ahm! its kinda like this, i have a pocket wifi and a router that doesn't have a wifi. i want the wifi on my pocket wifi to be able to connect to my router. Is that even possible?I may be misunderstanding you but if you're getting WiFi out of your broadband appliance already, you don't need a router. If you do want to use a WiFi router, you're not going to be using the WiFi signal from the broadband appliance.
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The pocket wifi is, in part, a wireless router. It creates an infrastructure wireless network, which means that devices with the proper wireless capabilities connect to it. It does not connect via Wi-Fi to other devices. Since your router does not have Wi-Fi capability it cannot connect to a wireless network.i want the wifi on my pocket wifi to be able to connect to my router.
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