Use Netopia 2247 As Repeater For Cisco EPC2425?

Feb 24, 2012

One of my housemates has had to borrow my wifi adapter to connectto cable BB in my house which uses a cisco epc2425 cable router/modem.Recently found a Netopia 2247. Is it possible to setup the 2247 asa wifi repeater so my housemate can simply connect to the 2247 via

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Cisco Wireless :: WDS Bridging With EPC2425 And EPC3925

May 26, 2012

I have a redundant Cisco EPC2425 that I want to use as a wireless bridge to connect to my current home router (an EPC3925).
 
I have got the channels/band/keys matching yet the 2425 is failing to connect to my home router.  I have set the 2425 in bridge mode and currently can only set the wireless properties.
 
I have both ends of the supposed bridge referencing the other's MAC.
 
When I try to enter advanced settings on the 2425 I get a notice that the function has not been enabled.
 
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Jul 1, 2012

I'm not a very knowledgeable person when it comes to networking stuff so ill try and explain this the best I can.I have a Cisco router the number on it is EPC2425.I set a user name and password I've long forgotten for access to the web based security protocols for the modem and if there was one I've lost the disk for the control protocol program.I need to get to the port forwarding a such on there and I have no way to a present.

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Apr 22, 2012

I have a Westell 6100 modem. After my old router, a DIR-655, got zapped by some electric charge from a nearby thunderstorm, I bought a Netgear WNDR3800 router. But I have not been able to get the Netgear router to connect to the Westell 6100 modem reliably [URL]

A friend had given me a Netopia 3347NWG router/modem some time ago but I had never attempted to use it. I was able to get into the web setup screens of the 3347NWG and, without attempting to connect the Netgear router to it, I was able to connect to the Internet via the setup screen. But every attempt to actually go to a web address would fail with a timeout, and efforts to ping always failed with a timeout. Yet the 3347NWG setup said I was connected.

Does anybody know how to setup the 3347NWG so it actually can connect to the Internet correctly so that I am able to surf to a web page or ping an address successfully ?

Does anybody know how to setup the 3347NWG in Bridge mode so that I can use it strictly as a ADSL modem and try to use it with my Netgear WNDR3800 router ?

If I can not use the 3347NWG with my Netgear router I had planned to send the Netgear router back for a replacement since it is not connecting relaibly to my Westell 6100 modem. But if I can get the 3347NWG to work as a modem and reliably connect my Netgear router to it, I will not have to send back the Netgear router for another one.

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Port Forwarding On Netopia 3347-02?

Jul 11, 2011

I installed 6 Q-see Cameras, pretty easy to install. The problem is running the port forwarding so I can view the cameras in the internet. I am running a Netopia 3347-02 router. I am not sure how to port forwarding so I can view the cameras over the internet. On the seeting for the DVR. I can see the Ip address ex. 198.168.X.X and the port is 80. On the Netopia 3347-02 router I went to pinholes cause is wher it will let me do the port forwarding, and I name the port Ex. test,

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end port: 80

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Jan 24, 2011

I recently setup a Camera (DVR) system for a good friend of mine who just opened a restaurant. We are able to access the cameras just fine internally (LAN), but not externally (WAN).

I port forwarded, or 'pinholed' as this router uses, ports 9000 and 80 (changed the routers web port to 81 so there would be no conflict). I grabbed the external ip for the network and immediately tried connecting from home (I was doing everything remotely), and could not access the cameras, neither with the dvr software, nor with internet explorer.

EDIT: I believe he has a dsl line. I wonder if we'd need to change the configuration in the modem itself?

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Aug 8, 2012

What is the default IP address for a Netopia 3347 router?

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Dec 13, 2012

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Our ISP provided a DSL modem/router (Netopia) that I connected to the Netgear wireless router with dd-wrt flashed. All I've done so far is connected the two. I have a connection, but I want to know if it's possible or advisable to configure everything from the Netgear router. But following the instructions here[URL], it seems I have to configure DNS and such using the Netopia router. I don't have a full grasp on how to use them together the correct way - like using the Netopia as an ethernet bridge.

