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bridging 2 wireless routers 12 years 4 months ago #4359

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i have an older b wireless router and just purchased a linksys g wireless router. my wife is unable to install a wireless card on her machine (due to corporate guidelines). in order to let her work from home we also just purchased a wireless bridge (so she can hardwire into the bridge). due to our apartment configuration we are unable to hardwire the front and back rooms.

is it possible to connect the two wireless routers to extend the range (either with or without the bridge) and still allow my office to be hardwired (in the front room via the g router) and hers hardwired (in the back room - currently via the bridge)? any help is appreciated.
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