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Hello. I want to use a NetFaster IAD as repeater or access point. It has a function called WDS but how it does work? Do i have an another NetFaster? I have to enable the WDS function and to the other router? The other router is still connecting with the internet? Thanks a lot (and forgive me for my english).

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router 1 (base) router 2 (repeater) router 1 (base) is the network, the SSID is where u get your internet connection set router 2 with same SSID, DHCP on. i advise connecting hardline to make sure both routers are working correctly. once thats verified then go wifi

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i dont believe you can do such thing but you could run two routers and log onto each individually. Just like your at home using the laptop and you go to a friends 20 miles away and you take your laptop and it will recognize his wireless allowing access.

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