Connecting Router to AP without wired

Dlink / Dir-300
October 21, 2009 at 09:54:34
Specs: Windows XP
I have AP WA601G as Bridge from ISP.
I also have DIR-300. Now i want to connect DIR-300 to WA601G without wired...HOW..???? PLEASE HELP.......

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#1
October 21, 2009 at 12:37:12
It depends. Are you using DLS for your ISP and if so what kind of modem do you? Does the modem have a built in router is the question? If not then you will need to get a router. I am guessing your configuration is as such...

Internet > Wireless Modem/Router --wifi-- Wireless AP > Computer

And you want to add another computer to your WAP then you need...

Internet > Wireless Modem/Router --wifi-- Wireless AP > Switch > Computer(s)

Or you could just get a WiFi card.


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#2
October 21, 2009 at 12:49:04
The question is can the AP WA601G and the DIR-300 connect to each other wirelessly.

Since the AP WA601G is already acting as a bridge I do not believe it is possible.

You need to review the AP WA601G and DIR-300 documentation concerning wireless bridging.


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#3
October 24, 2009 at 01:42:57
ISP : internet + ADSL + WRT54G ------->

Me : WA601G (as bridge --- laptop (wifi)

I have DIR-300 too and i want to connect it's to WA601G without wired.

WA601G --- DIR-300 --- laptop (wifi)

i have been try to change DIR-300 as AP. It's doesn't work


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