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How do I go from a CAT6 socket to a wifi zone?


johnnyrainbows

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I have just moved into university accommodation and we have been provided with what i think is a Cat6 socket. I can currently use it to connect to the internet on my PC, but I want to be able to have Wifi in order to connect mobile devices without an ethernet port. Is there a way of doing this?

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onthelimit1

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You'd have to use a WiFi access point, such as this example.

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