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Can you use a regular Linksys wireless G router with a T-1 line

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I have a T-1 connection and was wondering if I can use a regular Linksys Wireless G router (the same as I use for my cable high speed connection) or if I need a higher level router.  If so, any recommendations?  
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Is there anything else required with these routers for a wireless network or is this it?  
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You could "convert" your Linksys Wireless router into an access-point by disabling the DHCP server and by not using the "Internet" port, simply plug one of the LAN ports into the LAN segment off the 1841 router.
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I would have thought this would at least merit a split . . .
I did answer your original question
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Yeah, I agree, lrmoore answered the original question.  If anything, at the most, I deserve a minor assist with minimal points.
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Sorry, i didn't realize I got answers from 2 people.
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Thank you!
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