i am bridging two wireless networks basically b'coz i wanna be able to use the printers connected with Eithernet cable on the router Huawei B683 while i am been connected to the second router Huawei B970b which have an internet connection accessible.

Now after my extensive googling and research i have found that the routers can be bridged and i wanna make the router B970b a wireless bridge to B683 so that all the users could be able to connect to it and hence the printer accessing issue would be resolved.

All i wanna know is can i Put the IP address of the B970b in the setting>dialup>APN>Ipaddress of the wireless router B683,will it be able to access the internet on the router B970 which is wirelessly bridged?

I have attached an image for better understanding and please note both these router have been provided by the same service provide.please follow the link for image

network layout

  • URL is broken: Gives 404 error. – BatchyX Mar 5 '13 at 10:28

No, you can't use the APN configuration to do what you want. That is used if you have a 3G module installed.

The firmware on those devices don't appear to support any type of wireless bridging, and it doesn't look like it is supported by dd-wrt, a third party firmware. You may find some other third party firmware that can help.

The best bet is to connect them via ethernet.

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