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Installed hawking wireless range extender- as soon as I connect it to linksys router, the router and desktop pc (connected with an ethernet to the linksys) can no longer connect to the internet, but the laptop can access the extender ssid I set up. HELP

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  • karenvelez Jul 30, 2009

    Yes, I was able to have both connected simultaniously before adding the extender. The DNS settings are definatey correct- will try the fix of changing the modem to a lan port. Thanks

  • Pavan Ponangi
    Pavan Ponangi May 11, 2010

    were you able to connect both the Laptop and PC simultaniously before the Hawking extender in any case try connecting the cable from the modem to the ports number 1 instead of the port INTERNET and this should work also check to see that the DNS server Settins and other settings are set right too

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