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Networks conecting multiple wifi connections using 2 or more wirless bridges and a modem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by zatera33, 5 Jul 2011.

  1. zatera33

    zatera33 What's a Dremel?

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    is it possible to merge internet connections like this using a modem or wireless router and multiple wireless bridges all connected to different routers? sorry if this sounds rediculous im kind of new in this subject.
     
  2. Randomeclipse

    Randomeclipse Minimodder

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    Why would you want to do this, can you not just roam between the different wireless access points?
     
  3. Wicked_Sludge

    Wicked_Sludge My eyes! The goggles do nothing!

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    because stolen bandwidth can be slow unless you bridge multiple weak signals :p (just kidding.....or am i?)
     
  4. Anirudh

    Anirudh What's a Dremel?

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    You CAN ;)

    http://compnetworking.about.com/od/routers/f/two_routers.htm

    SHOULD DO , ME TRYIN' NOW

    My scenario

    Got my base router from the wall,
    Wanna get it to my secondary
    Then to laptop, iPad, Wii, N900, E7 ,E71 and so on. Any advice
    My current idea is to get £60 worth of cat 5e cabling to run to 2nd box, only runs ethernet
    We are both in the same boat!
    Mutual support. Keep me notified
    :geek:
     
  5. Anirudh

    Anirudh What's a Dremel?

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    welll,
    it kinda depends, coz if u have like 20k hackers den itll catch fire :nono: most like
    but there can be bottlenecks :wallbash: , from inside the network :thumb:, not neccessarily outside :brrr:
     

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