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Topic # 59387 4-Apr-2010 16:04
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I bought one of these to replace an old Belkin 54g that died. The old one supported bridging and it was a breeze to set up.

This new one (N150) is a pig - it appears not to support bridging. Any confirmation on that ?
Been on the net to try and find out but there's no definitive answer i can find.

Also I have tried to get it join by way of my existing WDS. 
Any thoughts ?
I just want to use the thing to extend my wireless network and run as a WAP.

I'll take it back if there's no obvious fix.
It's just that I've wasted too much time trying to get it running ... :-)
Thought I'd ask ...

cheers, r 

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  Reply # 314750 4-Apr-2010 16:59
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Look - it's just a pos.
Nothing in software that will allow it to do what I want.
I'm taking it back.

Nothing more needed here ... move along.

cheers, r

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