This is called bridging, from what I read I guess, right? Even the official user manual of the D-Link Dir-300 describes setting up an Access Point in that manner. However, on the web interface for configuring the D-Links settings, there is a checkbox called "Access Point" Mode, which is never talked about.
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 14:09 Post subject: DIR-300 client bridge mode: Hi, Please tell me your experiences/hints about how client bridge mode on dir-300 works, in terms of pre-2.4 sp2.
I don´t understand why Seth says DIR300 client bridge is bullsh*t. I find it much more practical than using client mode and having to deal with a separate subnet. axelm, I'm totally agree with you (for me is more practical using a bridge than using client mode and having to deal with a separate subnet).
D-Link DIR-300 - Enable bridge, lose access. I've just flashed a D-Link DIR-300 a couple of times with 1.5.6 as I lose access to the device when I enable bridge mode. after the reboot it never even pinged on the new address, it pings on .1 at first boot and a little bit later in the boot process but then goes back to being unresponsive.
DIR-300 in Client Bridge mode temporarily drops connection. I recently purchased a DIR-300 to act as a wireless bridge for my modded XBox. Got it home only to find that contrary to what the guy in the shop told me it did not act as a wireless client bridge Grrrr. Anyway, long story short, I installed dd-wrt v24 and set it up in client mode.
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Select the Enable Bridge Mode checkbox. Click the Setup Bridge Mode Wireless Settings button. Enter the settings of the other router: Select the wireless network frequency (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) For 802.11ac mode, select 5 GHz. In the Name (SSID) field, enter the wireless network name (SSID). In the Security Option section, select the WiFi security
Configurare Router D-Link DIR-300
Short tutorial to configure Tenda Router in WDS Bridge mode.Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use