Is it possible to bridge home wirelesss routers?

My current setup.
At the top of my house I have a Netgear DG834G Router.
At the bottom of my house I have a Netgear DG834G Router.

I would like to use the 2nd wireless router to 'bridge' to the 1st one.  I can then plug in, via ethernet, my desktop pc.

Is this possible, and if yes, how do I do it.

Thanks in advance
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Does not look like that model supports bridging.

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You have the following types of Wireless Devices:

1. Wireless Router (Usually provides wireless access, connectivity to network and a gateway to the Internet)
2. Wireless Accesspoint (Provides wireless access and connectivity to existing network)
3. Wireless Bridge (Provide extension of wireless from a Wireless Router or Accesspoint)

What you are looking for is the 3rd option.

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