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Whats a good ethernet router that would support a USB wireless antenna?

By emoorekorea ·
I have a C. Crane USB antenna and I want to connect it to a ethernet router where I would then run CAT5 through my room. Any router suggestions?

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Mmm - CAT5 is a cable ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Whats a good ethernet rou ...

I don't quite understand what you are trying to achieve. If you intend to run wirelessly, why would you "then run CAT5 through my room." ??

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Deployed to Afghanistan

by emoorekorea In reply to Mmm - CAT5 is a cable ...

Im deployed and I live in a shipping container. Our local ISP only supports wireless. My C. Crane USB antenna is dual modes (station/ap) so my overall goal is to interface it to a ethernet router where I would than run cable through my room to eliminate usb wires on the floor of the room. Any suggestions on a router that will let me do this?

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Sorry - maybe another peer can understand...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Deployed to Afghanistan

I'm currently lost in translation.

*Strictly speaking, you don't require a router. You ought to be up and running with what you already have. The router will exist at the other end of the wireless connection, not at your end.


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