Jeff - is there any (clever?) way to easily measure decibels of a bridge? I think only you might know any answer to this question on Android or Win10.
I have all the Android tools to measure signal strength of an access point. But they don't seem to display the signal strength of the bridge itself.
The client bridge was set up earlier this week using this procedure.
Sitting at the computer (with the client bridge sitting on top of that desktop) and logging into the Linksys DD-WRT interface shows the Netgear home router signal is being received by the Linksys WRT56Gv8.1 at around
-50dBm with the displayed "Signal Quality" graph coming out at around 65%.
But how can I _measure_ (easily) the signal the other way around?
Is there an Android or Netgear or Windows tool to measure signal quality of the Linksys client bridge back at the Netgear WNDR3400v2 home router?
The Netgear Advanced > Administration > Attached Devices doesn't even show the client bridge. All it shows is the IP (and what I presume is the MAC address) of the Win10 desktop which is attached to the client bridge.
But what Android or Windows tools tell us the strength of the client bridge?