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Yes, access point option is for you.
19 Sep 2014 by Pavel K.
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Yes, you can connect an ethernet cable between this and the sky box and use it to connect to a wireless network.
23 Sep 2014 by Raj
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Not as far as I can see. Mine is situated some 25 metres away from the router in a different building with its own electricity supply within our works premises and it works perfectly. I hope this answers your question.
7 Mar 2014 by Mr Peter Clarke
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Yes it is. I use mine as a wifi booster as well as supplying Ethernet connections to my sky box and DVD
22 Nov 2014 by R Handley
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Mostly every hotel provides a LAN socket without password request. Just connect the TeckNet with it and you will have a wifi network. Is it that what you need to know?
27 Aug 2014 by MattBoetcher
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Yes, and it will choose the same channel by default when setting it up initially. Do check the IP range first, that it falls within the main router/modem IP range. I didn't and I had to reset the whole thing in order to get into it again once it had rebooted into repeater mode.
22 Nov 2014 by U E ABERG
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I have it plugged to the wall. I don't know if the "extension lead" option works....sorry
26 Nov 2014 by Barbara
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I've hard wired it on my smart TV and my tivo box and it works fine. I'm not sure about what your suggesting good luck.
26 Nov 2014 by Amazon Customer
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Not enough detail here, is this your user name and password for the wireless setup or the user name and password for the TeckNet device?? If it is for the device you can use the CD that comes with it to put the settings in for your Wireless, then all you have to do is enter your Wireless details in.
20 Nov 2014 by Michael Laight
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