Extending Existing WiFi Network

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May 28, 2009 at 19:02:37
Specs: Windows XP
Hi gurus... I have a wireless network in my house. I use a Dynalink wireless combo modem/router connected to Broadband. It has VOIP Box, a Network Hard drive and a PC attached via cables. I have a couple laptops and handhelds that attach via WiFi, no problems. Network is secured using WEP. I have just bought a BluRay player with a female ethernet slot. The BluRay is in a seperate room from where my modem-router. I have been given a Belkin Wireless router which according to the doco can be put into 'access point' mode. Can I use this to extend my existing network so I can include the BluRay. Lloyd G

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May 28, 2009 at 20:32:47
If both routers supports WDS (Wireless Distribution System) or one router supports repeater mode, yes!

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