Connecting two wireless G routers (linksys) Tags: Wireless Linksys Wireless Networking Last response: July 10, 2003 7:07 PM in Wireless Networking Share V8VENOM July 9, 2003 6:19:41 PM My situation: room A has 1 PC (with 10/100 NIC), one Cable modem room B has 3 PC (each with 10/100 NIC) What I want: all 4 PCs to be connected on same LAN and also have access to the Internet via my Cable modem. What I have: 2 (two) Linksys WRT54G Wireless G routers Is this possible with the hardware I have? Do I need to replace the WRT54G connected to my 3 PCs with a WET54G? Or maybe just get three PCI wireless G NICs for room B? More about : connecting wireless routers linksys kwebb68 July 10, 2003 7:07:41 PM "Do I need to replace the WRT54G connected to my 3 PCs with a WET54G? Or maybe just get three PCI wireless G NICs for room B?" Either of those two options could work. SOHO AP/router combo's do not bridge. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumUsing two Linksys Wireless-G routers to expand wireless coverage. ForumConnecting two wireless routers via powerline network ForumHow to setup two Linksys routers ( G &N) to work side by side? ForumConnecting two wireless routers (using one as a bridge) ForumHow to connect two wireless routers wirelessly ForumConnecting two wireless routers w/DSL ForumConnecting two Routers via Ethernet, No wireless range increase help! ForumBridging WRT54 G Linksys to FIOS Actiontec router ForumTwo wireless routers , one secured one unsecured... ForumConnecting two wireless routers to one cable modem ForumCan we use two fully configured linksys wireless routers on one network ForumJoin two linksys wireless routers together with ethernet cable ForumHow best to setup wired router and two wireless routers ? ForumVerizon Modem into Router Forumwhich wireless access point is the best? Forumt1 wireless HELP!! ForumWireless ADSL Modem/Router combo??? ForumCox cable and wireless router, what to get? ForumShort distance Wireless Link Forumwireless adapters- which one? More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !