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can i connect between a WAP and wrt54g to provide home network?

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by sbeausol, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. sbeausol

    sbeausol Addicted to LI Member

    I currently get my internet through a service provided by the town in which i live. They basically provide wireless access throughout the town and at my place it is a good strong signal. Access is achieved through a login which logs your MAC address and keeps you online when you connect.

    I would like to create a home network via another router that uses this source as my internet connection. Can I simply create a bridge out of my WRT54G which connects to the access point and logs me in, and then connects to my home router which acts as a WAP for my house thus allowing my to have multiple computers connected to the net on my own home network? Not sure exactly what this would be called but would look like this:

    <TOWN WIRELESS ACCESS POINT> ----<WRT54G>----<2nd WRT54G>----<home network>
  2. DaveMcLain

    DaveMcLain Network Guru Member

    I think you should be able to do this yes.
  3. CaNsA

    CaNsA Network Guru Member

    Chk out DD-WRT firmware.
    What u will want to setup is a Repeater Bridge.

    Thats what im doing, taking a wifi network and repeating it in my house .

  4. sbeausol

    sbeausol Addicted to LI Member

    guys thanks for the input, i've successfully installed dd-wrt micro, set up a repeater bridge and now can network the wireless internet connection i receive from the town to a wireless network within my house all with one router!


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