I'm building a mobile video rig for live streaming that requires some connectivity solutions when venues have weak WIFI. I want to bring my own router (possibly Airport Extreme) on location to create a private LAN for my wireless cameras / encoder, but I also need to connect to the venue's internet. I found a post where someone is doing something similar, but am hoping to get some more detail on how this type of setup works i.e. how to setup my network one I show up on location with my Airport Extreme, or if there is a better solution altogether. Excerpt from the original post: ...We bring along an Apple Airport Extreme that is connected to the host venue internet network in bridge mode. That way we are on our own private network that does not have to compete for attention on the radio side of things. This offers solid throughput as long as we can keep the components within range. In larger venues we will bring additional Airports to use as extenders to expand the reach. I will be using either Teradek cubes, VidiUs, or VidiU minis, all connecting over a private network to my Wirecast setup on a mac. Then, I need the Mac to connect to the venue's actual internet to stream to the web.