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Bridge Two Wireless Networks


bridge two wireless networks
    wireless networks
  • (Wireless Network) A method of connecting a computer to other computers or to the Internet without linking them by cables.
  • (Wireless Network) A WiFi or wire-free connection to a central device (see "router") that handles communication between many different network devices, such as desktop computers, iPhones, laptops, and other devices for file sharing and sharing an internet connection.   see wikipedia
  • Wireless network refers to any type of computer network that is wireless, and is commonly associated with a telecommunications network whose interconnections between nodes are implemented without the use of wires.
    bridge
  • make a bridge across; "bridge a river"
  • Make (a difference between two groups) smaller or less significant
  • Be a bridge over (something)
  • Build a bridge over (something)
  • connect or reduce the distance between
  • a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.

Hn:Rolling Media Center
Hn:Rolling Media Center
A trip to Ikea and a few hours of work and I now have a rolling media center that all works off of a single power plug. No more playing AV boy whenever we want to watch a movie. I even got one of my old wrt54g routers (running dd-wrt) to act as a wireless bridge for the Xbox so that Xbox Media Center can access my media on shared network drives. The only thing left is to get a good pair of speakers to supplement the subwoofer. Pics are probaly too dark to show, but I've got a projector up top, xbox with wireless contoller in the middle, and wrt54g router and subwoofer on the bottom shelf. Two triple plugs daisy chained and an extra long power cord.
802.11n
802.11n
Finally decided to upgrade my wireless network today after 4 years with my Linksys 802.11g router. My old Vonage router is playing wonky with DHCP when I put the AEBS in bridge mode, though. I think I'll probably have to reverse the order of the two routers this weekend in order to get port forwarding (read: uTorrent) working. On the bright side: my file transfers over the 5 GHz network to the MacBook Pro & MacBook are nearly 5 times faster than they were over 2.4 GHz!

bridge two wireless networks
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