Bridging a Belkin router with a TP Link

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware, Devices and Accessories' started by TheDreamLord, Nov 21, 2012.

Nov 21, 2012
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    Member TheDreamLord GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I recently bought a TP Link
    Model No. TL-WR1043N
    and I want to bridge it with my Belkin Wireless N F5D8363-4 v2. I want to bridge it because I have problems with the TP Link, and am using an old zYxel Prestige 600 for the moment as a DSL. Is it possible to use my Belkin for what I am using my zYxel as right now? I ask as the zYxel appears to be capped at 6mbps, while on my Belkin I get 12mbps.
     
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    All DSL routers I've ever used have bridging functions as standard. Look around in the router settings and you should find it.

    As for how to do it (if you find it), look for online tutorials.
     

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