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Telus Boost as Access Point in Detached Building

jhawkings
Neighbour

Can the Telus Boost act as an access point (AP) connected through a switch in a detached building with a hard ethernet connection (approximately 100' of Cat6) to the T3200 router in the main residence?  The information seems to suggest the Boost requires 2 units to function. If the answer is no or if it is not an ideal AP, will other brand AP's compatible with the Telus home network?

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NFtoBC
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Yes, a single Boost device will work in the manner you describe. Just remember, a Boost device will not transfer Optik TV signal, but you would have the ethernet if needed.

 

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NFtoBC
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Yes, a single Boost device will work in the manner you describe. Just remember, a Boost device will not transfer Optik TV signal, but you would have the ethernet if needed.

 

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