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Need new wireless-bridge-capable router selection advice

Need new wireless-bridge-capable router selection advice

Need new wireless-bridge-capable router selection advice

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My Linksys WRT54g(s) have bit the dust.  I need new wireless routers that can be configured as a wireless bridge, preferably right out of the box.  These are for home use BTW.  My PC (gaming rig) and modem is on one router and the printers, wireless devices, etc connect through the other one. The second router is across the house and running a cable between them really isn't an option.  I've been using a DD-WRT solution with my current routers and it has worked great.  I'd rather not have to spend the time re-flashing devices if I can help it.

I'm not current on the market and I'd like some advice.  Price isn't my primary concern, but a stable setup is.

Thanks!
Phil

RE: Need new wireless-bridge-capable router selection advice

Buy more of the same routers you have. They're still available for sale, and you know how to make them do what you want.

Fight the devil you know...

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