Wirelessly Connect two Modem/Router's to each other?
Sorry, didnt know where to post this :/ if its not in the right section please move for me
I have a wireless modem/router in the study (D-Link DSL-2740B) and that is the only adsl2+ compatible phone line in the house but i do not get very good connection in my room (about 2 bars). i found a spare modem/router in the cupboard (Netgear DG1000) and i was wondering if i could wire that to my pc and use it as a router wirelessly connecting to the D-Link?
EDIT: I have disabled dhcp server on the Netgear
Thanks in advance for any help (:
Last edited by Fox McCloud; 08-21-2011 at 02:29 AM.
Um i dont think you can wirelessly connect a router to another router.....
It has to connect to the client (computer)
Although...... there could be a way if you make one of your routers IP adress as the other routers DHCP server. But I dont see how that could really help with anything.... And if it works it would only make your wireless bandwith even slower...
Donate for my P90X equipment... i needa get started but my money is pretty tight right now... any help is greatly appreciated :