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#1 Caspersim

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Posted 05 May 2009 - 03:42 PM

I am working on adding a second PC in the basement, there is a Siemens Gigaset SE567 router/modem running the wired and wireless internet upstairs. I can not run cables from that router to the second PC, and would rather not buy a wireless nic for the second PC.
So my thoughts....I have a second Siemens Gigaset SE567 router/modem and am looking at turning the it into a bridge. The only problem is it doesn't seem to work (just like trying to portforward a SE567). I have tried to follow some step-by-step instructions but they seem to take me to 'options' that I don't have.
I have logged onto the SE567 and browse around but can't seem to find what I need and the instructions that I was following, two different threads, seem to be for some other router or firmware. I tried to look for new firmware, not knowing if that will help or not, but the support for these router/modems kinds sucks.

Any help with this will be appreciated.
TIA
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