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    Bridging

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    I have a Linksys router on one side of the house and a airport extreme in my office. I would like to bridge the two. The linksys has the internet connection. The reason for the extreme in the office is to hook up a hard drive for backup and access. Any ideas on how to do this, wirelessly? The end result should be internet access and hard drive access from the airport extreme. Any help would be great, thanks.

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    Bridging

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    hi i have done it with a airport express to airport express i presume its the same, i think it might only work if u are tyring to have the airport as the one connection to the linksys not sure u can play around with it urself. Go to airport admin utility, WDS and tick the box with enable this base .... it give u the options there

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