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Bridging a Netgear Network (wireless) Using an FM114P and a ME102 AP

Posted on 2004-11-05
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27

I'm trying to bridge my network wirelessly.

I have an FM114P router/firewall/printserver/wireless. Im using this as the main router (DHCP) for wired and wireless.
Now I want to take the ME102 and set it up so it bridges another wired network thru the wireless connection.

I can't seem to get this to work right. The ME102 does work as Bridge also so I figure Im just not configuring things right.

Thanks for any help.

Question by:bertmn
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JonSh earned 500 total points
ID: 12510445
I don't know your particular hardware, but most home equipment either works in bridged mode or access point mode.  If you want to create a bridge between the FM114P and the ME102, I'll bet you will have to lose the FM114Ps access-point functionality.....

....ot I didn't understand you :)

Author Comment

ID: 12510521
Yea I'm trying to see if the FM114P will do bridge mode

Author Comment

ID: 12510530
I can get the ME102 to pull an IP from the FM114P thru Access Client but then how do I get the connection via ethernet to go thru?

Author Comment

ID: 12510536
really all I want to share is the FM114P's internet I actually have bridge wireless to LAN off so wireless connections can access my wired LAN

Author Comment

ID: 12510538
can't access my LAN (type*)

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