Question about 2wire 2700HG-B Router (2700HGB)
I have a desktop that i use with the 2wire and i just got a new desktop with with a wireless card installed i also got a netgear wireless router it is telling me i need to bridge the gateway help me please
Why do you need to bridge?
Can't you use both devices off the one router?
usually to bridge you would need, effectively , 2 extra access points to set as the bridges, they then connect to the other routers, allowing communication between the 2.
I do know 2wire is slightly different but you would still need something to act as a bridge on the netgear end.
I still don't understand why you need both routers running. Connect both your computers to the same router which has the internet connection.
Hope this helps
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