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Configure a WRT54G as briddge and access point

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by searchman, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. searchman

    searchman Guest

    I want to use a WRT54G router as an access point/bridge. The configuration information on the internet sites does not solve my problem. Would someone have access to this information. Thanks Happy Holidays
     
  2. atinexus

    atinexus Network Guru Member

    Firmware

    Are u using LINKSYS firmware or 3rd party???
    What Version router???
    And what are u trying to bridge or AP to???

    Anyways i use the Sveasoft Alchemy Firmware
    which has a WDS and AP setup...
     
  3. daweeze02

    daweeze02 Network Guru Member

    sorry to jack your thread but i just wanted to add to it.


    Im in the same boat as you I want to setup my WRT54G running dd-wrt v23b2 as a bridge. What i was planning on doing was using either my netgear WGR614 or my Dlink DI-524 as my dhcp server, probably the netgear because it has more options.


    So would i just setup mbe like this

    Netgear IP: 192.168.1.1
    WRT54G IP: 192.168.1.2

    of course the starting ip's would be in different ranges

    Next i would disable dhcp on the WRT54G and enable client bridge mode after that shoudnt i be able to plug anything into the linksys and get an internet connection?
     
  4. Goknicks

    Goknicks Network Guru Member

    searchman: I just configured my 2 routers (wrt54gs v2.1 - host and WRT54G v4 as birdge/repeater). You have to use dd-wrt v23. I use dd-wrt v23 beta 2 mini for the WRT54G v4 and dd-wrt v23 standard for my wrt54gs v3. It works great.

    To configure you can follow the setup configuration at:
    http://www.linksysinfo.org/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=7

    Since I just got it working, I haven't tried using WPA, yet. However, using WEP it works great....
     

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