02-26-2012 03:40 PM - edited 02-26-2012 03:42 PM
i need i suggestion for my problem.
I'm using a router WAG320N in my home but now i need to expand my lan with another ports and wireless coverage.
In a wired point (connect directly to the router) i need 3 ehternet ports and a repetear of a wireless signal.
The optimal solution woulb be a switch gigabit with an integrated acces point, but I understand that there is no such thing...
So going to buyng the switch SE2500 and the AP WAP610N... but then I realized the existence of the bridge WES610N!
But the information on the linksys italian site is not enough and the relative page does not works... i need to now if this object can take a wired lan replicate it in 3 ports and expand the wireless network of my router.
Someone can help me?
Thanks for the response and sorry for my english.
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02-26-2012 09:36 PM
02-27-2012 08:01 AM
Really? So i can buy for example an E2000 ed configure it like a combination of a switich and AP?
Please sorry for this question, but now i use a netgear router (my old router) configure as i can (for the router) to work in this way, but the result it's not good...
If i buy the E2000 ruoter i can spend less money and i have only one object, only one power supply etc etc... so it's a optimal solution for me, but i want to be sure that what i buy this time works how i need!
Thanks... and sorry for my english.
02-27-2012 10:43 AM
02-27-2012 03:27 PM
Is there a way to know if the E2000 support the bridge mode? I trying to read, for example, the specifics of the E4200 to know if is specified that the router support the bridge mode, but neither for it there is any word about...
Thanks a lot for you help!!!
02-27-2012 09:23 PM