But bridging is only possible when the parts support it. I know a few that wish this wasn't true. So in a nutshell and to get to the bottomline I don't see this pair having a supported bridge feature.
"The place where i bought the access point told me i could bridge them WIRELESSLY, which is what i really need."
Sorry, I don't see how either.
-> http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=326 is the product homepage.
I downloaded the manuals and the word "bridge" is not found in them. You have 2 choices.
1. Use it wired. Set it's channel to far away from the existing channel then move it as near to your intended space as possible.
2. Return it. They fibbed.
Hi, I currently have a D-Link Dl-524 router and I just bought a D-Link DWL G700AP access point yesterday.
I am planning to extend the coverage of my wi-fi to my parents room because it is almost a deadspot over there.
We don't have any way of connecting the access point to my existing router via the cable because it is too far.
The place where i bought the access point told me i could bridge them WIRELESSLY, which is what i really need.
I don't have any idea of how to bridge them because the manual and quick installation that came with the package explains connecting them by a cable.
Anybody have any idea or have tried bridging a router with an access point?
I basically want the access point to be some sort of a "wireless repeater".
Thank you very much i hope somebody can help me. =)