I have an existing wireless network provided by a Linksys WRT120N router.
We have a media device that requires ethernet, and was previously plugged into one of the LAN ports on the router.
We're moving the media device to another portion of the house, and we don't want to run a 50ft ethernet cable. Thus, we picked up a Belkin N450 router to connect to the existing wireless network, and provide network access via its 4 LAN ports.
But, I can't figure out how to use the Belkin router as a wireless access point. It has an Access Point page, but it seems to be for connecting to a wired network. (Providing a static IP, etc.)
How can we configure our Belkin N450 to connect to an existing wireless network, and provide network connectivity to its 4 LAN ports?
I would also be fine with swapping roles, so the Belkin N450 acts as the main router, and the Linksys WRT120N joins the existing wireless network.