[olug] Wireless bridge

Sam Tetherow tetherow at shwisp.net
Fri May 15 21:31:54 UTC 2009

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Abraham Serafino wrote:
> Yes, that's my device. And I was rather hoping to do pretty much exactly
> that, minus hub. Couldn't I just plug my non-wireless devices (my desktop
> computer) straight into the CB3000?
> As has probably become painfully obvious, I don't know too much about
> networking, so I'm trying to use this as an opportunity to learn how to plug
> things into each other. I realize there are several alternatives to getting
> my desktop onto my wireless network, including- as a last resort- stretching
> a 10 meter ethernet cable upstairs to my WAP, which does have a few spare
> RJ-45 ports- but I want to try and mess around with several
> different alternatives and try to get them all working in turn. I figure
> that's the way to learn the most from this exercise.
> On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 1:51 PM, Dan Linder <dan at linder.org> wrote:
>> When you get home, confirm if the device listed at this URL is what you
>> have:
>> http://www.motorola.com/business/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=affee001f6616110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRCRD
>> If so, the we can really start to help. :-)
>> So, what is your ultimate goal with using this device?  From what I see, a
>> good use of this device would be to extend your network wireless-ly to a
>> remote room and put a switch/hub in that room for non-wireless devices to
>> plug into.  Is that your goal?
>> Dan
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