Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)
I told the shop assistant I required a wireless router for my laptop to enable me to disconnect my laptop from my modem and let me to use it from other rooms in my home. I have internet at home with Virgin. My laptop is connected to a virgin socket at home (not wireless). I've inserted the set up disk and on-screen instructions tell me to connect the DKT-110 wireless G starter kit to my computer (laptop). This does not make sense to me. Logic tells me that device should be connected to my modem and the DWA 111 device to my laptop to receive a wireless signal from the router. Sorry if this is difficult for you to understand but I'm not a technical person and don't really know much about this kind of stuff. Any help would be much appreciated. email@example.com or 07838843929 anytime.
I need to find set instruction in english
Posted on May 13, 2009
The Internet/WAN port on the router should be connected to your cable modem's internet port.
Then on your laptop, you should click on "View available wirless networks", your Router should show up there. click connect and you should be able to surf.
Note::The USB DWA 111 should be connected to your laptop and the drivers installed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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his applies only to third-party routers. Apple AirPort products do not have a setting to enable or disable WMM.
WMM must be enabled for devices to connect. Disabling WMM on your wireless router can prevent the following Apple products from connecting to an 802.11n Wi-Fi network:
If you are unable to connect to an 802.11n Wi-Fi network on any of these devices, check to ensure that WMM is enabled and configured correctly on your wireless router. If you require additional assistance, please contact your router manufacturer.
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