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yes but you would have two different sets of ethernet addresses as the second one would use dhcp to generate the address base. if you are just looking to expand the number of ports the you will nee an ethernet switch ( much cheaper) i use a 16 port one here at home and its full!
By Mike on 30 September 2014
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Im also on talk talk and the answer is YES. Just plug it in, connect it up and set the router to be configured by DHCP.
By Richard Kelly on 15 April 2015
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Yes you can.
By Paul Davey on 01 October 2014
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You need to put custom firmware on it for this but yes it's possible
By JACK on 12 September 2016
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No issues. Make sure you've set up WPA2 security, are not inadvertently in caps. You can also disable the network card (network sharing center-> Adapters) and re-enable it. I've been using W10 for a while now and have not had a single connectivity issue, so it's got to be the network adapter or how you've set up the ro… see more No issues. Make sure you've set up WPA2 security, are not inadvertently in caps. You can also disable the network card (network sharing center-> Adapters) and re-enable it. I've been using W10 for a while now and have not had a single connectivity issue, so it's got to be the network adapter or how you've set up the router. If you can't connect to the wifi anymore, use a network cable to plug in directly so you can check the configuration. see less No issues. Make sure you've set up WPA2 security, are not inadvertently in caps. You can also disable the network card (network sharing center-> Adapters) and re-enable it. I've been using W10 for a while now and have not had a single connectivity issue, so it's got to be the network adapter or how you've set up the router. If you can't connect to the wifi anymore, use a network cable to plug in directly so you can check the configuration.
By Rendition on 22 December 2015
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I am using it as a secondary router with IPVanish as my VPN provider. I had to flash it to use Tomato though as IPV uses OpenVPN.
By Rob on 31 August 2016
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The AC1200 most certainly does. But that cost me twice the price of the N600. Their are 2 pictures of the rear of the router. I believe the one showing a USB is the 1200. The one without is a 600. Nowhere in the spec does the 600 mention a USB. Regarding Linksys in general the 1200 is a brilliant piece of kit. … see more The AC1200 most certainly does. But that cost me twice the price of the N600. Their are 2 pictures of the rear of the router. I believe the one showing a USB is the 1200. The one without is a 600. Nowhere in the spec does the 600 mention a USB. Regarding Linksys in general the 1200 is a brilliant piece of kit. We have 20 WiFi items in the house (4 tablets, 3 mobiles, 3 Sonos speakers, Samsung UHD TV, PS4 to name heavy users) and the Linksys never misses a beat feeding them all sometimes all at once ! If you 'need' that USB then shell out the extra pounds. see less The AC1200 most certainly does. But that cost me twice the price of the N600. Their are 2 pictures of the rear of the router. I believe the one showing a USB is the 1200. The one without is a 600. Nowhere in the spec does the 600 mention a USB. Regarding Linksys in general the 1200 is a brilliant piece of kit. We have 20 WiFi items in the house (4 tablets, 3 mobiles, 3 Sonos speakers, Samsung UHD TV, PS4 to name heavy users) and the Linksys never misses a beat feeding them all sometimes all at once ! If you 'need' that USB then shell out the extra pounds.
By J. Messenger on 07 November 2017
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Further to my previous response, I have looked at the link, and it gives all the information you need to enter 'bridge mode'. Sothe answer to your original question is yes. Incidently, this was a best buy in Which? Magazine earlier this year.
By JP on 12 September 2016
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I have used with a mix of TP-Link and zyxel powerling adapaters to take the internet to the back of my TV, NAS etc. All works with no issues. Use them for streaming with NowTV also
By Joe P on 20 January 2016