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How to Boost Your Wi-Fi Network Signal and Increase Range Jul 11, 2017 DD-WRT Repeater Bridge – Set Up as Repeater - Erik Popp Apr 19, 2015

Extend the Wireless access area using a second router WIRELESSLY connected to the primary. The secondary router must have dd-wrt installed; the primary does not need dd-wrt. Repeater Bridge - A wireless repeater with DHCP & NAT disabled, clients on same subnet as host AP (primary router).

Oct 19, 2011 DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - 5Ghz Wireless Repeater Bridge

Extend your WiFi range using an Old Wireless Router (DD

"Repeater Bridge" for both radios, LAN ports dead : DDWRT I can access dd-wrt on the router from either of the two networks. So my question - is there any way I can use the LAN ports once again? thinking two "repeater bridge"s would probably drive the router nuts, but no, it instantly bridges the two networks together) Edit: wireless of both gateways are regular Access Points, just to add some Cisco E2000 Router is solid when flashed with DD-WRT Over a year ago I owned a Linksys WRT-54G V4 router configured as the main and a Netgear WNR8348 configured as a repeater bridge. Both running DD-WRT on wireless G. The solution was rock solid. After several months, I decided to go the N route and got a Trendnet …