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For a secondary routerrunning DD-WRT, the wireless mode must be configured as Repeater Bridge. It will connect to a primary routerin AP mode(DD-WRT default) with DHCP Server enabled. Any type of VAP (Virtual Access Point) on the host should work, including a WDS-AP (Atheros) or any VAP including on another RB, but can depend on the host router. Oct 14, 2014 · Set the wireless mode to ‘Wireless Client’. Enter the wireless SSID, and security credentials and click ‘Save’. TIP: If your host router is using the security setting ‘WPA2 Personal’, you should first try to match that setting on your client router. NOTE: DD-WRT v2 includes older versions of the router firmware meant for older router models, and may not contain updates to some of the latest security fixes that are included in newer versions of DD-WRT. Use at your own risk. Before following this guide, you will need to install DD-WRT on your router. Here is what I have. Tomato 1.23 on a v4 WRT54G on the second floor with just basic port forwarding for Voip. On the first floor I have a WRT54GL v 1 running the standard DD-WRT using v24 as a bridge. Your dd-wrt router has already been configured to act as a client and will share your existing wireless network connection through the LAN (ethernet) ports of your dd-wrt router. Since we've clicked the 'Apply' button in the previous step - your dd-wrt router will now be using the new IP scheme and will require you to enter the new IP address

HOWTO: Use Linksys WRT54G as a wireless ethernet bridge

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Secondary Router (For the Bridge): WRT54G V3 — DD-WRT V23 SP1 Firmware — — which I changed to in my setup (I'm guessing that the Primary Router could be any make and model of wireless router as we're not doing anything to it!)

How to set up a repeater bridge using a Dlink DIR615 flashed with DD-WRT Apr 04, 2018 · Once you have your DD-WRT router configured, all that is left is to simply connect your client computers to the VPN. For our example, we will be showing how this is done using Windows 7 Professional. In the Network and Sharing Center of the Control Panel, click the option to set up a new network connection.