Reuse an old router to bridge devices to your wireless network

Step 1: Configure LAN-side router (Router A) as WAP

How to Configure a DD-WRT As a Wireless Ethernet Bridge
Post as a guest Name. It may also include device-specific directions on how to install DD-WRT, but you'll want to read over the general installation notes as well. Ok, I got it. In some cases, you'll need to install a firmware prep, prior to installing the actual DD-WRT firmware. And, that means both wired and wireless devices.

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Connect two wired networks using a WiFi link (WIRELESS connection between two routers). The secondary router must have dd-wrt installed; the primary router does not need to have dd-wrt. Client Bridged - Join two wired networks by two Wireless routers building a bridge. You can do this in DD-WRT by setting up a wireless repeater. Essentially you connect your AP as a client to the network (as you've done) and then create a sub-interface on the router which broadcasts a different SSID. That is connected to the internal interfaces of the router enabling you to manage the broadcast network. Make sure when you get up to the bridge assignment section that you are using the correct guest network Virtual Interface. Step 1. Go to the Wireless>Basic Settings page. Click Add underneath your GHz WiFi network. You will see a network named "dd-wrt_vap" rename this "FR-Guest" (or any WiFi name you like), and then click Save.