With CPE point-to-point, do I need a router on the client end, or does the client device do that?

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With CPE point-to-point, do I need a router on the client end, or does the client device do that?

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With CPE point-to-point, do I need a router on the client end, or does the client device do that?
With CPE point-to-point, do I need a router on the client end, or does the client device do that?
2022-05-14 15:44:49 - last edited 2022-05-16 02:15:28
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Clearly, I am new to this. We're in a rural area and now have Starlink with its router at the house, so I want to also get wifi at the workshop. CPE210 P2P looks like the way to go (no conduit, and there is "ledge" in between - "ledge" is surface bedrock here in Maine). So, I'll plug one CPE210 into the Starlink, and set up the other one at the workshop. But now that the signal is at the workshop, do I need to do something else to get wifi? Or does the CPE210 do that? Thanks. 

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Re:With CPE point-to-point, do I need a router on the client end, or does the client device do that?
2022-05-16 10:34:56

  @Ecmars Yes you need another indoor Access Point/Router to share the network to WiFi.

 

Client CPE will only provide you an Ethernet connection.

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