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How can a popular router connect me to WiFi?

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by wmoroz, May 4, 2008.

  1. wmoroz

    wmoroz Addicted to LI Member

    Hello out there!
    Please help!!!

    A simple question for those who know how to.

    My previous post was probably too long for your patience or am I too impatient?

    Anyway, I am using one WRT54GL with DD-WRT v23 SP2 as router for my little network of 2 desktops, one laptop (3 x XP Home SP2). No problems.

    But while away from my home-office I would like to use a second WRT54GL with DD-WRT v23 SP2 connected to the laptop.
    The laptop has a WiFI module but with weak-signal WiFi networks I'd like to experiment with the WRT54GL- should be "stronger", specially with a good directional antenna(s).

    So, please, is it possible and how if so?


  2. Deimdos

    Deimdos Network Guru Member

    Yes you can, you have to use "client bridge mode" in dd-wrt

  3. wmoroz

    wmoroz Addicted to LI Member

    I see - not quite clearly yet - but thank you very much for pushing me into the right direction.
    So I will to go into an area I have not yet learned about.
    Thank you again and all the best.

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