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    Wireless Bridging

    This is a discussion on Wireless Bridging within the Wireless / Adapters forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Hi there Does anyone knwo whether the netgear can do wireless bridging. I have two routers (the sky netgear and ...

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      Wireless Bridging

      Hi there

      Does anyone knwo whether the netgear can do wireless bridging.

      I have two routers (the sky netgear and a buffalo airstation)

      my sky netgear is plugged directly into the phone socket.

      My pc and xbox 360 are based on the other side of the room and they are conneted to a buffalo airstation.

      Is it possible to create a wireless bridge between the airstation and the netgear?

      Any help greatly appreciated.

      Cheers


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      Not sure on any specific router but most can't. I'm pretty sure the sky one can't.

     

     

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