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'pcwrt 802.11ac gigabit dual band secure wifi router' allow for bridging

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    bludgett
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    Does the ‘pcwrt 802.11ac gigabit dual band secure wifi router’ allow for bridging? meaning, using existing wi-fi and connecting via Ethernet ports?

    I have some devices that are only Ethernet wired and I’m looking for a wifi router that has access control and I’m interested in buying this unit but need to know if I can use it as a ‘bridge’ or Access Point/repeater (not sure what it is called).

    Thanks!

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    support
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    Our router has to run as a router so that access control works. You can attach another router in bridge mode to pcWRT, or connect a WiFi extender to it. Access control works for devices behind the bridged router or WiFi extender.

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