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Wireless bridge

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I'm looking for a cheap, relatively simple 802.11g bridge. I have an access point downstairs and a separate network upstairs which I want to unify. My only big requirement is that it support WPA2 for security. Any recommendations?

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My only big requirement is that it support WPA2 for security.

Why is this a big requirement? You do realise WPA2 is not secure and only takes a little more work than WEP to piggyback.

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I want WPA2 support because it's already set up on all my wireless hardware and I'm too damn lazy to downgrade to something else just for the sake of a bridge [wink]

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A Linksys WRT54G re-flashed with DD-WRT. It supports bridging natively so all I need is to get a second one and I'm done - and, as it so happens, I've already bought the second one - should arrive next week [smile]

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