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I was told this was an easy process. The problem I'm having is connecting my two routers wirelessly. I have router 1 connected to cable modem with desktop and other components while router 2 is located on the other side of the house. Just from reading tech support from router site I know one of them has to serve as an access point but have no idea on which or how to set this up. So far I have gotten all of the info from both routers but I don't know where to apply and which to apply it to. I want to connected 2nd router wirelessly to the first one. Can anyone help please?
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Re: Help with wireless bridging router

Unless the secondary router offers wireless bridge capability, you can't. The exact make, model, and hardware version of those routers would be really useful here.
 

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Re: Help with wireless bridging router

Thanks for replying. Router 1 is a Netgear WGR614v6 and router 2 is a Belkin F5D7230-4. Both are wireless G routers and has bridging capability. I'm having trouble figuring out how to set up the bridge.
 

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Well, you probably can't use the Belkin as the secondary router, I've never gotten their bridging to work with anything but another Belkin. The Netgear WGR614v6 doesn't have wireless bridge capability.
 
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