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Asus RT-N56U as wireless adapter?

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I have a desktop computer in my room without internet. It doesn't have a wireless card, but I thought that since I had an extra router lying around, it could access my wi-fi network and give the computer internet through the Ethernet cable. If this possible?

So far I've tried looking it up and setting it up as a bridge, but I don't know what I'm doing. I'm hoping someone can help and guide me through. Thank you!
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