I wish to setup a wireless bridge between two routers, both of which will have wireless clients; however, I want to do this without using a repeater. I would prefer not to have the bandwidth halved.
I have a linksys wrt54g router (secondary) and a linksys e2500, simultaneous dusl-band N router (primary). I want to connect them wirelessly on the same subnet, aka wireless bridge, AND connect wireless clients to the secondary router. dd-wrt says I can use a mode which combines wireless bridging and repeating, a wireless repeater, but this halves the bandwidth for all wireless clients. Is there anyway to achieve the same result, sans a repeater with two linksys routers? Or, will I need to buy additional equipment to realize a wirelessly bridged network, with wireless clients connected to both routers, without using a repeater function?
Thank you very much.