My nephue has the same problem i told him to junk it and get a diffrent brand. He did and now he has no problem with the internet. Also I just tried to install it on my PC but all I get is a 10 seconds of internet then it does not connect after that. Thats why I was looking for any info on this problem.
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Chip - had a similar problem myself. What I did was setup a wireless repeater in my home. There are a variety of products out there that will fit your needs - a simple 'wireless repeater' search on Amazon or Google will provide you with various equipment to use (costs ranging from $50 to $200 - get the best you can afford that will over you the range extension you are looking for). Once the repeater is setup and connected to your primary router (via wireless), your Kindle should see the device.
One other point of note. I have used the Belkin @TV for a while now and tried it on a variety of different devices including the Kindle. I find that the Kindle performance wise isn't as good as an iPad or Laptop - just a heads up on that.
Temporarily plug in wire network cable into Dell and log into Dell.
1. Set wireless up the same as the Belkin. Save these settings.
2. Set WAN to "Static IP Address and give it an address about 25 higher than Belkin. (Belkin 126.96.36.199 - Del 192.168.0.26). Save these settings.
3. Disable DHCP and Save these settings.
Exit web browser and disconnect network cable. Restart your complete system, first the Belkin, then the Dell, then your computers.
This way, the Belkin is running and able to assign IP addresses to all that start after it.
Based upon what I've read regarding and experience with the F5D7230-4 is it will only work with another F5D7230-4 or F5D7231-4, F5D7130, F5D7132 and this are all Belkin products as well I thiink it has something to do with the WDS compliance for this specific model that's why they have clearly specified on the User Guide which devices are guaranteed to work with an F5D7230-4 that is set to AP Mode(Bridge/Repeater).
If you really want to exend the wireless coverage of your Linksys router I suggest you try the Wireless G Range expander(WRE54G v2.0/3.0 version 1.0 I do not recommend since it's somewhat challenging to configure since it has no ethernet port all the setup will be done wirelessly)
click this link for the User Guide of your Belkin router.
The repeater must be the same brand as the signal it is repeating. Different routers / access points work in slightly different ways and the current generation of wireless repeaters aren't smart enough to work with other brands.
It's kind of like trying to put an engine from a Nissan Altima into a Honda Accord... both make the car move but they aren't the same inside.