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Cant achieve 6km link using tplink 5210 in bridge ap mpde

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Try to update the firmware.Here is the link TPLINK
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ok , need to assign your computer a Static IP address within the same
range as the AP's IP address, ip address of AP is : 192.168.1.254
the ip address for pc such: 192.168.1.253, then open your browser and write the ip address of your AP then you will be inside it .

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Tp-link tlwa5210g wireless single not flashing


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Possibly, It all depends upon the chipset and hardware. I would check out dd-wrt.com they have many guides and good user forums that may help you. the dd-wrt is an open source firmware that if applicable worked great for me on some rather shoddy OEM devices.

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Set the DWL2000AP+ as "Bridge Mode" and the new AP (DWL2100) in "WDS Mode".
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Considering what you started with, it should be slow :-)

If this were my installation I would run HUGESNET>Router>BRIDGE>BRIDGE>ROUTER/AP>PC

The first router is the 150N. The Bridges are two Wireless Access points in bridge mode designed for distance. A nice unit for this application is a TP-Link WA-601G with antennas (ANT2408) found here:

http://www.tplink.com/products/wlan.asp

It will cost you an extra $100-150 depending on antenna, but it should get you good results, considering the SAT is probably 300 down and 128 up :-)

Carl

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I don't think it can. An inexpensive wireless access point will work as a bridge. I use the TP Link brand with detachable antenna.

http://www.tplink.com/products/product_des.asp?id=116

Using the terms using the dlink router as bridge you get results of people who claim it can't be done because of firmware. The same question on the D-Link help site mentions DL to DL bridges, but not with the 624.

Carl

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