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D-link range booster N650series is out of range

I've no encounter problem in installing this unit and its works with wired connection but with wireless we have difficulty in connection due to out of range problem. what causes that and how can i solve this problem? HELP....

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Re: D-link range booster N650series is out of range

If the wireless device your trying to connect to is right there in front of the router and your getting out of range an antenna could be lose or bad.

Check here to make sure your setup is correct

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