I am having problem using the N300 dual-Ban Wi-Fi Range extender with my att 2wire 3800HGV-B router. Cannot use the extender to access the internet. The Att router works without it. Just want to use the extender to extend my att router signal but cannot.
I have a Belkin N300 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Range Extender but the signal light is always amber and I have difficulty connecting to the N300 wi-fi. Can I use a wired Ethernet cable to connect to it rather than it picking up the existing weak Wi-Fi signal?
I have decided to buy belkin n600 router. my question is can i connect Belkin wireless range extender n300 to belkin n 600 for beater coverage. is this possible ? if possible how many extender i can connect to the router and also can i connect extender with wire and wireless.
Can N600 DB Wi-Fi Range Extender have the exact same name as my N600 DB Router or does the extender have to have the additional characters "_xt" at the end of the extender name, when the first part matches the router name?
i purchased the belkin i described in the title of this post. It instructs me after connecting it to my pc that i should go to web page "[URL] it comes up that there is no site for this address. I can't use this extender until i visit the web to set it up.
how to properly configure 2 different hardware devices to extend the current wifi signal of my home network.I'm using a Motorola SBG6580 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem as my primary access point (AP) and a Netgear N300 DGN2200v1 ADSL2+ modem router which will function "behind" the SBG6580 in repeater mode. I previously had DSL for my internet connectivity but recently switched to broadband cable for faster speeds.Due to the layout of my home, I cannot physically connect the Netgear router to the Motorola modem via ethernet cable and need both devices to communicate wirelessly. I have already done extensive reading on this subject and best practices suggest that, whenever possible, both units should be the same brand/manufacturer. The Netgear appliance does have the capability of being configured as a repeater so if I don't have to buy a "network extender" that would be my preference.I understand that both units must be configured to have the same SSID, subnet, wireless channel and security encryption. In repeater mode the Netgear router can't be configured to use WPA2-PSK so I need to use WEP instead.
My N300 Wifi Range Extender does not let me connect to Internet. I can access other systems connected on the main WIfi network, but I cannot access Internet.I observe as well that all systems connected to the Extender appear, from the main Wifi network, having the same Mac address. I believe that my ISP (Telenet) does not accept that, and that this is the reason I cannot connect to Internet. Is there any way to change that behaviour ?
When trying to update the firmware on my range extender, 192.168.2.1 does not work (per instruction page). When I found my default gateway address, it wanted me to login to my Netgear router -- not to the Belkin extender to which it's currently hard connected. F9K1106V1
My F9K1106 range extender (brand new out of the box) will not connect to my router. I have an ASUS RT-N66U router. The Belkin extender keeps telling me the password to the router (WPA2 security) is incorrect. Every other device (bridges, computers, tablets, mobile phones) connects to the router perfectly with the given password.
I have a N600DB configured as a primary router. I got another playmax n600HD router which I want to configure as an access point that extends my network upstairs and allows me to attach some wired devices like my ps3. I followed the basic principles of setting as access point and my locally connected ps3 and NAS are communicating but no Internet access. How the 2nd router can connect to the internet?
I just connect my new EA 6500 router and I am trying to connect my Belkin F9K1106 Range extender to the 5Ghz and it keeps saying the password is incorrect. I am able to connect to the router using 2.4Ghz with the same password. I have updated the extender's firmware to 1.00.16 and it didn't work.
I recently purchased a Belkin Dual Band Router and connected to the internet at our side-house we have connected to the house. I'm getting a poor to fair signal out here. Just to mention, there is a lot of traffic passing at all times of the day and night. Busy highway. Is there a way I can boost my wifi signal without buying an actual wifi booster?
How do I utilize the dual band feature on my belkin N750 DB? Do I have to set up two separate networks? Even then how when my devices PC, iPod, gaming devices are only recognizing the 2.4GHz band network?
I have belkin n600 hd wireless dual band n router f7d8301 v1. do i need to do any firmware upgrade? should i down load and install V3 of firmware of V1 only? i want to increase / enhance the range of WiFi.
