Can I create a wireless bridge on two dir-655 dlink routers?

Can I create a wireless bridge on two dir-655 dlink routers?
Jack MurphyOwnerAsked:
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The DIR655 is not setup to function as a bridge.

Just double checked the specs.
If you like DLink look at the Xtreme N Duo wireless Bridge/Access Point
Linksys WIreless N EN Bridge

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Jack MurphyOwnerAuthor Commented:
I am trying to use what I have.  I want to have my wireless devices seamlesslly transition between one device and the other as I move from my basement to my bedroom on the second floor

DIR655 isn't setup to do this and I no longer have a device on hand to test out to tweak it, but from memeroy (and the specs I just read) it cannot be done with the native device.

You'll need a new device
I am not certain how large of area you are attempting to broadcast in, I have three levels and with an old Linksys device am able to broadcast a signal between 3 floors and out-of-doors.  I'd say roughly 45-50m circle.  I have a couple areas that are a little weaker, but overall, every room and in the garden, I can hit the AP.

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Jack MurphyOwnerAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the continued follow up
You are welcome.

Good luck with your endevour
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