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Dlink 2100 ap

I have (2) dlink 2100 ap's and a dlink wbr2310 router, I had my network set up with one ap and the second ap as a repeater for 2 years.
One ap crashed so ordered another, now when set in repeater mode it reboots every 10-15 seconds not allowing access to the internet.
Have all up to date firmware???????

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If you default the unit, does it still reboot?

If so, it looks like the unit is faultly.

If not, you might have a IP conflict, or channel problem. Check the two units are on the same channel, but have differant IP address.

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