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Connect a MIFI to a Linksys WRVS4400N to share the internet

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I have a Linksys WRVS4400N and I would like to connect it to a MIFI. The unit is the stand alone not USB. I have read several forms that a NETGEAR Universal N300 Wi-Fi to Ethernet Adapter (WNCE2001) would let me connect the two together. Has anyone done this?

I would rather not use Tomato or dd-wrt.

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You will need to setup the WNCE2001 using a PC; but, since it retains the wireless connection settings, it should work fine after you get it working: http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/WNCE2001/WNCE2001_IG_28JULY2010.pdf
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Connect the WNCE2001 to the WRVS4400N's WAN/Internet port if you want a separate subnet from the MiFi unit... or to one of the WRVS4400N's LAN ports (with the WRVS4400N's DHCP server disabled) if you want the MiFi unit to act as DHCP server and have clients that connect through the WRVS4400N's WiFi to be on the same subnet as other MiFi clients.
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