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Repeater not sending signal properly

Our hawking extender works on and off but last it stopped working completely. I spent an hour on the phone with tech support and they talked me through reconfiguring it. It worked for a short time and now is not working at all again. Occasionally the extender will show up on my computer as having excellent signal but yet I cannot connect to the internet. Even when it is working somewhat, it usually kicks me off when I log on to hotmail.com to check my email.

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make sure its IE that you use the configure the extender config as using firefox may not save the settings. check if theres an option of save all settings within the config.

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We have solved our wireless connection loss by connecting the Hawkings by cable to the first computer needing a signal from it a second computer is able to connect to it OK, these two computers are upstairs and the main computer with router is downstairs this is working OK at the moment without the frustration of losing the internet connection

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check cable, you need proper IP configuration

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