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Posted on 2010-09-11
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Hi Dears , after i research i find for use Wireless Bridge Link i must use DD-WRT is it right ?

my Second question is , is it possible i bridge two Diff Brand with together ?

for example i have WRT54G and i want bridge it with D-Link or TP-Link or other Brand is it possible i do it with DD-WRT ?

Thanks Alot  
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1) Not "must" - there are manufacturers that make devices specifically intended to be used in bridge applications.

2) Yes.

3) If all of those wireless devices can run (the same version) of DD-WRT, I would say yes - that's possible.
e.g. I don't think v7.0 of the WRT54G can run DD-WRT at all, many D-Link models cannot use DD-WRT, and it looks like only 3 or 4 models of TP-Link can be loaded with DD-WRT.
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