Aug 10, 2019

An example for bridge. Let's say that you have a wired Network A in your building, and wired Network B to your neighbor's building. The mean of bridge is to connect wireless network A with network B. As i understood, you don't want something like that. So, bridge mode is not what you want (Also in bridge mode usually clients cannot connect to DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - WRT54G Ver5 / Bridge mode Jul 02, 2006 Bridging - DD-WRT Wiki

The WRT54GL router must already have dd-wrt installed before you begin this process. 1 -First start by backing up your current CFE.BIN file and keep it in a safe place 2- Enable ssh services in the dd-wrt configuration at

Aug 10, 2019 · Most computer retailers offers the Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router for about $49 and Wireless Access Points for $99. Why waste $50 if you don't have to? You can convert a wireless router to become a simple access point if that's all you need. This is not an article on how to create a wireless-to-wireless bridge, as some have misinterpreted it to be.

Lots of people report problems with the router function in the Linksys WRT54G. See here for example. I have a broadband router upstream of my WRT54G, so I thought that I might be able to avoid the network problems I was having by making my WRT54G work simply as a switch or bridge.

DD-WRT's "client bridge" mode" is not a transparent bridge. Only one single ethernet device is properly supported behind the router running in "client bridge" mode. (It should have been baptized "client adapter mode" instead!) In the old forum we already had endless discussions about this subject. Note that this is a technical