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wireless and LAN router configuration the router with Internet access is a Linksys wireless and is connected to the cable modem.Its running fine. We want to have 2nd wireless router [Netgear WGR614] in another room so that some devices without wireless cards can be attached to 2nd router and get the internet. Its a bit difficult to run a cat5 cable between the routers, but we want the 2nd netgear router to get wireless signals from the 1st Linksys router. The 2nd Netgear router, then, would act as a LAN router picking signals from the 1st router to provide the internet to wired/connected devices. Is it possible? How we can achieve this scenario to work? How the 2nd router should be configured?

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well after everything is connected....

Be sure to power down(unplug the power supply) the cable modem.then turn it on first then the routers after thier wired.

Otherwise you'll likely get disconnection message

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WIFI is required to be setup in the router to

run a wireless connection

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I understand what you are trying to do...

It MIGHT be possible. You are trying to setup a wireless bridge. What that will do is enable your Netgear WGR614 to connect to your Linksys router wirelessly and then you can connect wired devices to the Netgear WGR614 so they can receive internet.

Unfortunately, the Netgear WGR614 does not support Wireless Bridge. You will need to flash the modem's firware with dd-wrt to create a wireless bridge. I would check this website out for more information on what you're trying to do.

http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/index

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repeater/AP

I suggest doing this:

Get a repeater/Access point

connect it to your computer and follow directions for it to change the type of usage

then connect to your router in the single 'internet' cat5 port.

now connect all your computers to the router and it will look to the repeater/AP system for traffic which will look to your other router/wireless access point which looks to your modem.

The one I use was only $30... there are many repeater/access point (AP) cheap solutions out there

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