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Adding wireless to internet provided by building owners

May 2, 2012 at 02:04:37
Specs: Windows XP

Background info:
We are leasing an office space from a building that has it's own network center. This center can be used by each office/company to either house their own networking solutions or utilize their internet access if you plan only to use cloud servers or NAS servers. Our company (4 employees) is using this network center only for internet access with all of our data stored and accessed in our cloud service.

We would like to access the internet wirelessly, which building does not provide. We were given one port and shared the link through the use of a switch. So my questions is would an access point add wireless connectivity without any information (ISP?) provided by the network center? I am not sure yet if we will be purchasing a router/AP or device made for to be used as an AP.

Thanks in advance.


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May 2, 2012 at 04:33:53

Yeah, sure, no problem. Get a wireless router, change the subnet and gateway. Good to go.

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