the configuration is most likely in the accesspoint itself..
Okay, this seems to be somewhat of a common question as I have seen while doing some research online. I try to do as much of my own research and learn myself before I have to ask. But the answers I have found, are not exactly the same as what I am wanting to do.
In out "office" we have the DSL modem connected to a Belkin G wireless router. What I want, is to be able to have the PS2 and or Tivo box connected out in the living room. Me being a tight-azz, bought another wireless router (D-link 524) for real cheap as I thought I heard a router can be used as an access point for much less than a true access point or gaming bridge.
So what I want to know, is can the main router broadcast to the second router wirelessly? Thus the second one is just "recieving" the wireless signal and giving me the LAN ports on back of it to use. I have yet to open the D-link, but I did look in menu of Belkin and it can be used as an access opoint as well as a bridge. Could someone lend me a hand? Thank you.