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How can i configure Linksys Wireless range extender

I want configure linksys wireless range extender with secure network.

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Hi ,
i went through the problem ur facing and the only solution that comes into my mind is that u will have to do the wireless settings on the router and copy the same settings on the range expander as well .... no changes.... and do remember that range expander at that time should be connected to the router at that time with the help of an ethrnet cable .....
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