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Old 06-February-2010, 17:51
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Default Is it possible to convert 2701 HG-G into a wireless bridge?

Is it possible to convert 2701 HG-G into a wireless bridge?

My ISP is Bell (using 2701 HG-G) and also have another Identical Modem/Router (2701 HG-G) which I would like to convert to a wireless bridge.

I am a novice, and a step by step instruction will be greately appreciated. Thank you!
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