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Changed router to airport extreme - no connection

I recently moved and change from a Linksys router to an Apple Airport Extreme 802.11n router.  I'm told it should work with my d-link wireless, but I have not made a successful connection.  Is this WP2 compatible?  is the Network key format the same?

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Bayoubill:
I am sure that Airports are WPA compatible. You manually put in the key of WPA or WPA2 in the router itself (in your case since you changed the router so please put in the key onto your aiport) make sure that this key matches the key onto the clients workstations or laptops.
Let me know.
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