On the secondary access point router: Do a hard reset Disable DHCP and set the wireless channel different from the other router (s) Set the IP address to 192.168.1.2 (or any IP outside the gateway DHCP range that does not collide with the gateway nor any other static devices)

I have a older Linksys EA6900 which I am looking to configure as an access point and install wired in another part of my home to provide wireless networking there, but still have all network traffic pass through the Core router.

On the secondary access point router: Do a hard reset Disable DHCP and set the wireless channel different from the other router (s) Set the IP address to 192.168.1.2 (or any IP outside the gateway DHCP range that does not collide with the gateway nor any other static devices)

Hi, Api01. Yes, it's possible to configure the Linksys E1200 router as an access point. Here's an article that will guide you how. Let us know if it works.

Mar 01, 2010 · Hi, I have a Linksys wap54g wireless access point, and am plugging it into a Linksys BEFSX41 Cable Router. I am on Virgin Media in the UK. The problem is I don't have the WEP code for the wireless and … read more

Hi, Api01. Yes, it's possible to configure the Linksys E1200 router as an access point. Here's an article that will guide you how. Let us know if it works. I have a older Linksys EA6900 which I am looking to configure as an access point and install wired in another part of my home to provide wireless networking there, but still have all network traffic pass through the Core router.