Join Date: May 2002
Location: A charted un-desert isle
Extending Airport Extreme network with DD-WRT
I have everything working on my Airport Extreme 5GHz network, so I don't really want to mess with it.
However, we lose the 5GHz on the other side of the house, so I wanted to use the Cisco/Linksys E3000 router to extend the 5GHz network.
I put DD-WRT on it, thinking that it'd provide me with more options, but after messing around for four hours, I keep getting nothing. I've read more how-tos and tried more different options from the DD-WRT wikis, but I keep losing access to the router as soon as I set any kind of IP to it (whether I try the dd-wrt 192.168.1.x system, or the Airport 10.0.1.x method of assigning IPs).
Is this even possible? Or should I bit the bullet and go get a new Airport Express and make my life easier?