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Aug 3, 2011

I currently have service with AT&T DSL. I have their Motorola Netopia 3347 modem that is set to Bridged mode and going to a Linksys WRT54GL router, which then goes out to a Cisco 24 port switch.AT&T has given us a Static IP to use, which was set up and working just fine when the modem was NOT in Bridged mode. Now that I have it set to bridge mode (as per a request by our VoIP provider), our IP address is no longer static at WhatismyIP.com...instead it changes frequently. However, I have a back up server here that needs to have a static IP so offsite back ups can find our modem/router and then the back up server.I am running Tomato software on the Linksys admin. When I go to the Basic->Network section, the WAN/Internet is set to PPPoE with the AT&T username and password that was originally used in the Netopia modem entered in. If I set this option to Static, it removes the username/password fields, so I do not think that my internet would work that way. Or, would the Netopia use the username/password to authenticate, and then just pass it through to the Linksys in bridge mode and THEN it would use the static IP? what I need to do to make the Linksys grab our Static IP instead of changing? Neither AT&T or the VoIP company can figure it out...

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Apr 23, 2012

I need viewing a DVR camera system remotely through a Motorola Netopia 3347 router. I was able to view the system properly for a year with the old ATT modem and a separate router, but recently the modem crashed and ATT replaced it with this Netopia that I can't for the life of me, understand.I can view locally but not remotely from the internet. I need establishing the Pinholes properly. I'm trying to get it working for port 85 for the DVR system. But I'm confused on the Internal vs. External port #'s it asks for in the Pinhole screen. No combination I enter seems to work. I even tried just using port 80 to get it working, but there was a conflict creating a pinhole for 80 since its already mapped to HTTP.

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I have a netopia 3347W adsl modem/router that I have put in "ethernet bridge" mode.  At that point the RV110W has to authenticate to ATT using PPPOE.  I have verified the username/paswd for the PPPOE connection.  The 110w will not complete the PPPOE connection.  Looking at the logs it shows that it handshakes and authenticates with the PPPOE server.  Then unexpectedly the log shows a termination with exit status 15. It then tries to renegotiate the PPPOE connection.

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Actually i´m working in a departamet of networking in my business with only cisco devices. I used to work with the wap200 wireless-G Acceess point (Small bussiness), but now i have a problem with it. I´m trying set the wap 200 as a wireless repeater for WRT54G but it´s a impossible.

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Sep 21, 2012

I have spent countless weekends trying to configure the WAP 4410 as a wireless repeater.  From what I see the instructions and help screens seem to be incomplete or the WAP is not capable of this function even though it is available.It will not connect to the modem wirelessly as a repeater.  I have tried numberous settings including the same channel and SSID without avail.  As soon as I disconnect it from the wireless modem it will no longer connect to the internet.I have an older WRT 610N which will connect to the modem as a repeater so I don't think it is at the modem end.Searches have indicated others with a similar problem but I don't see any viable solutions except to buy and connect to another WAP 4410.Contacting Cisco for suppor by chat t has been pointless. Either they are not available when I am or they are clueless.

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Jul 20, 2010

I would like to ask for assistance on how to configure one unit WAP4410N access point to work as repeater to one unit WRT120N wireless router.
 
As a background, I had one WRT120N already in my house before I bought one WAP4410N as advised by a Linksys guy. I wanted to wirelessly extend the signal of my WRT120N wherever its signal is so low around my house. The WAP4410N should work as repeater to WRT120N.
 
I already configured WAP4410N to work as repeater by enabling all the  choices in its wireless AP mode like the  “wireless WDS repeater” and the “wireless client/repeater” but to no avail. I successfully setup a similar scenario before using the old pair of one WRT54G and one WAP54G. I replaced the old  pair with the newer one ( WRT120N and one WAP4410N).
 
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Mar 9, 2011

We have a WAP4410N as a Access Point and a second WAP4410N as a Wireless WDS Repeater. The settings are as of below.
 
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Apr 24, 2012

I have an AIR-AP1131AG-E-K9 running as root AP with three SSID's (mbssid), all WPA-2 PSK, IOS 12.4(25d)JA Now I would like to use an AIR-AP1231G-E-K9 as repeater for one of the SSID's (all three are AFAIK not possible), IOS 12.3.8-JEE(ED) So only one SSID is used.

I use exactly the same shared secrets and security settings on both devices, on the repeater the SSID is designated as infrastructure-ssid.Unfortunately I have the problem that the repeater AP cannot associate with the root AP.I have verified that aironet extensions are enabled, same security settings are used and checked many sites on the net which describe how to configure a repeater AP.  Is there any incompatibility between these two APs? I have two of the AIR-AP1231-G-E-K9 APs available, do I need to use the same models?

