I need some clarification and perhaps some advice. I currently have an 11B wireless home network and am interested in connecting a linux based machine, a ethernet printer, and a linksys NSLU2 to the network. They are all together but in a different area of the house. I was thinking a WET54G wireless bridge would do the trick, but the guy at the store (who didn't have the bridge in stock) told me that a simple access point (WAP54G) would work just as well. The linksys site does say the WAP54G can act like a "cable-less cable" to connect remote areas. If this is true, why would anyone buy the bridge which is more money? And if this is all true, does it extend to a router like the WRTG54 and would i be able to connect it with my old BEFW11S4?
Thanks to anyone who can help me. Nick