Way To Run 2 WRT55AG Routers?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by 5uck3rpunch, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. 5uck3rpunch

    5uck3rpunch LI Guru Member

    Hey All,

    Is there a way to run 2 WRT55AG Routers to bridge one network to expand the wireless range in my house? I have one WRT55AG connected to my cable modem & wired to my Windows MCE 2005 PC on one end of the house. I have a Linksys WMCE54AG Media Center Extender on the other end that is barely getting a signal. I cannot move the WRT55AG to anywhere else in the hosue nor can I run LAN cable to bridge them.
    Using a WMCE54AG Media Center Extender to stream live TV, you have to use wireless-A to have it stream well. I wanted to know if I can add another WRT55AG on the Extender's end of the house to bridge to the one on the MCE PC's end. I know one WRT55AG on each end of the house will blanket it with coverage well.
    I really would like to stay with a Linksys product, because I like them & it's all I use, but the WRT55AG is the only thing they make with wireless-A capabilities. Any suggestions would be a GREAT help! If you do have any suggestions with adding another brand to get the same result I'd appreciate that also.

    Thank You :thumbup:
  2. 5uck3rpunch

    5uck3rpunch LI Guru Member

    Thank you!
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