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Posted on 12-01-08 20:40
i need some wi-fi transmitter, e.g. i plug-in the RJ-45 connector into it, then it will start transmitting, so i can get signal from notebook. Not router, only transmitter. How is this called? Thanks.




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Posted on 12-01-08 21:09
Need a little more info on what your looking for. Cause I have no Fuckin' idea what your talking about. It won't pick up your router?


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Posted on 13-01-08 20:43
no, i have a server rack with rj-45 outputs, and i need something that i can plug in into rj-45, and it can also be used as wi-fi transmitter. it will not allow me to connect the router, becouse router must be configured first and i can't configure it twice. the server is main "router" i will prefer some switch but i don't know how it is called.


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Posted on 13-01-08 21:01
Sounds like you're looking for "Wireless Access Point", but you'd need a crossover cable to connect it directly to the server's Ethernet port.



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Posted on 17-01-08 06:58
thanks, thats it.