Do i need to put Enable Wireless Access Point if im not wanting to use wireless Tags: Wireless Wireless Access Routers Wireless Networking Last response: May 27, 2010 11:07 PM in Wireless Networking Share rabchap May 27, 2010 4:34:38 PM Hello, do i need to uncheck the enable wireless access point box so my router wont be wireless More about : put enable wireless access point wanting wireless Anonymous a b F Wireless May 27, 2010 11:07:19 PM That's the correct thing to do. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Do i need to put Enable Wireless Access Point if im not wanting to use wireless Forum Need help using old PC to manage wireless access point. Forum How can I use my W8 pc as also a wireless router/access point? Forum Can I use my desktop pc as a wireless hotspot/access point? Forum SolvedNeed help connecting 2nd wireless "access point" to existing network Forum Can i set up and use an extra wireless router as a access point without connecti Forum Can i use a netgear wireless card to access belkin wireless access point Forum SolvedNeed to connect 3 Access points wireless Forum Need a wireless access point for my PS3 Forum Use a linksys router as an wireless access point Forum How to use the wrt54g as a wireless access point Forum How best to use wireless router as access point Forum Can i use a belkin wireless card to access netgear wireless access point Forum Can I use an Access Point to receive Wifi signal, and distribute it wirelessly and wirely at the same time? Forum Need advice: Choosing wireless access point for xbox Forum Can I use a wireless router as an access point in other room Forum can you use a wireless repeater/access point in place of a.. Forum Can you use a wireless access point without a wired network? Forum can a wireless access point use an internal IP address? Forum I have wireless internet access and want to use internet on my 2010 Emerson HDTV HDMI tv, but is not a Smart tv. is there anyt Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !