> Are we at the point where routers (1 acting as a bridge) don't have
> problems talking to other wireless routers? I thought that there were
> still some problems where you could end up with a wireless card not
> talking to the router, so I assumed that similiar issues must exist
> between routers acting as bridges?
Problems with wireless cards are most certainly driver related, although
I have been reading that some work better than others. YMMV.
I don't know about router intercompatibility. Devices from the same
manufacturer will most definitely work, and I would assume that devices
will speak to each other as long as they support the same standards.
The only potential problems I'm aware of are with pre-802.11n gear.
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