Question about Belkin N Wireless Modem-Router F5D8633au4A
A client has a BELKIN N SERIES ROUTER now he wants to extend his wireless connectivity and he want to add 3 NETGEAR ACCESS POINTS in his organisation.
Now the problem is that, can we configure these 3 NETGEAR ACCESS POINTS with BELKIN N SERIES ROUTER?
He needs WIFI connectivity between these WIFI DEVICES and it is beneficial for him to increase his WIFI CONNECTIVITY.
Please reply me and help me to solve this query of client on urgent basis.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are several reasons why this happens. dont use belkins utility use windows utility it will ask you if you right click the icon in the tray.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
Belkin says IPSec pass thru works now. I'll know tomorrow.
F5D8231-4 WW v4.00.18
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Whoops, found it. http://cache-www.belkin.com/support/dl/f5d6231-4_manual.pdf
If I were setting this up for myself or a customer, I'd keep the Airtel IP's and let it be the DHCP server. To do this, you pick a fixed IP address for the Belkin, something like 192.168.1.251. Log into the Belkin and change the LAN IP address to that and turn off DHCP. Those instructions start on pdf page 34.
Now, plug one of the 4 ports into the Airtel, and from a computer connected to the network type in 192.168.1.251 in Internet Explorer. It should get you to the Belkin where you finish setting it up for wireless security and password from page 38.
You won't use the WAN port.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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