Thanks for the reply Dwayne. I can assign the IP Address manually on the m32 that should take care of that problem. Can you think of any outher reason it might not work.I hate to spend money on something that wont work and then have to spend more. Thanks Charles.
I understand a router serves three funtions; to connect to the internet ( I dont need ), to set the I P adress ( I dont need ), and to serve as an access point to recive signal from a wireless source ( I do need ). My question, Is there any reason I can't just use something like the Ubiquiti Access Point to connect my I Pad to my m32 or does the router serve some outher function that I'm missing? Thanks for any advice you can give. Thanks, Charles.