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).