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Trying to connect 2 Wireless routers together

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by aflaugh, May 17, 2005.

  1. aflaugh

    aflaugh Guest

    This is my ideal setup:
    Router 1:
    Connect to internet (BEFW11S4)
    Maintain the Address Scheme with DHCP

    Router 2: (WRT54 G)
    Connect to router 1 for internet access
    Have a different Addressing Scheme (example: with DHCP active.

    Is this possible?

    I have a new Linksys WRT54 G and an older Linksys BEFW11S4.
  2. dribble

    dribble Network Guru Member

    What you trying to do?

    The idea is possible, if you have two internet connections and two LANs.
    Seperate the Wi-Fi channels and filtering so they can only connect to one router.
  3. Crashmaxed

    Crashmaxed Network Guru Member

    This is possible via the WDS system. I've only seen it on 3rd party firmware such as Alchemy pre7a and such. i haven't seen it on original linksys firmware. Your system is possible besides one catch. You MUST use the same addressing scheme. If one AP is 192.168.1.X you must use 192.168.1.X on the other AP as well.
  4. qingz

    qingz Network Guru Member

    Just connect the wan port of router 2 to the lan port of router 1
  5. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

  6. cr8zy07

    cr8zy07 Network Guru Member

    just use for one router u dont need to do it 2 times...

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