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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
You need to connect all pc's and homehub to a switch so they can talk to one another. Then use the AP as a wireless access point to connect all wireless laptops, and connect the AP to the switch with ethernet cable, and you have a network. Just make sure that only your HH or AP supplies IP addresses or they will clash.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
SOURCE: password on wireless router
OK, You listed this under a print server router. I looked up the DP 300 print Server router and restricting access to the router is not an option. If you are actually talking about your Wireless router for your home network you need to look in the user manual or access the router and go through the configuration pages for the wireless settings and set Security to on and then Select either WEP or WPA as the security format, which ever is supported by your computer, then enter a Security Key. The Key can be anything as long as all devices that are going to use the wireless have that same key entered with the same security method selected. Your user manual should explain better where these option are located.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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