I am trying to add network connectivity to a room in my house without it. I have some old hardware laying around that I would like to attempt to do this with. Here is the hardware I have main router attached to cable modem is a Linksys E3200, I have an old Linksys WRT54GS and a Trendnet TEW-637AP. My plan is to turn the WRT54GS into an access point and use the Trendnet as a bridge to feed a switch in the room that will then feed my devices. Problem is the trendnet requires that both the access point and itself be running WDS in order for its bridge function to work. So my question...with the WRT54GS support WDS in access point mode?
LOL, I hear that, I spent half my day at work messing with a belkin router that supposedly can act as an access point with a few clicks. That was not at all the case. What a waste of technology. Well I'm gonna give it a try anyway just for the education if nothing else. Thanks for the posts!