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Wireless routers

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by Daniel408, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. Daniel408

    Daniel408 Member

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    Hi everyone.
    I was recently forced to get a new router cos i went from broardband to cable, which now means i've got 2 routers. me, being someone who likes to play around dicided to connect them together with one big wire, but now i want to play more. they are both wireless and have both been used as gateways before. is there anyway of getting rid of the wire and turn both wireless on. any ideas.
    dan
     
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    Hey Dan. you mean, uve got 2 of these...

    http://images.jiwire.com/images/reviews/dlinkdi624/dldi624_bUpright.jpg

    and you want to have more wireless access point in your home without having wireless router number 2 having to use a LAN/CAT 5 cable?

    I think its impossible, you uve gotta have those 2 running with LAN wires in order for it to work. I maybe wrong, but to my knowledge.
     
  3. Daniel408

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    hi, thanks for the reply.
    i've actually go two linksys routers, and i want one to be used as a access point and the other to be used as a wireless hub. all i want is to connect the hub to the access point wirelessly.
    thanks
     

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