[asterisk-users] ATA with wireless client

Andrew Joakimsen joakimsen at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 12:58:22 MST 2006

The cheapest suggestion is to buy a Buffalo WHR-G54S, it is the same
as the GPL linksys routers, load the DD-WRT firmware and then you can
use it as a 5 port wireless Ethernet bridge, they cost less than USD

On 9/22/06, Brian Candler <B.Candler at pobox.com> wrote:
> Sorry, one other equipment query: does anyone know of an ATA with wireless
> hardware which can act as a *client* to another wireless network?
> The Linksys units have an integrated wireless access point, but I want
> something which will work as a client onto an existing wireless network - so
> you can install ATAs around a building without additional LAN cabling.
> An ATA with integrated Homeplug (powerline carrier networking) would be
> another option, but again I can't find such a thing.
> Any suggestions?
> Many thanks,
> Brian.
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