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Wireless to wired

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by miloman, Aug 28, 2005.

  1. miloman

    miloman Network Guru Member

    Hi all

    Well first the setup:

    An WRT54G (1,1) connected to two WRE54G in a daisychain.
    This work fine, no probs there.

    But now I have a device that has to be connected to the wireless network. The device has no wireless option, only wired ethernet, location is at the very end af the wireless network, so cant use one of the ports from the router.

    So, what can connect to the wireless network, has an built in wired ethernet port to connect the device??

    (hope its the right forum group to ask in, a little tricky)
  2. howardp6

    howardp6 Network Guru Member

    You can try a WAP54G in bridge mode. What connection speeds and throughput do you need? Being at the nend of your daisychain will cout your throughput at least to a quarter of the maximum speed, if you were connecting directly to the WRT54G.
  3. press250

    press250 Network Guru Member

    Security options in bridge (or ap client) mode?

    What wireless security does the WAP54G support in Bridge (or AP Client) mode? Specifically, does it support WPA2 to a WRT54GS?

  4. howardp6

    howardp6 Network Guru Member

    Not with the latest firmware, which is 2.08.

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