Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by NauT!cA, Aug 9, 2008.
You want WDS. You may be able to do it with DDWRT. Last I heard it wasn't possible with WPA2 but is possible with WEP. I dont know about WPA.
Some stock firmware has lazy WDS enabled.
Make your 2nd router's setings EXACTLY the same as your 1st router's settings - channel, scheme, encryption, SSID, the whole lot, but DHCP off (if DHCP is on in the 1st router). Then leave the 2nd router just powered up, and see if it connects via lazy WDS to the 1st router. You might have to leave it for 15 minutes or longer before it will connect (if it connects).