off the
    WiFi on the router, and Utilise the 3Com in a better location as the Main
    Access Point (with omni antenna) so as the WiFi network can access the LAN
    and Internet.


    Question:
    Can I use it as a SINGLE Access Point?

    It states in the (downloaded PDF) that it requires another B2B to operate.

    Regards
    Alan
     
    Alan, Oct 28, 2003
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