make a router in receiver mode?

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  1. migles
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    my dad works for nintendo.
    i have 2 routers, portuguese ones from ISP (same isp, but one is older)

    i wanted to use the older one as a receiver... the problem is, usually these things are locked to AP mode only, i have root access to both of them

    i wanted something like that: internet -phoneport> router1 <-wireless-> router2 -lan> computer

    the problem, i can't find how to configure the router in receiver mode i am trying things for a couple of hours and i can't get nowhere...
    the router i want in receiver mode is a sagem f@st 3102

    i will send attached files, some pictures of the config page, and i was able to extract the full .conf of the router, so all the configurable stuff is on the .txt (can be opened with notepad)

    i would really love if someone could help me recycling this router to make it as receiver....
     

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  3. migles
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    my dad works for nintendo.
    exactly, i wanted to use this router as a wireless-lan bridge, i am afraid this router doesn't support dd-wrt none of them supports it...
     
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    You need to make the router two in "repeater" mode, and ALL the security settings and SSID must be the same as router #1. I'm currently using a WRT54GL Linksys with DD-WRT v24 firmware to achieve this. Basically, my "Wi-Fi card" on my PC is my router through Ethernet. :P