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Easy to set up and does its job perfectly. WiFi to wired ethernet in seconds.
on October 1, 2015
I have a cellular internet hub (AT&T). I wanted to use it to reach various Internet-connected devices in my RV. I had a combination of wired and WiFi devices (laptops, DirecTV receivers, etc). I purchased a wireless router that would handle everything. The problem was finding a way to get the cellular hub connected to the router. The router needs an ethernet cable to get the Internet. This is the standard way your home system works. So the problem was to make a WiFi connection to the cellular hub and convert it into a wired ethernet connection. The Linksys WES610N-4 is the device that does the job.
Setting it up is really simple. Just connect the WES610N to your wireless router. Then power up the device and your cellular hub. You will find a way to connect to a WiFi device to your hub, generally a button to touch. Press the button on the Linksys and do the same on your hub. The devices will connect. Voila! You are done! You can connect wired devices to the 4 ports on the WES610N.
This works perfectly. I have been using it for months with no problems at all. It's worth every penny if you need a way to connect wired ethernet devices to a WiFi network.