You are looking for a "wireless bridge". You just put it in the room you
want and then plug your ethernet devices into it. You should be able to
find one at the usual places. I now you can get one on newegg. Although,
it would be better to just run cable.

Brian May
Project Lead
Management Information Systems
Garan, Incorporated
Starkville, Mississippi

Young i Professionals
http://www.youngiprofessionals.com



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I have a 520 that is orphaned at the moment. That is, it's no long
accessible to my network.



I had to do some reconfiguring and moving equipment around, and at the
moment, my main router is in one room and the 520 is in another.



I'm wondering if I could do something like this.



If I put a wireless router near the 520 and plug that in to the Ethernet
port. could I somehow bridge that router to my other (main) wireless
router that is in another room? Seems like I could do it if I connected
a
PC to the router that is connected to the iSeries using an Ethernet
cable.and then use that PC to connect wirelessly to the other router.



Maybe. But then how would I access the iSeries from other PC's? Could
I
got through the PC that is direct connected to the iSeries?



I have a real problem trying to do networking in general, and trying to do
it all in my head is really a challenge.



Any ideas?



Shannon O'Donnell






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