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D-link 2100AP as Client for X-box

When i use my Netgear router i can set my D-link 2100AP as a client on my x-box and it works fine. The problem i have is when i change my router to a BT home hub and connect the same D-link 2100AP to the home hub as a client it does not allow access to the internet for my x-box.

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You need to disable the dhcp server on the access point. This will conflict with the bt router since it too has a dhcp server. Hope this helps

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