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Re: Bridging 2 different types of router
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..
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Connect a computer to one of the Belkin's "LAN" ports with an Ethernet cable.Open a Web browser and enter "192.168.2.1" into the address bar. Press "Enter."Click "Login," then click "Submit."Make a note of the WLAN MAC address on the Status page.Click "Wireless Bridging" under the "Wireless" category.Click to check the two boxes "Enable wireless bridging" and "Enable only specific access points to connect."Type the MAC address of the
Belkin router and the MAC addresses of the other wireless routers or
access points that are participating in the bridged WDS network. If
using Belkin devices, repeat the previous steps to obtain the WLAN MAC
addresses, otherwise refer to the owner's manual of the wireless device
to find the WLAN MAC Address.Click "Apply Changes" to save the settings.
1. Use both the Modem and the router as NAT routers. Do this by making your router a DMZ node on your modem, that way ALL traffic will pass to the router, then set up port forwarding etc on the router.
2. Run the router/modem in bridge mode (recommended). You need to set the modem to run in bridge mode, check the user manual for refrences to bridging. Then set the router to connect to PPPoE using a username and password.
To establish the bridge connection, make sure to write down the Wireless MAC Address of the 2wire first. Now login to your Netgear router's setup page and go to the wireless bridge settings. Manually type there the Wireless MAC Address of the two wire. Make sure to enter the same SSID, same Channel and same Wireless Security Key to successfully establish the wireless bridging. Save your settings after that and reboot the router.
What do you mean by "wireless bridging"? Does it mean wirelessly
connecting both routers? (ex. Zyxel is at location A and Micronet ais
at Location B and you'll wirelessly connect them). If this is what you
mean, then it might not be possible since those are two different
brands and possibility is that they will not work with each other when
they're wirelessly connected unless one or both routers have the
capability to do so.
did you read your instruction manual. does it says "it could be bridged to other amp"?. you can't make a bridge to amplifier that is not bridgeable. bridging an amp is a way which it is made through transistor type ampilfier by bridging more transistor inside and more voltage is required for bridging.
I don't know if we could do to an IC type amplifier. ask an experts about bridging IC types how to bridge maybe they know how.
and if you had an successful bridging, you may have a problem through your speakers, they may hit hard but you will experience some errors through your speakers and easy to worn.
To setup your router first check.. Connect the Broadband modem to the computer using an Ethernet cable without the router installed and make sure that the Internet connection is active. If it is not, contact your Internet Service Provider. If it can go online, to setup connection.. Step 1: Connect the Broadband modem to the router’s WAN or Internet port. Step 2: Connect the computer to any available numbered port (1, 2, 3 or 4). NOTE: In this example, we’ll connect the computer to port number 3. Step 3: Make sure the power adapter is plugged to an available power outlet.
Step 4: check if you are able to go online wired..
if not your router has to be configured first, to config your router i need some more information your internet service providers (isp)name , and how many computers do u have totally..