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Using A Wireless Router As A Bridge


using a wireless router as a bridge
    wireless router
  • A networking device that is a combination of an access point and a router.¬† These devices are usually used in private homes where client PCs can be anywhere in the house (and thus use WiFi to connect), and the network is a broadband connection provided by an ISP.
  • A wireless router is a device that performs the functions of a router but also includes the functions of a wireless access point. It is commonly used to allow access to the Internet or a computer network without the need for a cabled connection.
  • Wireless routers are actually routers with Ethernet plus wireless access points so that they have both wired and/or wireless at the same time.
    using a
  • jigsaw puzzle is another metaphor commenly used for¬†analysing cultural differences.
    bridge
  • Be a bridge over (something)
  • a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
  • make a bridge across; "bridge a river"
  • Make (a difference between two groups) smaller or less significant
  • Build a bridge over (something)
  • connect or reduce the distance between

Front View
Front View
Probably the biggest downside of the digital TV changeover around here is that rabbit ears no longer work - as in no more portable TVs.... period. My Better Half likes to watch TV on the back patio and used to have an el-cheapo 7" analog box with a single rabbit ear that did the job just fine. It had a battery, but being a piece of junk in the first place, the battery didn't work very well from Day 1 and soon became history. But that was ok.... no problem... as long as the only wire was AC. Dangling two wires and having to pull coax into every room of the house plus the back patio is a no-no for me. In that context I wanted to cobble together a functional equivalent: something that would let somebody watch TV wherever they wanted to, but only require an AC power connection. So... I took an ancient-and-honorable Aquos analog TV, a couple feet of that industrial-strength Velcro they sell at Home Depot, and decorated the back of said TV with a power strip, the TV's brick, an HD200, and a D-Link DAP-1522 WAP/Bridge - which talks to my D-Link DIR-655 wireless router and delivers an Ethernet connection. It's not light.... thank goodness for the Aquos' handle.... and it's definitely not pretty..... but it does the job. Only puzzler is that [I]consistantly [/I]when I re-power the HD200 by flipping the switch on the power strip, the HD200 is unable to find the server until I use the remote to turn the HD200 off and then back on again. This is 100% replicable... and happens whether the HD200 is plugged into the bridge's Ethernet or directly into a hard-wired router or switch. Bottom line, though, the job was was easier and the result works better than I expected. Get a lighter/smaller TV that plugs direct into AC without that grey brick; pull the guts out of the HD200; pull the guts out of the bridge; fabricate box that incorporates both plus a power strip......and it might even not be so ugly. Could we be looking at a small part of home TV's future here?
Overview
Overview
Well, this is one of favorite places on earth. It took me some time to get it up to this stage and I plan to do some upgrades eventually but this is pretty much it. Tama drumset, helps when I feel like hitting something. Acoustic guitar for peaceful nights. Drawing table where I was recreating/studying Bargue's drawing. Some of my drawings on the wall. Dry erase board which comes handy for planning. I built the desk at home since I couldn't find any that I actually liked. It took me about 3 weeks and It ended better than I ever expected since it was the first time I built anything like this. My PC is sitting underneath the desk plugged to those 2 monitors, I still haven't found a use for that third one sitting on the left. The Macbook is connected through synergy. the Xbox is connected to the monitor on the right which is a 21.5" HP. Wireless printer bridge working as a network bridge to connect to the main router which is in the second floor. (this is the basement) G15, wacom tablet, razer mouse, HL2DM mousepad, Hannibal movies, Friends collection, ipod, droid... Fluorescent light. I can't stand tungsten light... If you're wondering, Yes, after a while the drum throne gets really uncomfortable.

using a wireless router as a bridge
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