The systems described here are dependable and simple. It’s, nevertheless, strongly suggested that users follow the instructions carefully. This will eventually save them from calling Linksys virtual router support for help up and facing difficulties.
Need help interconnecting 2 Linksys virtual router for web use? If yes, then the post is for you. You might want to expand the range of your wireless connection all to have internet access all over the area or your house you might be in. The below mentioned guide will help you perform the desired task by yourself and essentially without the help of Linksys technical support.
Instructions:Connect your first virtual router (the one you want to use as the mainserver router) to the computer using an Ethernet cable. Set up the router in a proper manner using the appropriate cables. Now you need to configure the virtual router. To do so, open your internet browser and type ‘192.168.2.1’ (without quotations and as is) in the address bar. Hit the Enter button on the keyboard.
When the virtual router’s login screen comes up, type the admin username and/or password Submit button or and hit the Login anything you see there to carry on. In the interface of the router, highlight the Wireless tab and the click on the Basic Wireless Settings sub tab. Note down the Wireless Network Mode (mixed, g, or b whatever is there), Wireless Network Name (SSID), and other advice and make sure it remains safe as it’ll be required in next steps.
Click on the Wireless Security sub tab and then choose Security Mode viz. WEP, WPA or WPA2. Click on the Save Settings button and leave the router’s Setup interface.
Plug the power cable into the power outlet and boot the devices. When the apparatus have booted, login to the virtual router’s interface in the same abovementioned manner (assess for more advice) in first and second measures.
Highlight the Setup tab and then select the Fundamental Setup sub tab, when logged into the Linksys Setup utility. Under Network Set Up alongside Network Address Server Settings (DHCP), click to choose the Disable button to switch off the DHCP feature in this router. Since the server (main) device will use this attribute, it is not required to have it enabled in the bridge device.
Highlight the Wireless tab and after that hit the Basic Wireless Settings sub tab. Click the dropdown menu alongside select Client Bridge and Wireless Network Mode. Now select the Wireless Security tab and ensure that all the setting match with those in the server device.
Emphasize the Status tab and then choose the Wireless (sub tab). Hit on the Website survey button to bring up the Site Survey dialog box. It’ll show the list of all the wireless networks it could find in the area. Locate your network after which click the Join button. Open your web browser and check whether it is possible to connect to the net or not. If you cannot, afterward review and fit your settings just to those mentioned in this post.