- Jul 18, 2006
Yes, just run a CAT5 cable between the 2. On the secondary one set the Ethernet setting to Dynamic IP or Static IP and give it an IP address. When I set mine up I set it to Dynamic and set a static IP allocation on the Pi Zero that is set up with Pi-hole that acts as my dhcp server as well.Has anyone tried to use the B618 as an access point?
I have two B618 routers (I stuffed up an antenna port on the one) but otherwise still working 100%.
I would like to connect the two with a network cable +-30m away.
I saw on Youtube there are options to convert routers to access points this way.
What would this entail?
Please advise on connections and settings.
The Pi Zero is powered by main routers USB port and connects to it via WiFi.