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Aug 16, 2011

I was wondering if it possible to use the DIR-825 as a repeater. My main router is a Airport Extreme but it doesn't reach the whole house. Now what I'm also wondering if I can use the repeater as well as a SharePort for my external hard drive while it is being used as a Repeater.

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Cisco Wireless :: E4200 - Use RE1000 Like Repeater Of First One

Aug 28, 2012

I need to set my wireless network with those equipments. I have the E4200 with RE1000 in my old place, with no problems. In my new place, there is a blind spot and I bought another RE1000 to use like a repeater of the first repeater (is that possible????). Does not work.

Searching for answers in the internet, I found how to set the WDS (available on the RV110W) :
 
A Wireless Distribution System (WDS) is a system that enables the wireless interconnection of access points in a network. It allows a wireless network to be expanded using multiple access points without the need for a wired backbone to link them.
 
Can I do it with my equipments, or I have to buy the WAP4410N?

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I would like to provide WiFi in a big house of 4 floors so I have installed 1 WAP4410N wired to the Internet router to act as access point and I have configured 3 others WAP4410N as WDS repeater of the first one.In the first one (the AP), I have checked the option "Allow Wireless Signal to be repeated by a repeater" then entered the 3 repeaters' MAC addresses as allowed devices to repeat the signal.
 
Is that configuration OK ? Is there any way to add another (a fourth) repeater to this configuration ? Because there is only 3 fields to specify allowed repeaters' MAC addresses in the AP.

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I have a WRT160N and a WAP4410N but can not get WAP function as a repeater. I have already put as Wireless Client / Repeater and Wireless WDS Repeater. I notice they are both with the same settings security. View attach file.

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Apr 20, 2011

Currently I have a WAP4410N setup and would like to add a second WAP4410N but as wireless repeater. I want my users to have wireless access without the need to keep changing the wireless connection based on their location within the factory.

The AP Mode on teh WAP4410N gives me the options below, but I am not sure which one is the correct one:

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Below is the link from cisco with explanation. [URL]

Also, if have WAP54G, can I setup this unit to be a wireless repeater with the WAP4410N devices? or all repeaters must be of the same model? Existing WAP4410 is setup to operate at Wireless B/G Mixed mode.

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I need setting up a WAP4410n v 2.0.1.0 as a repeater. Warning, this is the first time I have worked with a repeater. I have tested with a netgear router and a Linksys 160n router. Unfortunately I only have the netgear to continue testing with since the Linksys is at my customer’s site. I can get my hands on a Linksys E3200 if I have to. I have tried a number of setting combinations and I still cannot get the signal to be repeated.  So this is what I think the setup should be:I setup the router and the WAP4410n repeater to have the same ssid and channel. For security I first tried to have both the router and the repeater to use WPA2 personal using TKIP then I read that there is a problem using WPA2 with version 2 of the firmware so I then tried using WEP having both the router and repeater using the same key. I selected Wireless WDS repeater mode. I did a site survey and selected my router. Now from what I understand, which is very little, this is all I should really need to do. I have left all of the other settings to the default values. So what am I missing?

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i have WRT120N and WAP4410N, can i config WAP4410N to be repeater to repeat signal from WRT120N??if it can't, could you tell me what kind of wireless router that compatible with WAP4410N?

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we want to use a WAP 2000 Box as repeater of an AP541n. Do naybody know this is possible or not?
 
Which Cisco AP boxes are compatible to act as repeater on a AP541n?

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I am trying to configure repeater mode on an AP, but the authentication is not working.It seems the authentication is seen as EAP-TLS on the ACS 5.2, but im trying to do LEAP.
 
Relevant config root AP:
 
!
dot11 ssid Auto3
   authentication open eap eap_methods
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I recently bought a Cisco RE1000 wireless repeater to boost the wireless signal to my garage office. Since then the signal has been intermittent, fluctuating between strong and weak signals, sometimes dropping off completely. Today I finally uplugged it, and the signal strength seems the same, even steadier, though that could be just the way the wind is blowing today.

How do I know if I'm picking up the wireless or repeater signal? Could it be interfering with my basic signal? How do I know which signal I'm getting?

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