just a tip-if you have communication problems, you might have to keep the remote switch and daisy chain the router you are using as a wired ap to it. _________________ Please state what make and model router plus the build number and type of DD-WRT you are using. Screen prints and a network diagram can are also helpful. Before you create a new post, use the search function. Chances are your issue has happened to someone else.
I've noticed since doing this (hooking the main router directly to the repeater and setting it up as AP/Switch), that google voice is having more of a delay.
Not sure this is what caused it, but wanted to ask if I needed to set a particular uplink port somehow?
EDIT: Also, is it necessary to plug the main router into the AP, or can it just go Wifi(main) to Wifi(AP) and repeat signal from there/allow incoming hardline connections? (I tried just unplugging the incoming main connection but it disconnects devices plugged into the AP)
EDIT: Also, is it necessary to plug the main router into the AP, or can it just go Wifi(main) to Wifi(AP) and repeat signal from there/allow incoming hardline connections?
Isn't that the setup you started with that you asked to change to an AP. In any event, see the wiki: linking rourtrs. _________________ SIG:
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