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I have a wireless router BelkinF7D1301 v1 and I am trying to figure out how to convert it into receiving wireless signal instead of broadcasting, like a wireless card. I seem to need DD-WRT software?? how do I get this and/or what do I need to do?
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http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/index

You want a Wireless Bridge.
    
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Originally Posted by killabytes View Post
http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/index

You want a Wireless Bridge.
Incorrect. Client Bridge. & his router isn't supported.


But I did this with my WRT54GS for a while. It's called Client Bridge. I know you couldn't do it in the stock Linksys firmware on my router, so I had to DD-WRT it. Then I was able to do so.

But your router is currently not supported.
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Incorrect. Client Bridge. & his router isn't supported.


But I did this with my WRT54GS for a while. It's called Client Bridge. I know you couldn't do it in the stock Linksys firmware on my router, so I had to DD-WRT it. Then I was able to do so.

But your router is currently not supported.
Still known as a Wireless Bridge.

As for not being supported, oh well. I'm not a huge fan of DD-WRT anyway.
    
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Still known as a Wireless Bridge.

As for not being supported, oh well. I'm not a huge fan of DD-WRT anyway.
There is a difference between Repeater Bridge and Client Bridge. But why not? DD-WRT gives you way more functionality than stock firmware does.
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