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Bridging routers

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by troycicle, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. troycicle

    troycicle Network Guru Member

    I recently bought a WRT54G router. I have two computers. One is downstairs, and the other is up. My plan is to buy another one, and bridge the two with Sveasoft's firmware. I know these router's will go 54 mb/sec at the maximum. The router's will be connected through a floor. I have a pci adapter, and connected that to my router through the floor. I got the speed up between 61 and 58 in networkstumbler with the router's power at 65. Should I bother getting two wrt54gs' with speedbooster, or should I stick with the WRT54G's. I think 54 mb/sec will be fine. My router's will have a lot of activity, because I'll be doing a lot of gaming.
  2. kublai

    kublai Network Guru Member

    You will probably not receive 54mbit real world..... 11g is half duplex still and I know that I have seen Rx and Tx can be split by the different antenna selection I wonder if you can also change the channels each do.... that would effectively make it full duplex so that you can achieve those speeds. WRT54G is fine for what you want just stick with it.

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