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Using wireless router wirelessly as access point

Using wireless router wirelessly as access point

Using wireless router wirelessly as access point

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Is it possible to connect my netgear wireless router to my linksys wireless router wirelessly and use the netgear as an access point/repeater?

I don't want to have to run network cable downstairs in my house and was wondering if this is possible.

RE: Using wireless router wirelessly as access point

I would highly doubt it. You could make something work cabling between the two, but that defeats the purpose of what you want...

Thanks,

Matt Wray

GFH

www.sss-steel.com

RE: Using wireless router wirelessly as access point

sure you can...

just put a static ip on the netgear router and point it to your linksys router(going outside. EXAMPLE: DNS, and Gateway address. you should be set

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