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i have an old wireless bt voyager 2091 router laying around so want to use that instead of buying anything else. But can this be possible to flash itto DD-WRT ? The case itself looks almost streamlined with the air vents resembling air vents on a fast car. also do i need to alter anything in the homehub (ive turned off the WDS setting i mentioned above so it should be back to my normal settings) for it to weblink

docrobster Grafter Posts: 132 Registered: ‎04-09-2007 Can I use a second router to extend my network? ‎11-09-2007 10:23 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print im also unsure if i set the voyagers security settings (web, bit length, key, ssid) exactly the same as the homehub. None of the adapters on the BT Voyager website (I have added the link you can't ) will work with TiVo. Stud weight bearing limit [HomeImprovement] by anon© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode

No, create an account now. Stay logged in Sign up now! Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Message 12 of 15 (735 Views) Reply 0 Thanks jeremyrussell Hooked Posts: 8 Registered: ‎08-04-2007 Re: Can I use a second router to extend my network? ‎16-09-2007 1:10 PM Options Mark

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Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... If all is well and you are online, you should be able to browse websites (with this test login there is just one site you can use, http://www.speedtester.bt.com, which can be Log in / Register Menu Recent Posts Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Spy Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Help Help Quick Links Smilies BB http://www.computing.net/answers/networking/configure-as-a-bridge/38182.html It's wireless router functions is standard 54g.The Voyager 2091 is another DSL wireless router with a very small antenna and is advertised as a low cost product.

The final point next to the Apply button is critical, particularly if you are setting this up from a computer using a wireless connection. When somebody uses your email address by mistake [Security] by MacGyver290. Damien (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content < Previous Thread | Next Thread > Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address: Results 1 to 1 of 1 Thread: BT Voyager 2091 as wireless bridge Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… 12-25-2009,10:51 AM #1 Joe_D View Profile

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Back to finding a Broadcom chipset adapter? All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Register Help Remember Me? i managed to get the home hub to see it as a erm wireless access point i think (i know i had to select the voyager in the setting under enable Transfer rate with router and wireless network card within 1 metre and clear line of sight (throughput in Mbps) Thomson 580 Router 3Com 3CRWE754G72-A BT 2100 Router USR 9106 Router Netgear

Many manufactures use Broadcom chipsets including Buffalo so it might be worth trying to find a bridge using a Broadcom chipset also. have a peek at these guys Oct 28, 2006 #3 of 7 DamoUK New Member 26 0 Feb 17, 2006 Ok warning noted Thanks for taking the time to look it up and reply. More concerning for some users may be the fact that when running applications like EMule there was a tendency for the router to run sluggish for other computers on the network. No, create an account now.

Simply just get a hub or AP to extend your range. Get a N standard router, they have great range. Note that if you have a single static IP address ADSL account, there is no need to specify the WAN IP address at all, as your ISP will issue you the http://lebos.org/bt-voyager/bt-voyager-2091-port-problems.php The only remaining items are likely to be some port forwarding configuration if any applications need it, and setting up the wireless security.

The last option under the Virtual Server section is support for Dynamic DNS, which has support for two providers, DynDNS.org and TZO.com. chezybezy, Mar 16, 2009 #3 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,636 That's good. It say's that it connects to USB socket so would that be any good?

Wireless networking still has some way to go to catch up with what is possible via an Ethernet cable, but unless you are copying files hundreds of mega bytes in size

Kozierok. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. There ain't any._________________Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler! If you have left your wireless router in this state, it is simply a case (in Windows XP) of allowing your laptop to connect to the unsecured network.

Select the 'Install BT Voyager Wireless Adapter' option, and follow the instructions it gives you on screen. The contents are shown below, and include: the router, an ADSL line cord with RJ11 plugs, a RJ45 Ethernet patch cable, the power supply brick (rated at 15V ~ 1A ), To actually make your wireless network secure, the simplest option is to select the Encryption page and configure either WPA or WEP encryption. this content I'm working outside the UK until next weekend, so cannot try the advice regarding linking the two routers together, but I will try that as soon as I can.Can anyone suggest