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Reset both of the APs back to factory settings, for
starters. From here on, I followed a solution that I stumbled across:
"1) Go to HOME > WIRELSS and choose WDS with AP.
2) Enter the oppsite DWL-2100AP's MAC Address in the first MAC space.
3) Enter an SSID, (this needs to be the same on both DWL-2100AP's)
4) Choose a channel, (this needs to be the same on both DWL-2100AP's)
5) Choose encryption, (this needs to be the same on both DWL-2100AP's)
And click APPLY.
Now do the same on the other DWL-2100AP."
I got this off the forums Mybroadband.co.za
You've connected two points and they will now show up as a single wireless connection. Since you've set them up as a bridge, you can have wired devices connect through them nice and easy. In my case, I used them to bridge a single wired connection from a router in one building, into a switch in the other building.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
Check whether DHCP is enable on ur main AP.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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