3rd December 2019

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What is a client bridge?

A wireless bridge connects two wired networks together over Wi-Fi. The wireless bridge acts as a client, logging in to the primary router and getting an Internet connection, which it passes on to the devices connected to its LAN Jacks.

Then, what is a repeater bridge?

A wireless repeater takes the signals from your main wireless network repeats them on another. It's used for range extension: the repeater takes the signals from your primary wireless network and repeats them on its own network. In addition, the router can serve as a bridge.

What is the client mode for on a router?

It is a wireless connection between two routers only. A router in Client Mode connects to another wireless Access Point (the host router). It uses its wireless connection as the WAN interface, and shares the internet connection only to the LAN ports.

What is AP Client mode?

Client Mode (AP Client) Used to link two wired networks using two wireless routers without creating a bridge. Computers on one wired network can not see computers on other wired network in Windows Network. Client mode allows the router to connect to other access points as a client.
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