I have a Verizon Jetpack (mobile 4G hotspot). It creates a wireless network, but the device has no Ethernet jack on it. I'd like to use a VOIP phone over the Verizon network, but I first have to convert the wireless signal into a wired one (the handset requires a wired connection). I also happen to have one of these devices lying around unused at the moment:
In case you don't want to click on the link, it's an ASUS RT-N12/B Wireless-N 300 home router. It supports DD-WRT, although it doesn't come with DD-WRT installed. Can I use the ASUS device to convert the Verizon wireless signal into a wired one? If so, how?
I'm not really a networking guy, so if someone can point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it.