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Plug in a pc using cat5 to one of the ports on back (not the wan port). If the router is running dhcp which is probably is, it should assign an IP to your pc. Now open your network adapter and view the status, advanced view should show the ip, subnet, gateway and dns info. The gateway is usually your router/firewall. Go to that IP using a web browser to manage. If your not getting IP's from the router, try a factory reset, if that doesn't work the unit may be faulty.

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My Hawking 801 is 2 years old. It has started losing its configuration. I launch the set up CD, follow the instructions, put it within range of the main wireless router and in less than 30 minutes it...


First thing you need to do is setup the IP, Subnet Mask, and Gateway of
your extender. Before any connection of the extender, we have to find out the IP of the router. Start Menu Run Type "cmd", hit enter In the black command prompt window, type "ipconfig" The ###.###.###.### to the right of default gateway is the IP of your router.
For example...192.168.1.1
Now you can either connect the extender directly to your computer or
to the router.

Use the wizard to find the extender and to change the information of your
extender to...
For example based upon the above #...
IP: 192.168.1.*** (Subnet: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1 ( The *** can be any # up to 250 except for the routers...typically we use 235.

After the wizard saves and reboots the print server, connect it back to the
router or leave it there.

Then open up your Internet Explorer and in the address bar, put in the
Address of the router in (192.168.1.235).

It should come up and ask your for the username/password (admin/1234) if it
doesn't then power cycle the device.

On the main page of the extender, fill in exactly the wireless
settings of your router here.
Make sure you fill in...
SSID Channel
Encryption

After you save, you should be able to disconnect the extender via lan cable
from the router and use it wirelessly.




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Oct 09, 2011 | Hawking 802.11g Wireless-G Range Extender

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How to setup up for repeater mode


This particular Hawking device must be configured after it is connected to your LAN and powered up.

Before you can do this, you will need the software from Hawking. If your devices Serial Number begins with HEMCHWREN1 use the link below"

http://hawkingtech.com/products/downloadfile/114.html

If you have a Revision 1 device with a Serial Number begins with HEMCREN1R1 use this link:

http://hawkingtech.com/products/downloadfile/117.html

Once you have the software, here are the steps you need to follow:

  1. Connect the A/C power adapter to an
    electrical source, and then connect it to the
    'Power' socket of the Range Extender.
  2. Connect your Range Extender to a LAN
    port on the Router or AP that you would
    like to extend (repeat) the range on.
  3. Connect your PC to any of the LAN ports
    located on the back of your router/AP.
  4. Now run the appropriate program you obtained from the instructions in the beginning of the answer.

When the auto-load page appears, click the Setup Wizard option on the right and follow the Setup directions.

Scan for your Range Extender by clicking the 'Search' button. Once found, click the device to highlight it and click 'Next".

Choose a name for your Range Extender. You will use this name to identify and connect to your extended network. Optionally, you may change your login username and password. Click 'Next'.

At this point, the Setup Wizard should automatically obtain a new IP address for your Range Extender from the Router. Please wait for this IP to generate into the IP address field. Note the new IP address and click 'Next' to continue.

In the Search box, find the Wireless Network that you would like to extend. This Range Extender works best with other wireless-N networks, but also supports wireless-B and G networks as well. Select your preferred network and then click 'Next'.

For Security Settings, you must make sure that the Range Extender's security settings are identical to that of the Router/AP that is having the signal extended. If you do not know these settings please contact your network administrator.

At this point the Setup Summary displays all configured settings of the Range Extender. If the information displayed corresponds to your desired networks settings, you can go ahead and click 'SET' to apply the settings. The HWREN1 will automatically reboot. Please be patient.

More information can be obtained on the hawking site:

http://hawkingtech.com/products/hi-gain_wireless_networking/range_extenders_&_repeaters/hwren1.html

Sep 24, 2011 | Hawking Hawkin HiGain HWREN1 Wireless300N...

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Is there any way to setup the Hawking Repeater without the Setup Wizard Installation disk?


Yes you can configure it with below method. Connect your router to computer with ethernet cable then you can access it with following default link. http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.15.1 or http://192.168.2.1 If you are not able to access it with above ip then check your computers ip address gateway ip is your router ip try with it. Then it ask for user name and password. Type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or "password" or blank. Then you can see configuration page of router. Then configure wan settings and lan settings enable wireless if you want to use wifi Then save settings and restart router Then connect cable from internet service provider to WAN port of router and connect ethenet lan cable from computer to lan port of router. . Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.

