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Configure BSNL Broadband WA3002G4 with Linksys WRT54G2 Wireless G Broadband Router

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    Default Configure BSNL Broadband WA3002G4 with Linksys WRT54G2 Wireless G Broadband Router

    Folks,

    Could someone help or guide me to the complete steps required to configure BSNL WA3002G4 with Linksys WRT54G2 router. I have banged my head trying to setup the two but to no avail.(I have wifi running through BSNL WA3002G4, but need more range therefore need the additional router WRT54G2)

    Much appreciated

    Harry

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    Could someone please help or guide me in the right direction..much thanks...

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    see this link and set up WA3002-g4 for wifi.
    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...reference.html
    Feedback.
    For the other WRT54g2 wifi what is the
    distance ( radius ) and height involved ?

    Please see sub forum "Broadband How to......."
    Guide by @Just4kix for guidance.
    Will give additional link/s later.
    Confirm you have Installation CD from Linksys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by essbebe View Post
    see this link and set up WA3002-g4 for wifi.
    Feedback.
    For the other WRT54g2 wifi what is the
    distance ( radius ) and height involved ?

    Please see sub forum "Broadband How to......."
    Guide by @Just4kix for guidance.
    Will give additional link/s later.
    Confirm you have Installation CD from Linksys.
    Actually the wifi is set up through the WA3002G4, but I need to extend the wi-fi range since it doesn't reach the other end of the house approx 80-100 feet(its an old house with thick walls). I was hoping to somehow connect my Linksys WRT54G2 router and extend the range. Not sure if I need to shut of the wi-fi completely on the WA3002-G4 and just use the Linksys router or is there a way to just connect the Linksys router and extend the range. I don't want to mess with the broadband settings and I'm not sure which setting to use for the router. Currently the WA3002G4 modem is on PPPoe mode and connects to the internet as soon as I turn it on(no need to dial-up). I would like to keep it that way with the Linksys Router. Please let me know if there are any solutions or alternatives to extend the range.
    Thanks
    Harry

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    Actually the wifi is set up through the WA3002G4, but I need
    to extend the wi-fi range since it doesn't reach the other end
    of the house approx 80-100 feet(its an old house with thick walls).
    You can connect WA3002_g4 LAN2 with a rj45 cable ( Max 100 meters )
    to internet Port or LAN1 port of WRT54G2.
    ( wll check up later on WRT54g2 whether adsl modem+router +wifi)
    Any additional phone extension is available ?

    I was hoping to somehow connect my Linksys WRT54G2 router
    and extend the range. Not sure if I need to shut of the wi-fi
    completely on the WA3002-G4 and just use the Linksys router
    or is there a way to just connect the Linksys router and extend
    the range.
    continue WiFI : on Wa 3002-g4.
    see above
    Currently the WA3002G4 modem is on PPPoe mode
    NO change.

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