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F5d7132 setup I have Toshiba cable modem, and DI-624 D-Link wireless router. Router is secured using WEP. Wverything works well with 4 desktops and 1 laptop in the house. But I need to extend the range of the wireless network. SO I bought what I figured was a good product. a Belkin F5D7132 range extender. I have tried every solution anyone mentioned in this site and everywhere else. If I can get it to work and connect, I cannot get any internet sites to work. I get to see the belkin in my list of wireless networks. I can connect to it if I use a 'fixed ip address'. but it wont allow me to get to web sites. can anyone walk me thru a step-by-step install?

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  • cobrabite Aug 05, 2008

    Got the same issue, been looking every where for an answer. I know i has to do with the ip addresses. I believe the device is not giving me a valid ip from the router so I can't get online. If you have any solutions they would be helpful :)

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    This is a peace of ****. I Have the same Problem.

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Take a look at the Amazon.com website reviews for this product very helpful info there.

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Note:

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first connect the router via cable with the pc.
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this ip-adress maybe different for several routers, please read manual for the correct ip.
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