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Help, Wireless bridge?
Im trying to create a wireless bridge using a spare Belkin F5D7623-4 router i have.
Basicly im currently using A Netgeat DG934G router that connects to the internet and acts as my DHCP however
its wireless signal does not cover all of my home. so i thought i could try and connect both routers wirelessly
and therefore use the belkins wireless for the upstairs of my house as it should have a stronger signal.
anyone have ideas would be great.
I have read about hacked firmware to unlock the settings for a bridge and dont mind using that firmware on my
belkin router but want to leave the netgear router alone.
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