corjello Posted April 13, 2010 Share Posted April 13, 2010 Ok, thank god this place still exists, long time no see everyone! My temper is on its last leg, so im just going to lay out my problem, and hope for the best. I currently have two wireless routers, a Cisco WRVS4400N and a Linksys WRT320N. Currently, the WRVS4400N is hooked up to my modem and broadcasting in one part of my house on a mixed G/N on channel 11. On the complete other side of the house, I have the WRT320N set up, and an ethernet cord runs from one router to the other. Please, dear god, can someone give me a bulletproof way to extend my wireless network, so that laptops can seamlessly jump from router to router and only have one SSID broadcasting. From what i know already is that i need to disable the DHCP on the WRT320N, and somhow tell that to forward all DHCP requests to the WRS4400N. I have NO clue how to do that, and know there has to be other options i need to disable/enable. They should both broadcast the same SSID, with the same password. And be on different channels, 11 and 1 right? Honestly, it might just be easier for someone to ignore all my questions and just start me from scratch and hold my hand the whole way. Thanks a ton! corjello Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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