A WiFi interface, once installed, is an interface like any other. I can set my routing tables in any way I want. That means, I can set up a pc, with a lan card (RJ-45), a WiFi card, and make a WiFi Bridge. And I can do this this with any card (provided they are the same protocol as the access point which is b/g). Good so far right?
With the old WiFi G being so freaking cheap, and with cheap routers laying around everywhere, I don't see WTF is the deal with finding cheap WiFi Bridges with no restrictions. And by restrictions I mean stuff like this:
"To use the Bridge Feature of this xyz-69 WiFi access points you need to use it only with the xyz-70 WiFi router".
WTF??! Why? Why can ppl just make a WiFi Bridge that will work with whatever as long as is also the same protocol (b/g/n/whatever)? Even I can make one with an old pc and linux... easy (gonna use lotsa electricity but you get the point).
If somebody knows a good WiFi Bridge (b/g) sun $50 bucks that could work with a belkin A/P please post linky.