09-20-2011, 04:08 AM
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Join Date: Aug 2010
Originally Posted by m1995
Hi. I am trying to wirelessly link two buildings that are about 200 feet away with no trees or obstructions between the buildings. I currently have a DSL modem (6 mb) with a Belkin N600 router connected to it in Building 1. The Belkin router is only a month old and is running F9K1102 v1 hardware. In building 2 I have a Netgear WNR834b v2 that I want to link with the Belkin. First of all, is this possible? If so, can someone walk me through the process of linking these routers? Keep in mind that I have very weak wireless skills and need simple instructions if possible. Thanks for any help that you can give.
first of all most routers perform 2 functions, routing traffic and providing wireless access to clients. they are not bridges, so with this in mind i dont think what u wanna do can be achieved except ur own router have multi functions and features like client bridging.
to achieve what u wanna do at a good and stable speed , i will suggest u get an eoc2611p from Engenius Tech, Inc.
configure it as a client bridge, mount in on a pole or some other convenient place facing it in the direction of building 1, search for the ssid name of the building 1 router and associate to it(reading the manual of the eoc2611p will help) and when u are done u can now connect the cable from the eoc radio to the router in building 2 for wireless access.i suggest u visit the site and do some research b4 buying the radio so as to have a good understanding, they are also on youtube.
let me know how it went.