Hi everyone, this is my first post here, and if i'm not in the right group please be kind to tell me what group I should be posting. This said, here is my problem:
I want to configure a wireless network between two building in this way:
in building [A] I have: -A wireless AP router with a wireless G network. (192.168.0.x LAN & WLAN network) -This is the router that have access to internet. -Wired and wireless client
In building [B] I have: -A Dlink DWL-7100AP ( a wireless AP a/g) -A Dlink 704P router (192.168.2.x LAN network) -Wired clients only
What i done (and that don't work yet) is: -I configured the 7100AP in "AP Client" mode and connected to the building [A] wireless network. -I then plugged the the 7100AP in the wan port on my DLink704P router. But even if i configure the WAN ip by DHCP or static, i can't have access to internet. The best i done was access the 7100AP with a wired client on the 704P and 7100AP in the Wan port of the 704P.
I just want to get internet access of the other network, i dont care accessing client in the building [A].
Following Dlink the manual of the 7100AP, the "AP client" mode is to convert any non wireless device in a wireless one. So if follow their logic, it can serve by example to plug your playstation2 wirelessly to your wireless network. In this manner, the network adapter of the ps2 will ask an IP to the DHCP server of the AP Master using the AP Client. In the same manner, i thought that in my setup, the 704P rooter should ask the 7100AP a wan IP, and the 7100AP should follow the request to his AP Master network.
But right now, i can't get this to work. So first of all, is what i'm trying to do possible ??? If so, what am i doing wrong ?
Hoping that I have been precise enough and that you guys can help me !
(internet)======(AP Router Wireless G) - - - - - - - (Dlink DWL-7100 AP (in client mode)