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Using Motorola/Arris SBG6782 as primary router for extension.

Question asked by gurluv.bhullar on Dec 27, 2014
Latest reply on Jan 18, 2016 by lotnomore



I want to use the Motorola/Arris SBG6782 as primary router and connect all my wireless devices to access internet through this router. However, i do have a receiver which does not have wireless capability and needs to connect with a wired LAN connection. I bought a Dlink DIR 605L to work as bridge router. I want the Dlink to be the secondary router, connected wirelessly to the primary (Arris SBG6782) router and then provide LAN connection to the receiver. From what i know, Arris SBG6782 and Dlink DIR-605L both support WDS bridging. Please let me know if such a setup is possible.