wireless router to wireless router - can any consumer routers do this?

wireless router to wireless router - can any consumer routers do this?

Post by franzbrow » Sun, 27 Apr 2008 01:07:01


I have two home offices, and it would be nice to have a wireless
router in each office that has 4 ports that I can plug wired ethernet
connections into (or wired routers). One of the two offices has the
broadband connection (DSL).

I've been looking at the products sold by Best Buy and other stores,
and it is unclear what is the best way to do this.

For the remote office not connected directly to the broadband DSL
line, would it make any sense to use a real wired router and then
connect that wired router to a "wireless access point"? "wireless
bridge"? or ???
 
 
 

wireless router to wireless router - can any consumer routers do this?

Post by franzbrow » Sun, 27 Apr 2008 04:28:34

Thanks Chuck,

Do you have any suggestions on what the best consumer wireless routers
are for under $150?

 
 
 

wireless router to wireless router - can any consumer routers do this?

Post by MVP-Networ » Sun, 27 Apr 2008 06:11:48

Hi
May be one of these options can help.
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Jack (MVP-Networking).
 
 
 

wireless router to wireless router - can any consumer routers do this?

Post by franzbrow » Sun, 27 Apr 2008 08:26:27

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The most simultaneous active computers will be six.

Four computers in one office, and two in the other.

The most load I can think of will be two computers going to different
locations via VPN and then running Remote Desktop Connection over VPN
to do development, spreadsheets, accessing databases... working from
home / remotely.