extending wireless router range questions

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by RBM, Feb 5, 2009.

  1. RBM

    RBM Guest

    I have a linksys bg wireless router at one end of a rather long convoluted
    ranch house. I'd like to connect a cat5 cable from the router to a linksys
    wap at the other end of the house, so wireless access will be available
    throughout. Once the cable is connected, how do I configure the wap. No
    encryption is necessary

    tia, rbm
    RBM, Feb 5, 2009
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  2. RBM

    seaweedsl Guest

    It's not hard, but I don't feel like doing homework right this
    Why don't you:
    1) go to the linksys site and download the instructions for this WAP.
    Read it.
    2) Go to linksysinfo web site and find a sticky or tutorial for
    setting up an AP as ...an AP!

    OK. I did your homework a little more. Typing "setup linksys WAP"
    into google (something so simple even your average novice could do
    it!) yields:






    seaweedsl, Feb 6, 2009
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  3. RBM

    RBM Guest

    Thanks for the info, I had done some searches, but nothing specific to my
    needs turned up. I wasn't aware that Linksys had this specific info on their
    site. I assumed that this was more complicated than it is. For what I'm
    doing, it's pretty much plug and play. Thanks
    RBM, Feb 7, 2009
  4. RBM

    Ari© Guest

    R. Brad Martin?
    Ari©, Feb 8, 2009
  5. RBM

    seaweedsl Guest

    That link looks like a photo of the best governor Texas never had, the
    one they failed to elect.

    I kinda doubt that you are that same cigar chomping musician guy from
    camp, um was it Echo Hill ? ... anyway if so, howdy !
    seaweedsl, Feb 8, 2009
  6. RBM

    seaweedsl Guest

    Great. Glad to help.
    seaweedsl, Feb 8, 2009
  7. RBM

    RBM Guest

    Needless to say, everything I do with computers or networking, is plug and
    RBM, Feb 9, 2009
  8. RBM

    RBM Guest

    No, rbm from NY, no cigar
    RBM, Feb 9, 2009
  9. RBM

    seaweedsl Guest

    Oh, OK. It's the photo you linked to. Looks like Kinky F. Who
    does live in NY at times.
    seaweedsl, Feb 9, 2009
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