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bridging routers wirelessly

bigal50
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Registered: ‎29-01-2013

bridging routers wirelessly

I have Thomson's router for the main broadband in the house and have wired another plusnet router to it and created a larger range. I would like to now bridge them wirelessly. Can anyone suggest an easy way to do this. Thank You. Alan.
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Registered: ‎02-02-2008

Re: bridging routers wirelessly

You really are better doing it as you already have, a wireless link will be much slower as the bandwidth will be shared.
If getting a cable to the right place really is a difficult problem consider Homeplugs.
Dan_the_Van
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Registered: ‎25-06-2007

Re: bridging routers wirelessly

I use TP Link TL-WPA281KIT AV200 Powerline Extender with Wireless N Access Point Starter Kit  to overcome my wireless issues
Dan.