Reuse an old router to bridge devices to your wireless
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Jul 05, 2017
To get wifi coverage in the yard and the whole house, I decided to re-purpose my Linksys E1500. Here’s what I did: First I installed the DD-WRT firmware and with it turned my router into a Wireless Repeater Bridge. A wireless repeater bridge essentially does two things: 1. It connects to your existing wifi network (xxx) as a client. 2. using extra router as print server | AnandTech Forums Dec 28, 2012 Turning a spare TalkTalk Router into a Wireless Access Point
Apr 12, 2011 · As people start buying the newer N rated wireless they give away or sell super cheap their old (and bulletproof) linksys wireless G routers. DD-WRT has been on my two or three for the past 5 years at least. Mods - Please sticky this post. It sure makes hooking up controllers to wireless way easier and unfortunately isn't very well known.
To get the router ready to use: 1. Turn off the primary router or disconnect a PC from the network. 2. Connect your router to a computer not connected to the network. 3. Go through step 1 again with the old router until you get to the configuration page. Copy the Settings from the Primary Router [VIDEO] How to Turn an Old PC Into a Wireless Router in 5 Sep 22, 2017 R6400 as Bridge Mode + Wireless Connection - NETGEAR