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RBerry66
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I need help bridging from WiFi to landline

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HP Pavilion p7-1000 Desktop PC series

My computer is set up on Wi-Fi. To be able to "work from home" I need the computer to show landline but cannot get actual landline here as I live in an RV park. I bought a Vonets 300Mbps Mini with bridge capability. I do not understand computer lingo and I am having trouble. Can someone please help me?

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KingOP
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The bridging deals with going from wireless to bluetooth or to ethernet to router on a land line. you can go to LifeWire for an explanation of bridging and how to do it. What you have is actually a wireless repeater and booster to pick up wi-fi hotspots.

Here is LifeWire's url: https://www.lifewire.com/wireless-bridging-explained-816563

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