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How can I get an Airport Express to function as a range extender to a D-Link DIR-300 router?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to run "cat. 5-e" cable from the first router to the other.
if this is not an option, purchase a range extender box, which communicates between the two routers.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
Most routers don't require discs and the disc usually contains mere documentation for configuration and help. Routers are usually plug-and-play type devices but if you're definitely wanting some type of program or information. You can visit the below link for your router.
You'll need to specify by clicking the "Click Here" based on the revision of your router (A, B, or D). Once you've selected a revision, you'll be able to download the application and firmware updates for your router.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
There is a little hole beside the Power Plug.
This is the reset button.
You´ll need a little paper clip to press the button more then 3 seconds.
Then all in the box is resetet.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Please see the link below for an example.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
This definitely worked for me. To find out your computer's MAC address, just go to start, then click run, then type 'CMD'. When prompted, type 'ipconfig/all'. Find your ethernet adapter local area network connection, and underneath you will find a lablel titled Physical Address. This is your MAC address and should consist of 6 pairs of number/letter combinations. Then connect your computer to the modem, eithe wirelessly or directly and point your browser to 192.168.0.1. Under Setup click Internet Setup and then click Manual Internet Connection Setup. Under Internet Connection Type, select Dynamic IP (DHCP), then under MAC address, type in the MAC address of your computer. Click Save Settings and Presto! It worked for me.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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