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Wifi To Ethernet

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#1 LilRedHairedGirl2017


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 08:11 PM

Hello! I have a TMobile Hotspot I use for work at home. I am needing to obtain a wired connection from this hotspot...is this possible? THE hotspot (Alcatel LINKZONE 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot) is a component with a plug from the device to a USB at the end and that's it. I will be connecting thru a Cisco router to a Dell laptop. The reason I need the Ethernet connection is because I will also have a connection from the Cisco router to a phone (Avaya).

I have read some info on hooking up a bridge, but not quite sure of what I need to be purchasing if this is possible. I would simply swap ISP to get a cable connection, but I am in a very rural area and have few options.

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#2 JohnC_21


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Posted 11 August 2017 - 09:17 PM

I don't believe it's possible from looking at the manual. A similar question was asked at the T-mobile support page. You may get a better answer from the T-mobile support forum.



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