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Is my Access Point an Extender?
I've been looking online and on the level1 website for a few days now, and then realized there may be a forum for questions just like mine . So here goes:
I need a wireless extender; my house has weird edges and so my wireless router doesn't go everywhere. I don't want to wire network cables and I can't use the phone or electricity line (unfortunately, not easily available here in Israel) so I have been looking for an extender.
I think I found one, but I'm not sure. A store nearby sells the Level1 Wireless Access Point (WAP 0006), so I bought one. I decided to skim the manual online before opening (so I could return it without hassles), which is available here (warning, PDF link).
I can't figure out for the life of me if this thing will function as an Extender or only has some weird Bridge/Univesal Repeater functionality which has nothing to do with what I need.
Does anyone with a bit more experience than me (which isn't hard) have any advice? Is this what I'm looking for? Should I open the box or return it?
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