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Can two Linksys WRT310n routers be linked as wireless access points?

By d.mike ·
My VoIP network has a Linksys WRT310n hooked in between one of the phones and a computer. It is set up as a wireless access point as well (by using the regular ethernet ports - NOT the internet port). I need wireless access farther away in the building (a church). Is there anyway I can add another WRT310n wired out of the regular ethernet ports. Normally, I'd just get a new wireless access point, but I have an extra WRT310n on hand. Thanks in advance.

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Sure you can

by IC-IT In reply to Can two Linksys WRT310n r ...

Setup the 2nd by turning off DHCP. Setup the necessary routing and wireless info.
Connect from the first router to the second with an Ethernet cable from LAN to LAN port.

If you want/need to go wireless first you can look into DD-Wrt.

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Thanks

by d.mike In reply to Sure you can

I appreciate it!

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Your Welcome [ NT]

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