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Can I bridge 2 different types of router? I have a Billion 7402GX and another is the Aztech WL830RT4?
Or I need 2 same brands of router to bridge them together?
I need to bridge because the room I have place the Billion router is quite far from my bedroom, and there are walls blocking the path of the signals.
Pls enlighten me on this problems
Yes, you can bridge two different brands of routers. It is not the router but the protocol that the router uses that makes it incompatible. But because of the way you are set up you will not have any problems with different brands. Both will use DHCP to get your IP address..
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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