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Old August 12th, 2011, 10:46 AM   #324 (permalink)
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personally i would advise against that and directly connect the airvana using a wired Cat5 (ethernet) cable to the main router. frys electronics has Cat5e cables in large lengths for super cheap.


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Originally Posted by cnvrtble98 View Post
thanks for the reply. Do you think the Airave would work if I got another dd-wrt router and used it in bridge mode? That way I could put the Airave really close to a window. Just not sure how the Airave would work on that side of a Wireless N Router.
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