Linking 2 wireless router to gether

Belkin N+ wireless router
September 18, 2009 at 08:42:10
Specs: Windows Vista, 4GB
Hi. I am now posting in the write section sorry
about before. This was hard to explain so
please read whole thing. I have 2 wireless
routers one belkin N1+
which is plugged into my phone and is the
main router and has 1 wired pc and 2 wireless
(one laptop and 1 PS3) but I live in a large
house which has very thick walls and
wondered if it would be possible to link a
netgear DG834G v3 to the belkin and then
connect the 3rd wireless pc to the netgear one
which would then intern be wireless connected
to the belkin router. I know sounds a little
complex but it can not be done with wires but
it would be possable to connect the belkin and
netgear with network.

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September 18, 2009 at 08:53:02
"which would then in tern be wireless connected
to the belkin router."

Not complex. Been asked many times. No can do unless both units support wireless bridging or you can flash them to WDS

Seriously doubt the belkin supports any of it. You want a wireless bridge/repeater

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September 18, 2009 at 11:09:12
Hi. I also have a d-link router. which has options for setting up
bridging and the belkin has an option to setup a Dynamic/Fixed
IP (1483 Bridge) there is also a option on the belkin to "use as
access point".

Thanks again

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September 18, 2009 at 11:39:59
use as access point means wired to a router or switch.
dynamic or fixed ip doesn't touch wireless bridging.

But hey give it a try starting with the dlink. It would be like connecting a pc wirelessly to the belkin.

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