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Standard User slippyjim
(experienced) Wed 16-Feb-11 23:10:51
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setting up a wifi bridge


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Hiya,

I am resetting up a wifi bridge over approx 300m, (the current AP/bridges have died a death) I have the external aerials so just need to know can any AP be set up as a bridge or is this something I need to check on every model?
From what I remember from last time its something I need to check....

Any suggestions for a bridge with an external aerial connection?

Thanks,
Steve
Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Thu 17-Feb-11 08:36:59
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Re: setting up a wifi bridge


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can any AP be set up as a bridge

no.

Buffalo AirStation WHR-HP-G54 Wireless router perhaps ? There's one with DD-WRT firmware or flash it yourself.

Phil

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Standard User slippyjim
(experienced) Thu 17-Feb-11 13:58:11
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Re: setting up a wifi bridge


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cool thanks for confirming that.

Unfortunately where I live, Tenerife, there is not a great selection of wireless stuff, no Buffalo at all, so I think it is just going to be a case of trawling the internet checking product numbers to see if they are a bridge or not.


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