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Windows System Administrator for over 10 years


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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
Both answers are great. Ultimately "accepted" this answer because it uses the equipment I listed. Still not sure which way I'm gonna try because they both look good.
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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
Simon, I like this answer & it was hard to choose which one to "give credit" to but ultimately I went with @Bort answer because it used the equipment I listed. Still not sure which one I'm gonna go with but I thought it was fair to let you know. Thanks for the info. (I did +1 your original answer)
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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
Thanks for the clarrification!
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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
+1 this is looking even better now. Can this be used with a router instead of directly from the PCs? The ones I'm looking at keep saying compatible with Windows only (which I run), but I would prefer to connect them via the router instead of directly to the PC if possible.
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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
+1 I think this is what I need. My understanding is that once this is done it will forever be a "wired" router as far as clients are concerned. correct?
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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
I've tried this on another (older) router before, but it "hung" during the process eventually forcing me to hard boot it several hours later, and something must have "broke" because it never worked after that. (as directions said if you didnt follow directions and that forced boot happened before I was supposed to reboot it)
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comment Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?
I've never used this setup, but my understanding of it was that it could receive interference if you have a lot of electrical equipment plugged in. (I do). The term "Home Office" may have been slightly misleading since these computers are used for a LOT of gaming as well. Wireless worked fine for them in the past but I'm not sure that they would handle the interference well.
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asked Can I connect my router wirelessly to Uverse?