Difference between Router,AP access point mode, Repeater mode,Bridge and client mode
In particular, repeater mode and client mode are described, either manually or by using the software to set both modes. After the router is set, the router function is turned off. No longer from the original 192.168.1.x into the Setup interface. At this time must be connected by a network cable, there will be Internet connection using the NIC to set the fixed IP, With the above access to set the interface of the 192.168.1.x IP for the same segment, but can not coincide, such as 192.168.1.y can be, if the original 192.168.1.1, it can now be 192.168.1.2, and then enter the settings interface settings.
Today's new wireless routers include a variety of modes, including: AP access point mode, Router router mode, Repeater repeater mode, bridge bridging mode, client client mode.
About the working mode of these routers, in addition to our commonly used without lines from the mode, many people do not understand the role of other, so not to mention the effective use of.
about other kinds of router mode, most of the introduction of the site are very professional, not familiar with the network of professional words users can not understand.
Talk about the difference between AP access point mode, repeater mode, bridging mode and client mode of wireless router
In order to facilitate everyone to find a suitable mode of work, make full use of wireless routers, I am simple and easy to understand the difference between the several modes
Router mode, the routing mode: access to the Internet over a WAN port. The function is the same as the normal wireless router. You can save the broadband account password and automatically dial the connection.
AP mode, the access point mode: Converts a wired signal into a wireless WiFi signal and can set its own SSID (wireless network name) and password. Wired signal refers to the network cable link on the computer can be Internet network cable, no longer need to dial the network cable. Applicable to hotels and guesthouses.
Repeater, that is, Repeater mode: Popular speaking is to enhance the existing wireless network signal, expand its coverage. The router can be placed to the edge of the original wireless signal to enhance the wireless signal. The SSID (wireless network name) and password for the enhanced wireless network are the same as the original wireless network. And this signal can only be repeatered once, that is, only the original signal enhanced amplification, the new signal can not be repeatered amplification. Suitable for villas, clubs, squares and other areas of large area use.
Bridge, bridging mode: functions similar to the repeater repeater mode, also enhances the existing wireless network signal and expands its coverage. The difference is that new wireless signals can be customized to the new SSID (wireless network name) and password, and the new network signal is independent, and can continue to use bridge bridging mode to continue to the distance unlimited bridge, infinitely enhanced. A wireless network that is suitable for sharing other people's homes.
Client, that is, clients mode: Use the router as a wireless card. Through the network cable and the computer without the wireless card connection, the router is equivalent to a wireless network card, search connection to other wireless networks. overqualified, emergency use!