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Wifi booster with ethernet input

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Do wifi boosters that allow an ethernet cable as an input exist anymore, i bought one around 5 years ago and its died and would like a replacement, or should i just get one that i plug into the wall? 

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47 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

You mean a router?

I think he's referring to an Wireless AP (Access Point).


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I don't think it's a wireless ap, just something you plug an ethernet that's connected to a router as well that a device can connect to wirelessly

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6 hours ago, vopos said:

I don't think it's a wireless ap, just something you plug an ethernet that's connected to a router as well that a device can connect to wirelessly

Why not just get a second router at that point?

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7 hours ago, vopos said:

I don't think it's a wireless ap, just something you plug an ethernet that's connected to a router as well that a device can connect to wirelessly

That's the definition of a Wireless Access Point, and they still exist. Some wireless extenders / boosters offer this feature, as do some routers - you just have to research the models available in your area to make sure it supports this functionality.


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