Back-to -back DSL's

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  1. jdreyes

    jdreyes

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    hi, I need to extend the signal of my wifi network in my house as the signal in the bedroom is very weak from the wireless AP in the living room. Right now, I have 2 unused DSL wireless modems and our house has only a 2-wire cable running from the living room to the bedroom..is it possible to connect the 2 wireless DSL's using its DSL port to each other to extend my signal? Here is the connectivity I am thinking of:

    internet===(dsl-port)ISP Modem(ethernet)===(ethernet)Speedstream6520(dsl-port)=========2-wire=========(dsl-port)AztechSL605EW===wireless signal

    hope you can help me here...thanks
    jdreyes, Jun 11, 2011
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