Nov 14, 2010 | Hawking Wireless-G HWUR54G Repeater

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WAP connecting to another WAP


On the D-Link WAN page, change IP Address to static and give it an address about 30 away from both the Hawking and the Linksys. On the DHCP page, disable DHCP.

In a multiple router network such as yours, you can only have ONE real router. The others have to be disabled as routers. Disable thier DHCP and give them static addresses that are all at leat 10? or more from each other. Wireless should all be the same setup. The on;y exception is the SSID which can be slightly different to know which wireless you are on.

May 31, 2009 | Hawking 802.11g Wireless-G Range Extender

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I have a 2wire HG-B modem/router and I want to extend my wireless network by using a Hawking HWRN1A router. How do I configure my 2wire with my Hawking router, so it can work?


this hint is only possible if your hawking can be used a an access poit. if yes then try try the following:

connect you adsl line into your modem/router,

connect the lan cable of your modem into a switch

connect both your PC and Hawking into the switch

have your modem/router provide DHCP and DNS

configure your PC to gte its ip address and DNS dynamically

configure your hawking access point to also get its dns and dhcp dynamically (do this by getting into the hawking http page configuration, or telnet if you are good with commands)

now set a wireless lan with WPA or higher through your hawking.

there you have it.
doubts??? i have more solutions

Mar 23, 2009 | 2wire Computers & Internet

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Hawking wireless router (HWRN1A300N) will not connect ot internet


First of all - your ISP has nothing to to with DHCP. DHCP is handled internally by your router (or DHCP server).
If you did not configure your router otherwise, it should hand out an IP address automatically.
If you ipconfig shows that you have an IP address, then I assume that this address is manually configured.
You should set everything to automatic until you know it works.
So...
Go to your start menu -> Control panel -> Network connections.
Right-click on "Network Connections" and choose "open".
Look for your "Local Area Connection", if you are wired into the router, or something like "Wireless Network Connection" if you're using wireless.
Right-click "Local Area Connection" and choose "Properties".
Double-click "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and see that both "Obtain an IP address automatically" AND "Obtain DNS server address automatically" are selected.
Click "OK" twice and make sure that all property windows are closed.
Go to the command prompt and re-do "ipconfig /all" (No quotation marks of course).
Check the line that says DHCP server, it should be the same IP as your Default Gateway (your router).

If this does not work for you, copy the result form that command here and I have another look.

If it works, please come back and leave a comment. This might help others with the same problem.

Dec 28, 2008 | Hawking Computers & Internet

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Setting up w/ Netgear router


I've had the worst of luck with Hawking ANYTHING. I suggest taking it back. Sorry, but my experience with this product is such that if you get it working, it will break again within 24 hours.

Jul 06, 2008 | Hawking 802.11g Wireless-G Range Extender

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Help setting up hwr54g as an access point


Yes there is an easier way! Just setup the router as you would any normal setup. Follow the directions to set it up for the first time. What you want to do is have the put in all of your information that you need for it to communicate with your Modem. This will automatically place the router onto your network. Now the part that I believe you want is for this to be secure! Well setup either a WEP or WPA these are both encryption Protocols that will denie access to anyone other than you or someone you allow to access your network wirelessly.
You do not really have to go through all of the trouble of setting up specifics. As long as the two devices communicate the router and the modem will do the rest. I do this everyday in my daily work day! Anymore quesitons please feel free to ask!

Nov 27, 2007 | Hawking Wireless-G HWR54G (603992506064)...

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Have router dont have software need to find it


Hi,

The Hawking Wireless-G HWR54G is a standalone device, there is no software needed on your PC for the router to work. However there is an easy Setup Wizard. If you are referring to this, perhaps you can contact their tech-support here or call 888-202-3344 or email them.

Should you prefer to wing it, the HawKing site has provided online guides. Open your browser and go to the Configuration Page (192.168.1.254). Follow on screen instructions.
On another PC with Internet connection, open a browser. Below are links to pages you might need:
Connection Diagram;
Frequently asked Questions;
Should you need a manual;
In case you need a firmware update.

Remember to use LAN interface when setting the router (as shown in the connection diagram) and set your PC to an IP Address of 192.168.1.240, Subnet Mask of 255.255.255.0

Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Nov 23, 2007 | Hawking Wireless-G HWR54G (603992506064)...

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