Step 1
Log into wireless router’s management page.

Step 2
Go to Wireless -> Wireless Settings. Check Enable WDS (Enable WDS bridging).

Step 3
The SSID on the top of the page is the local wireless network name of this router. You can name whatever you like.

Step 4
Click Search/Survey. On the pop-up window, find the SSID and channel of your root AP, and hit Connect.

Step 5
The root AP’s SSID and BSSID (MAC Address) will be filled in automatically. Then please input the wireless security settings and wireless channel to match the ones on the root AP. Click on Save.

Step 6
Go to Wireless Security page to secure the local wireless network of the router itself. The Encryption settings here can be different with your root router if you want to.

Step 7
Click DHCP-> DHCP Settings page. Choose Disable DHCP Server, and click Save button.

Step 8
Go to Network->LAN->Modify the LAN IP Address of the router-Save.
Note:It is suggested to change the router’s IP Address to be in the same network of the root network.For example,if your root router’s IP Address is,IP Range is,while our router’s default LAN IP Address is,we need change our router’s IP Address to be 192.168.1.X.

Step 9
Please go to System Tools-> Reboot page to reboot the unit.

Step 10
Check whether you can get internet when connect to our router’s network.If not,it is suggested to power cycle the main root AP and our router and try the internet again.The two devices could be incompatible in WDS bridge mode if internet still does not work after power cycling them.