D-link Dir-615 :: How To Extend Wifi Range

Apr 25, 2011

How do I extend my wifi network?I have a Dlink DIR 615....

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Extend Wifi Range Of Router Via Cat5 Cabling?

Aug 9, 2012

Our wireless router is in a room at one end of the house (beside the telephone point) from which ethernet cables can connect to the Cat5 sockets taking the broadband to the other rooms that have a Cat5 socket. That is fine for connecting devices to the sockets in the other rooms but because the house is old with thick walls our wifi signal fades to nothing in some parts of the house. Moving the wireless router only moves the problem to another area. I thought about a wifi repeater but the room I would like to locate it in to then boost the signal to the rest of the house is borderline on the range for the wireless router. Is it possible to connect another wireless router or device to the main wireless router through the Cat5 cabling so that the second router/device can offer wifi to that area of the house?

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Mar 9, 2012

i having balkin f7d1401 how can i extend wifi range .

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Linksys Cable / Dsl :: Wag354g - Extend The Range Of Wifi?

Feb 4, 2013

I have a WAG354G that i would like to use to extend the range of my WiFi.  First Question is - is it possible, and the second is how do i do it?

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D-Link DIR-655 :: Add A 3rd To Extend Range?

Dec 10, 2012

We own two houses next door to each other and I have the first 655 set up as WAP, wired to second in other house as a range extender.  Works perfectly. I would like to add a third 655 (wired to the second) to extend my range further.

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D-Link DIR-655 :: Can Use One To Extend Wireless Range

Jun 4, 2010

I get 10% signal in my bedroom using WEP2 and I would like to boost this to at least 50%

1) I have 2 DIR-655 Wireless N routers, both functional.
2) The first router is on the other side of the house from my room
3) The second router is not in use at all ... I'd like to take advantage of it
4) I have an Ethernet drop in my bedroom that runs under the house to the first router. I have a switch on that drop and use it for my Sony / Netflix box ...

I have been told that the DIR-655 cannot be used as a repeater. Can I not take advantage of the 2nd router to boost my signal in any way?

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Belkin Routers :: Cannot Extend Signal With N300 Dual Ban Wifi Range Extender

Feb 10, 2013

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.

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D-Link DIR-655 :: Connect Two Routers To Extend Wireless Range?

May 15, 2011

I have two Dir-655's - router1 and router2.

DHCP enabled range = to
Router 2:
DHCP disabled

Routers are connected to each other via LAN ports with a switch in between.Both routers have the same wireless SSID with the same password. I am able to connect wirelessly to both routers no problem.

I have a machine running a shared iTunes library which has a wired connection to router1. I also have an Apple TV wired to router2. My issue is if I am connected wirelessly to router2 I may or may not be able to connect to iTunes library. Conversely, if I am connected wirelessly to router1 I may or may not be able to play content from iTunes to Apple TV. I cannot figure out why everything works fine sometimes yet at other times I cannot connect devices between the two routers.

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Use Laptop To Extend Wireless Range?

Oct 27, 2011

I have a couple of computers that are out of range of my router so I came up with a unique solution. I have an old laptop with 2 wireless cards that I put halfway between. It is working but I have a few oddities. First of all, the out of range computer is connected to another wireless router that several laptops and another (wired) PC connect to. It has ICS (Windows XP internet connect sharing) enabled. This rules out using ICS on the laptop as 2 pc's would have the address of

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Extend The Range Of A Wireless Network?

Jan 20, 2012

I'm trying to extend the range of my wireless network from my house to my workshop, which is about 600 feet away. There are no trees or other objects in between the two buildings. how I could boost my wireless signal to reach that far?

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Extend Wireless Signal / Range Of Internet?

Dec 7, 2012

how do i extend wireless range and increase signal to granny flat for internet? from the modem to the granny flat about 15m+, i tested it with my laptop get 3 green signal and on inSSID get around 74+ RSSI but with Asus-n13 and mini Tp Link wireless USB adapter get above 79-80 RSSI. don't know why but i get signal for surfing internet on laptop but randomly get drop out. household gave me $200 to improve the signal....

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Belkin Routers :: Best Way To Extend N150 Range

Jan 9, 2013

I have a Belkin F6D4230-4 Enhanced N150 router. Would it be advisable to add a range extender to hit weak signal areas or simply upgrade to a more powerful router?