F9L1101 N600 DB Wireless Dual-Band USB Adapter : recognizing and connecting to wireless network but unable to use internet. Changed static IP adress, etc but no luck. Followed instructions on support email response:
Start->Control Panel->Network Connections(classic view)->Right click on Local Area connection(wired)/Wireless network connection(wireless)->Properties->Select Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)->Properties->Under General tab, choose "Use the following IP address" and type the IP address, Subnet mask and Default Gateway, DNS and press OK. Type in the ip address 192.168.2.20 Enter the subnet mask as 255.255.255.0 Enter the default gate way as 192.168.2.1 Type in the primary DNS as 184.108.40.206 Type the alternate DNS as 220.127.116.11
Am currently unstalling and reinstalling. The network is WEP with a long alpha numeric key, which was accepted and network detected and connected. No internet. No internet. No internet.
I have recently purchased a netgear N300 Dual Band router. I am getting some problems with it! I replaced my bog standard belkin 54g router (which never dropped out, never lagged), you just plugged it in, stuck your isp settings in and away you went. Not the same story with this netgear, it promises to give you a better connection in game, but since installing it, all games lag, my laptop is slow browsing, it is getting to the point where we cannot game at all and I am giving up waiting for websites to load! My xbox is connected with ethernet my laptop is wireless, but both lag. Is it to do with the router settings? I am running windows 7 on the laptop, windows xp on another desktop pc, 2 xboxes, one wired one wireless and a wii wireless. All lag!
Why does my HP Photosmart B110 printer not work wirelessly through my new Belkin Surf N300 modem router? Everything is fine using my old Philips CONN-X router.Is bonjour connectivity the issue? All my other devices work fine connected through the Belkin wi-fi.
I am currently looking to upgrade and extend my home network with preference to dual band and gigabit functionality. My problem is choosing the correct hardware.I want dual band to separate the network for the kids (a PC, laptop, Xbox 360 and phones all wireless) and set up parental controls and maintain connection speeds etc. For my needs I need the network to be connected to my Onkyo AV Amp (for internet radio and music streaming only), Blu-ray Player, Sky HD satellite box (all wired) and a PS3 (pref wired) and a few wireless devices all N capable. Apart from the obvious gaming capability I would like to be able to stream HD video to the PS3, PC (wired) and laptops via a USB HDD connected for now on an access point or modem router to save on the cost of having separate networked devices.
I currently have ADSL so I was looking to get a dual band gigabit modem router to serve the kids wireless hardware whilst my current hardware is on another floor and is connected with a wire from the existing modem but I have to keep swapping it from PS3 to amp etc.In short I am hoping to have a gigabit, dual band ADSL modem router and connect to a gigabit access point (with dual band if possible) via the cable I have sent to the other floor to wire up the 4 devices. I've currently been looking at Netgear and Buffalo solutions as I've had problems with Linksys and Belkin routers in the past. Would this be possible with just 2 devices (modem router and access point) whilst maintaining decent speeds and if so can someone shed some light as to what I should get.
I have a Belkin NF5D8236-4 v3 as my main router. However, the signal range isn't the best throughout my home. After a little research and a tight budget, my thought is to purchase a Belkin N150 F9K1001 to serve as the primary router and then use the N F5D8236-4 v3 as an access point elsewhere in the house.I understand that the N150 cannot serve as an access point (hence the idea to use that as the primary), but that the N F5D8236-4 v3 can. Am I correct? Will my plan work? I can't spend much and a booster would cost more than the N150.
Region : Argentina Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP :
I've just set up my new WDR4300. I have a media center PC that is able to access the router and a media center extender that is also able to access the router as well without issue. However, the media center pc cannot see the extender. I found this post which describes a similar issue and talks about another tp-link router that "Blocks SSDP Search or Notify packets, so the PC can never find the Extender during setup."I believe this may be the issue but am unsure where to start looking or how to correct it. I have enabled UPnP on the router and am still having no success. I believe it has to be something with the router since everything works correctly if I hook my old router back up.