How to bridge 2 routers Tags: Connectivity Routers Modem Wireless Networking Last response: January 14, 2012 4:46 PM in Wireless Networking Share derek13417 January 14, 2012 1:39:51 AM Hey guys, I was just wondering how to wirelessly bridge 2 routers so that I don't have to drill a big hole through the wall!! I have a netcomm router which is going to be the receiving modem and a net gear modem to transmit the wifi. Thanks! More about : bridge routers RealBeast January 14, 2012 4:46:46 PM There is a pretty good guide HERE and check THIS page also to determine if your router is capable of bridge mode or will use DD WRT firmware. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved2 routers conflicting 1 modem 1 phone bridge 2 locations Forum Cascade or Bridge of 2 wifi routers? Forum Can you have 2 dd wrt client bridge routers on the same network Forum Connecting 2 routers through a bridge Forum SolvedBridging 2 routers instead of using a wireless adapter? Forum Solvedhow to set up 2 routers in one home? Forum SolvedHow to communicate two 2 routers Forum SolvedHow well does the Intel Xeon E3-1230 V2 Ivy Bridge perform on games? Forum SolvedHow do you connect to router in client bridge mode? Forum SolvedHow to connect and have two separate networks with 1 modem and 2 routers? Forum How to use Linksys router as bridge? Forum How To Set Verizon HomeFusion Router To Bridge So I Can Use My Router Forum how to bridge 2 internet connection one wifi and another usb modem, Forum Mediacom with 1 Modem, 2 Routers and 2 IP Addresses ... How? Forum SolvedHow to setup 2 internet - 2 routers - as 1 LAN Forum How to share files across 2 routers Forum SolvedBridge two 5ghz routers Forum /* *** 2 wired/wireless routers, one network with file sharing HOW?? *** */ Forum How to connect 2 PC networks with 2 wireless routers (Both BT Home Hubs) so I can access the PCs and printers from either netw Forum Bridging 2 routers Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !