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    Disabling a wireless router

    Okay I am going to be living in a rented house at school next semester. In this house the guy that owns it made it totally wired. There is a router I don't have physical access to in the basement. I'd really like to have a wireless connection in my room. Each room is connected to this router and this router is the internet connection for the house. I saw a netgear router on amazon for cheap. I was wondering if anyone knew anything about this. I know you can't daisy chain two routers. Can the router function be disabled and have the wireless part still work?

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    why not just get an accesspoint?

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    Hit the nail on the head Jason. Wireless AP's are nice.....I just dont like the fact that I keep losing connections from mine(the connection comes and goes) And I am 15 ft away max. from my AP....

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    Access points are really expensive. The only ones I've seen are around 100 dollars, looked at googlegear and newegg. Are there any places that have cheaper ones?

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    Sweet thanks.

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