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Wirelessly Use Second Router To Extend Home Signal Range

Jul 23, 2012

I have a BT home hub 2.0A (BT is our ISP) it covers most of our house except for my bedroom. I have two spare routers i'm not using, one is a Speedtouch ST585 v6 and the other is a Belkin F5D7632-4 and was wondering if I could use these to extend the range of the home hub wirelessly. As far as I can tell I cannot install dd-wrt on any of these 3.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Is It Possible To Extend Range Of WRT54GX V

Aug 6, 2012

I am trying to use the Netgear WNR 2000 V3's repeater function to wirelessly extend the range of a Linksys WRT54GX V.2. I have the SSID's and channels the same. I had the Netgear working great as an extender with my Apple Airport Extreme base station (equipped with WDS). As far as I know, the Linksys is not equipped with WDS.

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Cisco Wireless :: Wirelessly Extend Range Of WRVS4400N?

Oct 31, 2009

I have a WRVS4400N v2 acting as a gateway connected to a cable modem and am interested in extending it's range by placing a WAP4410N elsewhere in the building to cover a deadspot.  Is there a mode on the WAP to best achieve this (e.g., wireless repeater, bridge, etc.)?  I had assumed that it would be the wireless client/repeater mode, but the thread below leads me to believe otherwise, but is not labeled as resolved.
As a different approach, could I extend the range of the original gateway WRVS4400N by dropping a second WRVS4400N in the deadspot and setting it to router mode?  Language in the WRVS4400N v2 administrator screens lead me to believe that I could try this but I am unclear as to whether it would work wirelessly or need to be connected to the gateway via an ethernet cable, which is what I am trying to avoid.

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Tp Link Wifi Range Repeater Keeps Locking Up

Sep 9, 2012

I have the main router, which is SMC SMCD3GN from Rogers in Canada, and I have heard from MANY people that this router REALLY sucks..especially the range. And I myself also had problem with low signal in the 2nd floor of my house, so I purchased the wifi repeater (TP Link) to extend the range. I followed the guide given in the box, and everything was set up flawlessly. However, after a few hours of use, all my devices (laptop, tablet, phone) which are in the same room as the repeater decrease the signal again, to the point where it was before I purchased the repeater. Then if I disconnect the wifi and reconnect, the signal is full again. Sometimes I have to unplug the repeater from the wall and replug in order for it to work.

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Adding 2nd Wireless Router To Network In Order To Extend Range?

Mar 25, 2011

i have intermittent connectivity on the 2nd router that was installed on the network in order to extend range. 2nd router is connected to the original wireless router by an ethernet cable.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Add WRT54GL To 2 Wire To Extend Its Range?

Jul 26, 2011

Just purchased WRT54GL for family friend to extend the wireless range of their DSL via 2Wire ATT modem Wireless router. One desktop computer will stay wired to the 2Wire and laptop or 2 will connect to the WRT54GL since the 2Wire cannot reach into the yard (metal buiding). I've seen several examples of connecting two WRT54G together.  I Can I do that well with std Linksys software or would I be better off downloading Tomato or DD-WRT third party?

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Belkin Routers :: Connect 2 N600 Wireless To Extend Range?

Nov 1, 2012

I have a 3 story townhouse and want to have one n600 connected to my modem on the 3rd floor and then have the other downstairs connected through wireless to the one upstairs. I have seen lyncsys will do this but will the belkins?

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Linksys Cable / DSL :: WAG160N No Longer Use And Would Like To Extend Wireless Range

Feb 22, 2011

I have a WRP400 connected to the internet, and have a WAG160N that I no longer use and would like to to extend my wireless range.I connected them via an Ethernet cable and it seems to work fine without configuring the WAG160N (seemed to just work automatically), but I can't access the WAG160N admin GUI (tried all sorts of IPs in the WRP400 range) to change any settings (frustrating). My guess is that it's probably not the best way to set it up.
1. Set the IP of the WAG160N (The WRP400 is set to, so should I change the WAG160N to Or should I be setting it within the WRP400's DHCP range which starts at

2. Swtich off the DHCP on the WAG160N. (I think I tried this late last night and it wouldn't assign an IP to my laptop, unless I did somehting wrong)

3. Connect the two using a ethernet cable.
After I do this I should still be able to access the WAG160N's admin GUI with the IP assigned in step 1?

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D-link Dir-655 :: Extending Range Of Wifi With Booster Amplifier?

