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Okay basically, here is my setup. Cable Modem running to a WRT54G V5 Router. I installed DD-WRT v24 on the router however. The router is connected (wired) to one Dell ...
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    Wireless Setup HELP!


    Okay basically, here is my setup.

    Cable Modem running to a WRT54G V5 Router. I installed DD-WRT v24 on the router however. The router is connected (wired) to one Dell connected to a printer.

    Now this is in the living room. In my room I have a Wireless-g PCI Adapter connecting to my computer. I have that bridged with the Local Area Connection so I can connect my Xbox 360 into my computer and get a connection as well.

    The problem with this is that I don't know how to set up my DD-WRT Firmware to allow for my bedrooms connection wirelessly without affecting the wired connection.

    I am a noob at networking and any help will be greatly appreciated!

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    I'm not sure I understand the problem. If you have a wireless modem, then it has both wired LAN ports and wifi access. You should configure the wireless side using WPA-TKIP security.
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