The Linksys Wireless-G Access Points can be configured as an Access Point, Access Point Client, Wireless Repeater, and Wireless Bridge. The Wireless Repeater mode will turn the access point into a wireless repeater to extend the range of your signal. The WAP54G will work as a wireless repeater with the following devices:

Linksys WRT54G V5 DD-WRT wireless Repeater Bridge range This is the latest in wireless-G technology. Latest version of DD-WRT firmware is installed. Using this device, multiple computers in your house or office can connect to the internet. Compatible with wireless-B (802.11b) and wireless-G (802.11g). set up repeater using linksys wrt54g and netgear wgr614 v9 Feb 28, 2010 Using a Linksys WRT54G to extend a wireless network from a

Looks to me like the directions you're following are changing the WRT from routing mode to bridge mode, which shouldn't affect wireless connectivity. So if you can connect to it but can't get anywhere, that's different from not being able to connect to it at all.

The Linksys Wireless-G Access Points can be configured as an Access Point, Access Point Client, Wireless Repeater, and Wireless Bridge. The Wireless Repeater mode will turn the access point into a wireless repeater to extend the range of your signal. The WAP54G will work as a wireless repeater with the following devices:

to use a linlsys router as a repeater can not be done as per linksys co.how ever you can get on ebay or off of ciso a linksys range extender.or you can get a linksys wrt54g router that has been flashed with dd-wrt software,which is legal.a lot of people are buying linksys routers and chaneing the linksys software allowing them more useage of the router.to find out more you can go to dd-wrt.com

Posted: Wed Jul 30, 2008 2:45 Post subject: Linksys WRT-54G V5 and repeater: I have a 54G V5 with DD-WRT V23 Micro on it. I just replaced it with a modem/router combo and would like to use the Linksys as a repeater. V23 micro firmware does not have the repeater function in the menu. Is there anything I can do to use this router as a repeater? Sep 30, 2010 · Using Linksys WRT54G v.6 as a repeater/ range extender So my primary router is the Belkin n450 DB Wireless N router and it doesn't quite reach to my room on the opposite side of my computer office. I replaced my Linksys WRT54G with my new belkin and am trying to use the linksys as a repeater to boost the signal strength. Nov 30, 2011 · I am using a PPPoE connection using a linksys WRT54G router (working perfectly) and am now trying to set up an Edimax EW-7206APg to extend my wireless connection range. I followed the instructions given on the Edimax manual, and while my devices (iPad, laptop) got connected to the new repeater network, I could not access the Internet from it. Jan 24, 2012 · Enable Wireless: Checked. Wireless Mode: Access Point + WDS; Wireless Network Mode: G Only; SSID: The SSID of your Primary Router, i.e. linksys or wireless. Broadcast: Checked. Channel: The channel of your Primary Router, i.e. 6 – 2.437. Security: WPA Personal (this is the strongest method you can use with WDS) Encryption: AES Wireless SSID and security password of the router or AP you want to connect to. It is ALWAYS best to use WPA2 with AES Algorithms. You should use WPA2 Personal with AES. If device you want to bridge to isn't using WPA2 AES you should change it so it does. 3. Wireless mode, e.g. B-G mixed, G-only, NG Mixed, N-only. It is best to match wireless