Use Two Wireless Cards as Super-G Router

Gateway / Performance 733
June 27, 2010 at 20:07:00
Specs: Smoothwall or pfSense, 733 MHZ/512 MB
I am thinking about making a high-performance router (compared to most cheap ones out there) out of this old computer using either SmoothWall or pfSense. What I want to know is, is there any way to use two wireless cards in the computer as one Super-G Router, instead of two, separate G routers? I have two laptops with Super-G cards in them and would like to take advantage of them without actually buying a Super-G router. I don't HAVE to use Smoothwall or pfSense. I just want to know if this will work under any scenario and how I might be able to set this up.


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June 28, 2010 at 05:00:07
I'm sure it's possible to build a router with a computer with 2 network cards....wireless or otherwise. However the question I guess is, are you capable of doing it?

The best OS would be Linux and you'd need to know routing tables and how to add/remove routes between subnets.

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