Note: The latest BeBox Firmware does not have the WDS function built into the web interface, you need to use the command line interface. Instructions will be put here once we have written them.
See: Client Bridge with DD-WRT
How to WDS two Netgears
See: Netgear WDS
How to WDS to a Netgear
See: BeBox to Netgear WDS
How to WDS two BeBoxes
Note: Some routers (like two DD-WRT routers or other more advanced router OSs WILL do WDS in WPA mode but it breaks the specifications). This also includes DG834Gv3s which will do both WPA and WPA2 well.
First make sure that both access points (or routers) are on the same channel and have WEP encryption set to the same key. You also need to make sure that the slave BeBox has DHCP turned off and that it is on a different IP address to the "master" bebox.
Then save the settings, go back to the wireless settings screen and click Configure WDS at the bottom.
Click Scan for networks (link at the bottom) on both of the devices..
they should see each other in their lists. (Note: This step does not exist on DD-WRT or similar, you have to manually type the MAC address of the other device).
Tick the network you want to bridge / WDS with on each device and click Apply.
You should be good to go. Remember that both boxes have to be within wireless range of eachother to repeat eachother! In my case, this had to be less than 2 walls away before packet loss occurred :(