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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.

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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