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    Using Verizon MIFI 2200 to put my network online

    I am looking to use a MIFI 2200 to connect my home network to the internet. Right now I am using a standard DSL modem with no problems. I want to replace the DSL modem with the MIFI 2200 (wireless access point) unit. The router that I am using is a Netgear WPN824 V3 "Rangemax". Is there a way to make the MIFI "see" the router thereby giving the entire network access to the Internet?

    Chuck

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    Connecting My desktops to Verizon 4G LTE

    Jerry,
    I am not computer-savy enough to change the router firmware and according to dd-wrt my router (Netgear wpn824) is not compatible with their firmware anyway but thanks for your suggestion.

    I have a new problem anyway...

    My ultimate goal would be to equip all three of my home computers on my home network to receive the Internet via a wireless access point.

    I purchased a Verizon 4G LTE wireless access point. It works great with my wireless equipped laptop. Much faster than the old 3G unit. So I purchased a Netgear WNDA 3100 wireless adapter for my Desktop thinking that I could access the 4G unit and get to the internet with it. No such luck!!! The adapter sees the 4G unit but will not get to the internet with it.
    I should mention that I disconnected my DSL line during this test.

    After 2 hours on the phone with them, I am told by Netgear Tech Support that I might try a netgear WNCE 2001. I wanted to find out if anyone has tried this setup before I buy one and also if the 2 year old Netgear wireless router could be the problem.

    Thanks in advance...

    Chuck

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