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Am trying to configure new EnGenius EAP9550 as a universal repeater. With difficulty, have succeeded in taking it through the initial set-up steps -- it can see my wireless network (residential) and has been instructed as to the WEP key. When one says "apply" it responds with "loading module" but then states that it has failed to connect to my wireless network. If I logout of the setup sequence and then try to find out whether by chance it is working anyway, my laptop appears to be talking to it (signal strength is excellent, in a place where I know it would not be absent the repeater) but the internet cannot be found. If I unplug the EnGenius, the laptop promptly attaches to the wireless network and finds the internet. I have been assuming that once the EnGenius was configured I should reinstate "obtain IP address automatically" on my TCP/IP on my wireless card profile -- for some reason the EnGenius tells you to used a fix IP address while configuring the EnGenius, but I assume I should put it back to "auto" after configuration is done, right?

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You need to enable the DHCP server on the EOC-2611P. Then it will negotiate an IP address with your PC without you having to set one by hand.

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Every node added to a WDS network cuts the network transmission speed in half. This is just a characteristic of any WDS connection, as WDS is a repeater protocol (it has to retransmit everything it receives).
It's not clear from your description whether you are trying to add the EOC and the Cisco to the same WDS network. If that is the case, it's a wonder you got it to work at all, since WDS implementations are model-specific, and usually require every node to be exactly the same model router.

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