Netgear CG3100 Configured as a Wireless Access Point I have 2 x CG3100's & want to use one as a Cable Modem & the other as a Wireless Access Point at the rear of the house, connected by CAT5 cable. Thought it was as easy as disabling NAT, but with no luck.

Access points are used for extending the wireless coverage of an existing network and for increasing the number of users that can connect to it. A high-speed Ethernet cable runs from a router to an access point, which transforms the wired signal into a wireless one. R6020 | WiFi Routers | Networking | Home | NETGEAR The NETGEAR AC750 Dual Band WiFi Router delivers 300+433 Mbps† WiFi speeds, up to 3x faster than 802.11n. Simultaneous dual band reduces interference for reliable connections. The AC750 WiFi Router is compatible with current and future WiFi devices and backward compatible with 802.11n devices. External antennas improve WiFi signal strength for extended range and reliable connections How To Use an Old Router to Expand Your Wi-Fi Network May 18, 2010 Configuring a second router as a WiFi access point using I ended up buying a Netgear Nighthawk router. It is powerful enough for wired gigabit speeds and has multiple antennas for wifi coverage. I spent some time looking into "bridge mode" and "routing tables" before figuring out that the way to accomplish this is to configure the second router as an "access point".

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Now Router B, when connected to Router A using a network cable, will work as a both a switch (allowing you to use its LAN port to add wired devices to the network) and an access point.

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