Setting WRT54G v8 to a bridge?

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by jedinitex, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. jedinitex

    jedinitex Guest

    Is there a way to set a WRT54G v8 as a bridge? I have 2 of these routers set up in different rooms. Router A has the modem plugged into it. I would like to bridge the connections and run other devices from Router B. Is this doable without physically connecting Router A and Router B (i.e. by setting Router B as a bridge) whether through settings (that I haven't found) or via third party software? Thanks
  2. arildo

    arildo LI Guru Member

    I doubt that a WRT54GR can act like a bridge or an AP client like WAP54G does. I suggest you use a WAP54G and a switch.
    !PS! I miss a product that can be an AP client and a switch.
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