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Wireless Madness

  • D-Link
  • Ethernet Card
  • Cable
  • Wireless Networking
Last response: in Wireless Networking
December 8, 2010 10:14:33 PM

I have my main pc downstairs connected to a D-LINK ( DIR-615 ) wireless router via ethernet cable,
I also have two laptops and other devices connecting to the D-LINK with no problem.

I now have 2 PCs upstairs which I dont want to use wirless connections but rather wired via ethernet, primarily for LAN.

Ive just found my Belklin Wireless G router F5D7230 (which has a WAP option) in the basement and was wondering if I could connect the 2 PC's
upstairs via ethernet cable to the Belkin F5D7230 router, and have the router connect to my D-LINK downstairs wirelessly ?

Just saves me drilling a hole in the ceiling for ethernet cables :) 


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December 9, 2010 1:36:57 AM

In order for wireless routers to connect wirelessly to each other both need to support WDS (and to be safe both be of the same brand).

For an alternative approach see this: