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You probably actually have an MN-700 base station with an MN-710 adapter on
your computer. 8-) You could expand the LAN by adding another MN-700,
however that would need to be wired to the existing base station. It will
not serve as a true access point (receiving and sending, wirelessly). You
may want to look into other product brands for something like that.
"MarkUpNorth" <MarkUpNorth@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I am currently using a MN 710 as my wireless base router. The router is
> installed down in the basement where my home office is. The unit works
> down there, but the signal is poor up stairs.
> My question is, can I install another MN 710 up stairs connected to the
> first router via a ethernet cable to increase the range of my network?