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    Actually, I haven't had any issues making changes to my wireless router via a wireless connection including wireless changes. The initial setup of the router must be made via a wired connection but you should be able to use either interface afterwards. Even in the unlikely event you somehow kill wireless, you can always use a wired connection to fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwitalka View Post
    Actually, I haven't had any issues making changes to my wireless router via a wireless connection including wireless changes. The initial setup of the router must be made via a wired connection but you should be able to use either interface afterwards. Even in the unlikely event you somehow kill wireless, you can always use a wired connection to fix it.

    Jerry
    This has been my experience, too.
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