Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
Here are times when there is a need to connect a wired computer to an
access point in order to set it up. To connect a wired PC to a Linksys
access point, follow the steps below.
Connect the PC to the Ethernet port located at the back of the access point.
Assign a static IP address on the computer. For instructions, click here.
NOTE: To assign a static IP address using Mac, click here.
The Access Point can be configured in four different modes:
The Access Point Client mode allows this device to act as a wireless client. You can connect a wired PC to the access point to connect to a wireless router or another access point wirelessly. You can enter the MAC address of the Access Point or use the Site Survey button to select the Access Point you want to connect.
NOTE: The WAP54G will only communicate with another WAP54G when set to the Access Point Client. For instructions, click here.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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