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Using a WRT300N as a wireless client...

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by bky1701, May 13, 2007.

  1. bky1701

    bky1701 LI Guru Member

    Yes I know it's odd, but I figure it can be done. I use linux and have a few things to connect, so cards aren't ideal.

    What I want to do is connect to a wireless network with a WRT300N. It doesn't seem possible by default, but I know there MUST be a way to do it...

    I'm technically capable and ready to flash the router, I just am not sure what to do right now.
  2. bky1701

    bky1701 LI Guru Member

    Bump. I really need to get this working soon. :frown:
  3. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

  4. bky1701

    bky1701 LI Guru Member

    That did it! Thank you and the people who made that software very much! :biggrin:

    This is the best free thing I've seen in a long time, and I use Linux. :smile:
  5. moejoe76

    moejoe76 Guest

    Wrt300n V2

    WRT300N v2 doest work as Wireless client please anyone who could help figure out this thing , operating system is windows xp proffessional , i have no problem installin linux to solve it but i prefer on the same operating system...
  6. nibbs

    nibbs LI Guru Member

    Afaik OpenWRT support the WRT300N v2. Dunno whether it supports such a function.
  7. RobertHW

    RobertHW LI Guru Member

    @nibbs since when does dd-wrt support the wrt300n V2 ? Did I miss something here ? Or do you mean the V1..
  8. nibbs

    nibbs LI Guru Member

    I was talking about OpenWRT, not DD-WRT.
  9. RobertHW

    RobertHW LI Guru Member

    k, sorry was a little intoxicated that day. Got it now..

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