I recently bought a wireless range extender for my computer i currently have a plan with a neighbour in which he will provide me with a connection for money i use a d-link antenna to strenghten the signal i am trying to get a range extender to boost the signal from my neighbours internet so i can use it on my ps3 for online but when i go to type in the ip adress on the url and nothing comes up i have tried everything but nothing works. please help
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You cannot use this router to connect to your neighbour's router wirelessly. It is possible to share your neighbours internet connection with this router, only if you run a cable between. You will need a Range Extender or a Wireless repeater for this purpose.
The best solution would be to move one or the other closer. Unfortunately I understand that this is not always doable. SO, there is another device that you can use to extend the signal of your "hub." I am going to assume you are trying to use wireless on your PS3 for internet. The device you are looking for is called a wireless repeater. It essentially just boosts the signal to allow data to be transferred over a longer distance wirelessly.
If you are using a wire to connect, then you should not be receiving any issue unless the bandwidth on your current internet plan is not sufficient to support online gaming.
-- you can connect the Xe102 to he wall plug where ur router is placed
-- And then reset it from the reset hole on the back of the Xe102
-- and after that connect the WGX102 to the other wall plug where u wanna get wireless access ..
-- And then reset it from the reset hole on the back of the WGX102 as well
-- And once u do that it will not ask for a security key .
-- It will show netgear unsecured
-- try to connect with it and u will be connected
Based upon what I've read regarding and experience with the F5D7230-4 is it will only work with another F5D7230-4 or F5D7231-4, F5D7130, F5D7132 and this are all Belkin products as well I thiink it has something to do with the WDS compliance for this specific model that's why they have clearly specified on the User Guide which devices are guaranteed to work with an F5D7230-4 that is set to AP Mode(Bridge/Repeater).
If you really want to exend the wireless coverage of your Linksys router I suggest you try the Wireless G Range expander(WRE54G v2.0/3.0 version 1.0 I do not recommend since it's somewhat challenging to configure since it has no ethernet port all the setup will be done wirelessly)
click this link for the User Guide of your Belkin router.
if you want to be able to play your ps3 downstairs with your modem upstairs, you might consider buying a Wireless Router that has Wireless G , for your PS3. This will allow you to access your Internet all around your house without wires. I suggest looking for one that features MIMO or range plus max, or anything else that increases your signal range since there is a fair amount of distance involved.
The alternative is relocating your modem downstairs and hooking it up to the PS3. BUT your computer wont have Internet.
-- what is the exact model number of your access point and router? -- what is the ip address of your access point and router? -- what is the operating system of your computer? -- Is your computer directly connected to the router? -- Do you have a wireless computer? what is the model number of the wireless adapter
if you want to configure your access point with your router you may try the ff:
Step 1: Connect the Ethernet port of the access point to one of the Ethernet ports of the router Step 2: Make sure the power adapter is plugged to an available power outlet Step 3: Check if the corresponding LEDs on the access point are lit Step 4: After connecting the devices together, configure the access point’s wireless settings Step 5: Open the access point’s web-based setup page Step 6: When the access point’s web-based setup page opens, change the SSID, Channel, and Wireless Security.
Set your wireless network as a preferred network and to automatically connect to it. Also set it at the top of the list so that it takes precedence. If you continue to get conflicts, change the channel of the router.