Chris The Rock Posted February 27, 2004 Report Share Posted February 27, 2004 I have a linksys wireless router that works perfectly. I used to have a linksys WET11 wireless bridge that I used for a wireless connection to my PC in another room. Then, I brought my pc into the living room thanks to my 61" DLP set, and had no further use for my WET11 wireless bridge. I gave it to my younger brother. Well, now it looks like I need to move my PS2 into another room, thus requiring the use of a wireless bridge (or a NYKKO net extender) to allow the network adapter to work. My question is basic: Can a wireless access point router (which can be had for as little as $50 these days) be used as a wireless bridge? Or do I need to spend the extra $30 to buy another WET11? Is anyone using a linksys router as a bridge? I seem to remember my router having a "bridging mode" or something. I'll read up on it at linksys's site here real quick. Just trying to save thirty bucks here. Any gamer can understand that. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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