Aug 16, 2012

Extending Range of my wifi with > D655 >> Booster Amplifier?I am looking to extend my WIFI signal to cover 50 Acers.I currently have 35� height tower with Dir-655 in box with 3 big Omni directional Antennas.  It works but covers half of 50 Acers and it is slow.I am thinking of buying 802.11b/g/n 2.3W Wifi Booster Amplifier.

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D-link Dir524 - Connect Two Wifi Routers To Increase The Range?

Oct 25, 2011

how do i connect two wifi routers to increase the range. One router is a cisco WRT120n and the other router is a d-link DIR524..

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT610N Way To Repeat 5GHz Network To Extend Range

Dec 27, 2010

I have the WRT610N, and I was wondering if there is a way to repeat the 5GHz network to extend the range.I am trying to stream content from a Blu-Ray player, and while the 2.4GHz network reaches, the signal is very weak.  The 5GHz network doesn't reach, but I would prefer to stream content through that network than the 2.4GHz.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Booster For Cisco 3800HGV-B To Extend Network Range?

Aug 15, 2012

I would like to know what to buy to extend the range of my wireless network , which will not reach throughout my house.  
Also, I would like to know what the button is for on the front of of the router, since it is not a WPS button, according to ATT.  

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Tp-link 150mbps Wireless :: Wr700n Difference Between Wifi Range Extender And Repeater

Apr 9, 2013

Region : Singapore
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Hardware Version : V1
Firmware Version :

Since i know there's a "Repeater Operation Mode" in TL-WR700N Wireless Lan Mini Pocket Router, so what's the difference between TL-WA850RE WiFi Range Extender?I know the maxium speed support is different, but.... what else ?

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How To Set Up Or Configure A Repeater To Extend Wifi

Oct 31, 2012

im just want to ask a favor if you can guide me to set up or configure a router repeater to extend my wifi at my home. i dont have a specific brand of repeater yet.. im planning to buy but i have no idea how to set up a repeater by myself.

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How To Extend Wifi Signal From Neighbor

Aug 9, 2011

My friend has an internet connection and Wifi, it reaches my room but with poor signal, is there any way I can strengthen up the signal?

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Feb 16, 2012

i have linksys modem modell wag200g annex-A and stc modem (saudi Telecom company) how can i expand wifi signal to other room

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How To Extend Network Where Wifi Doesn't Reach

Aug 11, 2012

I have a network of one router which servers both LAN and wifi, my laptop can only use wifi to connect but the range of the router doesn't reach the third floor. I need a way to either extend or create a second hot spot but I'm not sure whether to use a repeater, a hub or a switch? this is my first time dealing with a network

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Extend E4200 V2 Wifi Network With Airport Extreme

Jan 25, 2012

I have a E4200v2 i also have a Airport Extreme I want to use this to extend my wireless range in my house? I've played around a little tring to configure the Airport extreme but can't seem to get it to connect to my E4200v2? Can you mod the Airprt Extreme with dd-wrt or something that might unlock some of the features?I can't stand the interface. The E4200v2 is brand new.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Wrt54gs - Extend Wifi / Configure Devices For Ssid

Feb 16, 2012

I have two WRT54GS routers. I want to extend my WiFi from the router connected to my upstream in the office to a second router in the living room. I want devices configured for the SSID and passphrase of my current WiFi (which is find in the office) to work seamlessly in the living room. I understand I can do this by running a cable and configuring router 2 as a client of router 1 with router 2 exposing the same SSID and passthrase on a different channel.
But I really don't want to run a cable.There is a point where a client can see router 1 where an AP would cover the living room.
Can I put router 2 at that point, have it connect wirelessly as a client to router 1, and have it expose as an AP using the same SSID and passphrase? Can this be done without wiring the router?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Extend E4200 Wifi Networks With Cisco Ap1250?

Mar 26, 2012

I assume that the E4200 uses VLANs for the the guest network.  Is it possible to trunk the LAN interface and pass that vlan to the switch so that you can pass the vlan to an AP?Would be great to see the Guest wireless on the Cisco 1250 like I do the main SSID.

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Connect Netgear N300 Wireless Router (wnr2000v3) To Extend Wifi With Ethernet Cable

Jan 22, 2013

I have an arris broadband modem combo and the wifi signal in the basement is poor I tryed to connect a netgear n 300 wireless router (wnr2000v3) to extend the wifi with an ethernet cable but the neatgear router does not have an internet connection.

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