Connecting two Wireless Routers without physical connection

ajeesh.chandran

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Feb 29, 2012
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Hi All,

Since i'm new to this forum, I don't know whether i'm posting in the appropriate area. So my sincere Apologies!!

Can anyone help me in connecting two wireless routers without any physical connection.

I have an Airtel broadband connection with Binatone (DT-845W) ADSL+wireless router. The connection and everything is fine but i'm not able to access from certain parts of my house due to range issues so i purchased a TP-Link(TL-WR740Nv2) wireless router to extend the range of the broadband connection. I tried searching Google and did what all i could but the end result was a total failure. Can any one guide me in doing what i said above?
If there is any pdf file or tutorial on accomplishing the above said problem please mail to ajeeshchandran20@gmail.com

Awaiting for the reply,
Thanks and Regards,

Ajeesh Chandran.
 

ajeesh.chandran

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Feb 29, 2012
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I thought somebody would help me for my queries? It seems like nobody is interested.
Hi All,

Since i'm new to this forum, I don't know whether i'm posting in the appropriate area. So my sincere Apologies!!

Can anyone help me in connecting two wireless routers without any physical connection.

I have an Airtel broadband connection with Binatone (DT-845W) ADSL+wireless router. The connection and everything is fine but i'm not able to access from certain parts of my house due to range issues so i purchased a TP-Link(TL-WR740Nv2) wireless router to extend the range of the broadband connection. I tried searching Google and did what all i could but the end result was a total failure. Can any one guide me in doing what i said above?
If there is any pdf file or tutorial on accomplishing the above said problem please mail to ajeeshchandran20@gmail.com

Awaiting for the reply,
Thanks and Regards,

Ajeesh Chandran.
 

x720

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Easy stuff. Flash the tp link with dd wrt and report back.
 


x720

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I thought somebody would help me for my queries? It seems like nobody is interested.


and no one is obliged to help you. :)
 

Muirenn

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Apr 4, 2012
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Wireless routers typically advertise their speed in megabit per second(Mbps). Older Wi-Fi models offered 11 Mbps, mid-range 802.11g routers 54 Mbps and the latest 802.11n routers claim up to 450 Mbps. Consider purchasing a wireless Internet router of the same brand as at least one of your wireless network adapters. The benefit is a small one, but sometimes vendors will optimize communication protocols of their own equipment.
 

ajeesh.chandran

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Feb 29, 2012
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How this Flashing stuff works? Easy stuff. Flash the tp link with dd wrt and report back.
 


manoj321

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Apr 20, 2012
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I thought somebody would help me for my queries? It seems like nobody is interested.

Re: Connecting two Wireless Routers without physical connection you need to purchase WR1500 MODEL from binatone .
 

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