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How do I configure a Sonicwall router (NSA 220W) to use a Netgear wireless router for WiFi instead of the built-in wireless?

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Our network has a Sonicwall router NSA 220W connected to Cisco unmanaged switches but the wireless signal is horrible. How would I configure the NSA 220W to use another wireless router to provide the WiFi for the office. I have a netgear wifi router that used to give us a strong WiFi signal for this. Thanks for the help.

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