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I am trying to connect a dlink ANT24-0700 router booster to a Linksys wireless internet router. I realize I need to take off one of the antenna but do not know how to do that without breaking the existing antenna?

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  • captavery May 11, 2009

    the Linksys router is a WRT150N router.

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    I am trying to connect a dlink ANT24-0700 router booster to a Linksys wireless internet router. I realize I need to take off one of the antenna but do not know how to do that without breaking the existing antenna?

    So far not much assistance.


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If you can't easily screw off the antenna then you'll need to take apart the router manually. What model is your Linksys?

Posted on May 11, 2009

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    RescueTechLA May 11, 2009

    Here's an inside pic of the router.

    It looks like you'll have to do a little bit of work to get those antennas off.

    Router Picture




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