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August 3, 2004 9:20:10 AM

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I was wondering. Does anyone know that if you are using
the MN-700 as a access point if you can use the 4
Ethernet ports on it?

Thanks.

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August 3, 2004 12:01:26 PM

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THey act as a switch that is bridged to a wireless connection.

Thomas wrote:

> I was wondering. Does anyone know that if you are using
> the MN-700 as a access point if you can use the 4
> Ethernet ports on it?
>
> Thanks.
August 3, 2004 12:01:27 PM

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so you can use the built in ethernet ports on the back of
the router even though you have it set as an access point?

>-----Original Message-----
>THey act as a switch that is bridged to a wireless
connection.
>
>Thomas wrote:
>
>> I was wondering. Does anyone know that if you are
using
>> the MN-700 as a access point if you can use the 4
>> Ethernet ports on it?
>>
>> Thanks.
>
>.
>
August 3, 2004 8:56:47 PM

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Yes.

thomas wrote:
> so you can use the built in ethernet ports on the back of
> the router even though you have it set as an access point?
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>THey act as a switch that is bridged to a wireless
>
> connection.
>
>>Thomas wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I was wondering. Does anyone know that if you are
>
> using
>
>>>the MN-700 as a access point if you can use the 4
>>>Ethernet ports on it?
>>>
>>>Thanks.
>>
>>.
>>
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