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How do I get the the 5GHz to become available with dual band?

I can only see the 5GHz with our cell phones. I can't find it on the PS3 or on the computer. How do I get it to connect to the other systems?

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You must set it up. Give it a different SSID and Security Key.Try the user manual: http://www.belkin.com/networking/manual/MAN_F9K1103_8820-00778_RevA01_N750.pdf AND http://www.belkin.com/au/support-search?search=n750+db

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