How to: Build a Wireless Bridge Using DD-WRT, Part II
Oct 01, 2009, 01:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Configuring any of the four modes in DD-WRT requires a similar
recipe, each with just a few small differences.
"In all cases, your primary router does not need to have DD-WRT
installed. In fact, it can be any wireless router. You do not need
to change any settings on your primary router, although you should
know how to log into it to read some settings.
"For your secondary router, refer to our previous stories about
finding a DD-WRT compatible router and flashing the DD-WRT
"Once logged into your DD-WRT router, let's begin by looking at
the first configuration screen, Setup/Basic Setup"
- How to: Build a Wireless Bridge Using DD-WRT, Part I(Sep 28, 2009)
- Ask the Wi-Fi Guru: Range Extension, Bridging, Mixing WPA and WPA2 (you can't)(Sep 23, 2009)
- Ask the Wi-Fi Guru: Extending Range, Upgrading to Linux Firmware(Aug 14, 2009)
- How to: Buy a Wireless Router(Jul 30, 2009)
- Ask the Wi-Fi Guru: iPhone as Wi-Fi Scanner, Secure Condo Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi in a House of Lead(Jul 16, 2009)
- Ask the Wi-Fi Guru, Episode XV: Power Poaching, Wi-Fi Troubleshooting(May 12, 2009)
- The DD-WRT Controversy(Apr 23, 2009)