Originally Posted by Dark_Slayer
That's a beast router. I use one of these with the e4200 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833124338
I stream full blu ray rips wirelessly. The wet610n was $30 free shipping on ebay, but it's not portable. My bedroom HTPC isn't portable either, so I didn't really mind.
It's 20 feet and one wall from all the content shared from W7 HTPC in living room. I gave it a dedicated 5GHz band with no SSID broadcast
Everybody says you can't do it, and there are lots of situations were they are correct. Try a dual band wireless bridge from a place with a good return policy, and if it doesn't work out get your money back and run Cat 6
Dark_slayer, thanks for the info on the Asus router, i was researching about this router. And wanted someone from this community to vouch for it, as most the members in here are hardcore techies. Currently i am using a Netgear WNDR3700 for almost over two years now, its been working great, but few recent add on of wifi components in the house, i have been observing few gadgets dont see the router. I have setup both the ssid's for 2.4Gz and 5Gz seperately.. inspite of that none of the ssid's are visible. Its happening to a few devices, such as one of my sony laptops, the xbox, my cousins android phone.. none are visible.
Other than that, appletv, my hp laptop, google Revue, iphone all are visible and works fine.
After a few hours of researching i found few other people have had the same issue, and it looks like after replacing the router with a another brand everything was working fine. Hence was planning to buy a new router. Was looking at Cisco Linksys E4200 v2 Maximum Performance Dual-Band N900 router and the Asus router. Cnet scores the cisco e4200 v2 router first class.. however i read a lot of people complaining. With the asus router, the only issue i hear is that 2.4Gz, has some deadspots, whereas the 5ghz is second to none.