802.11ac USB Adapter plugged into router Tags: Connectivity Wireless Router WiFi USB Adapter Wireless Networking Last response: January 26, 2013 3:14 AM in Wireless Networking Share macgeek January 25, 2013 8:59:36 PM If I plug an 802.11ac USB WiFi adapter into a wireless router like an Apple Airport Extreme, can the wireless router use that WiFi adapter and then be be able to use the 802.11ac WiFi standard in addition to the WiFi standards it can already use? More about : 802 11ac usb adapter plugged router Emerald January 26, 2013 3:14:24 AM short answer is NO Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumSo I have this router , and I need a USB wireless adapter ... ForumAn Internet Router Dilemma ForumNeed Enlightenment on Selecting the Right Router For My Needs ForumQuestion about 802.11ac network ForumIs my router dying? ForumRecommendation for New Wireless Adapter for Laptop ForumNewly build gaming desktop, cant get on internet asus p8z77-v lx ForumWhich Router should I buy? ForumHow to connect a new router to an old gateway? ForumFinally 802.11ac ForumUpgrading Wireless Network with many devices connected ForumInternet via USB adapter and local network via wired router ? ForumMy d-link router disconnects when two ethernet cables plugged in ForumMaximum Transfer Speed on Concurrent Dual Band Routers ForumI need help unlocking my boost moble zte n86009.11 model ForumHow to reset password for wireless d-link router ForumProvider "see" attached router ForumCan't connect 2.4ghz with netgear n600 wireless router ForumCan't connect to new router (partially) ForumLost Netgear wireless router cd More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !