I want to link two routers together to extend my Network.
First here's a little background information:
I live and work in the same building. Work in the ground level, and live in the 3rd (top) level of the concrete building. I have an internet connection in my office downstairs, and an entirely different internet connection in my office downstairs. That's two separate bills, approximately 100 bucks/month each.
Now here's my problem:
I want to eliminate one of those bills. The office connection is a commercial connection, so it is much faster. I had the building maintenance run an ethernet cable up to the third floor, so that I could connect my office (router A) router to my apartment router (router B) that way everything is on the same network. These are both linksys routers (Office is a Linksys WRT54G-3Gxx and the apartment router is a Linksys 802.11b router).
How do I get an internet connection to pass through the ethernet cord from Router A to Router B, and have router B broadcast a wireless signal throughout my apartment.
I hope that made sense...
Is this a good question?