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Hubstation Ethernet to Wifi sonofthesand Jan 30th, 12, 11:52 AM #1

Hi guys,
Please guide me how can I convert the Hubstation Ethernet to Wifi. Is it possible not to use a router? Was looking for something that can use the USB of the hubstation to power up.

I was also looking at this:
Netgear WNCE2001
Wnce2001

But not sure if this is the device that is applicable.:s11:


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decker23 Feb 17th, 12, 03:41 AM #2
u need a router to share internet else no device to do NAT. unless u want to do 1-1 wifi which is imho quite imba
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sonofthesand Feb 17th, 12, 07:32 AM #3
Actually I got my answer in another forum. I could simply get a TP Link pocket /travel router which can be set as an access point. It also powered by USB, small n cheap
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