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Using default firmware I can't find anywhere option of changing mode to something other than access point. Can DIR-600 work in client mode with default or some other firmware? Are other modes available?

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Yes, it most certainly can. I use a similar router with DD-WRT, an open-source Linux-based router firmware. There are instructions for installation on a DIR-600, and instructions for using it as a client (bridge) are here. Good luck!

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No, the D-Link 600 rev. C1 doesn't support client mode.

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Any sources for that? The other answer claims it's possible. – slhck Jan 5 '13 at 22:41
    
Other answer uses an alternative firmware. Might be worth stressing that it is not possible with the default firmware but that the model may support DD-WRT. – Hennes 8 hours ago

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