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wireless router in domain as access point?

Heeter

Overclocked Like A Mother
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Hey All,

I presently have a really good wireless router being used in a domain. This router is being used just as a firewall router as the Domain Controller is the DHCP/DNS server.

I was wondering if I can use the router as an AP controlled by the DC so I can use the laptops, or am I forced to buy a dedicated AP and hook it up to one of the switches in the network

The router is a Netgear FWG114P

Thanks,


Heeter
 

kcnychief

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Not really sure I understand what you are asking - what do you mean by using it as an AP controlled by the DC so you can use the laptops?
 

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