Have a question for the crowd here..
I recently moved to a new apartment that I thought was wired from home networking, but apparently the leasing manager misled me and that's not entirely true. The old apartment which I just moved from did have a wired home network (I had moved in there more than 10 years ago, so the infrastructure wasn't as big on WiFi) and included a few devices that don't have WiFi capability. So at the new apartment, this is turning into somewhat of a problem.
I have my cable modem/wireless router from the cable company (a Ubee DVW3201B), but it's in a different room from a couple of devices I have that don't have WiFi capability. I also happen to have another wireless router (a Netgear WNDR3400) which isn't currently hooked up to anything. A couple of people I've talked to have suggested getting an ethernet converter, but before I go in that direction.. is there any way to bridge the 2 routers onto the same wireless network? It's not an option to run cables between them. Thanks in advance for anyone who can offer up some advice.
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