Thank you all for your suggestions. This will be a project for me
over the holidays. I decided to go the standalone wireless router
approach. I will need to figure out how to configure my standalone
wireless router to "pass everything through" to the internal LAN that
I already have. Also I don't know too much about security, like how
to prevent eavesdroppers from connecting to my internal network. One
of you mentioned access lists, and I assume that means I tell the
wireless router which MAC addresses it accepts, and nothing else. Is
there any other way to provide security? Like a password-protected
network? What are the buzzwords for these security schemes? Which
security scheme do you recommend for preventing random people within
proximity from connecting to my internal netowrk?
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