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Old 09-03-2009, 06:10 AM
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Default linksys wrt54g wireless router to extend signal

Hello, everyone.

I hope everyone can halp me on this problem. i have 2 router at home, 1 is trendnet tew652brp wireless router (this connected to modem directly), another is linksys wrt54g wireless router. although the trendnet wireless router can cover the signal area is big, i still hope to use the linksys wireless router to extend the signal without cable connect to trendnet because i will put the linksys router upstair (when setup is ok to connect both router with cable). Can anyone teach me step by step and detail how to setup the both wireless routers to extend the signal, for example, which equipment connect to equipment first, power on and off ...etc step by step. After i setup the second router upstair, i will have 2 computer on upstair, 1 is wireless computer and 1 is wired computer.

Thank you very much and have a good week.

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