For a wireless bridge, you need both in bridge mode. This, in essence, locks the two devices onto one another. You'd need additional wireless access points to provide a signal to the areas you desire. I've not done this myself, however.
Hi there - i currently own 2 wifi routers which have 4 lan ports on the back. In my room i have two desktops without wireless capability. I was wondering is it possible to have one router in my room which my desktops plug into - and then the router to ""Bridge" with the one downstairs to give me wireless capability.
I believe its called bridging but i have had no hopen as of yet.
Huawei HG520b and Huawei HG532 are my two routers.
I know this can be done by purchasing a wire - but i cannot afford a 100m cable and i am not particularly interested in purchasing an adapter for my desktops.