Joined: 04 Jan 2007 Posts: 10984 Location: Wherever the wind blows- North America
Posted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 23:05 Post subject:
try the wiki.
redhawk _________________ I currently test dd-wrt on Asus, Buffalo, Linksys, and Netgear. Too many to list.
Looking for more test units (newer models) for the project...got a brick?...PM me to make a hardware donation. (USA) A donation is not a debricking service....it is a way to "Give back" to the dd-wrt project.
I do NOT provide personal assistance through chat or phone....so please don't ask.
I use a routed bridge to connect to my neighbors network
His network: 192.168.0.1
My network: 192.168.1.1
he can't see into my network.
I use a client bridge to connect my house to my motorhome in the back yard
Both house and motorhome are on 192.168.1.1
I can print, save files to NAS and surf from the motorhome or house.
client bridge to enable hard wired PCs to share a network at a remote structure
routed bridge to share an internet connection and maintain pricacy for your network _________________ Conventional wisdom among radio guys is that $1 spent on antennas is worth $10 spent on amplifiers. Solve RF problems with antennas to the greatest extent possible before increasing power.
Trrusst, I tried following those instructions (for bridging the westell 7500) several times and every time I was unable to get it to work. Could never get internet. Not sure if the ISP is doing something on their end to prevent this type of setup.