If I have two of the same 150Mbps wireless N routers hooked into a main non-wireless router as wireless repeaters (DHCP disabled on wireless routers and they are essentially no longer routers) does their independent bandwidth stack effectively equalling 300Mbps?
I would have them spread over the house such that they would really be acting as range boosters and I imagine by default the answer is that they are not currently stacking but perhaps some configuration adjustments might allow this?
I see nothing stopping it except the capability of the wireless cards connecting to them.
I guess another or better question is do two identical non-routing wireless routers complement each other or fight each other? ie, If I were to have 4 of these same routers, would my wireless network be capable of 600 Mbps?