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Common with single antenna routers and adsl/router boxes, i use a zoom x6 adsl with wireless and i was having similar problems , it also has a single antenna so i disabled its wireless feature and got a linksys rangebooster router dedicated to my wireless needs, has good range and its durable, Im basically suggesting that you get another wireless router with dual antennae and use that for your wireless needs, hook that up to your DLINK modem via ethernet cable and disable the dlink's wireless feature...Hope this helps..
My first guess is that your Dlink ADSL modem is really a modem router, so you are getting double routing. Sometimes this works just fine, though, so I'm not confident that's the whole explanation. You'll need to setup your IP plan carefully set the D-Link modem(router?) to bridging mode & the DLink wireless router does the login to Exetel. DLink wireless router WAN side: DHCP + login to Exetel DLink wireless router LAN side: 192.168.0.1 Subnet 255.255.255.0 DHCP on: range 192.168.0.10 to .20 DNS Servers: 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11 with PC's wireless adaptor set to DHCP so picks up eg: IP address: 192.168.0.10 Gateway address: 192.168.0.1 DNS Servers: 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124
before anything else, can you please what is the version of range expander is is wre54g v1,v2,v3?
1) either which, please do verify your wireless settings of your DLINK router -- the network name or ssid -- security if you enabled any on your router -- wireless channel -- please check the default gateway of your router if it is 192.168.1.1
** please take note also that the best location for your expander would be inbetween your router and your computers
2) once you have gathered the wireless settings -- you would need to manually configure your expander coz it didnt work .. Please remember that the LINKsys expander is designed to work with linksys routers, so it may or may not work.. I just need to set your expectations on this ...
3) once you have verfied the default gateway of your DLink router ... please reply to this thread and let us proceed in configuring your wre...
You will probably need to set it up differently, I do not know the belking router, but normally the VOIP functions only work on the wan port of these routers so you should make the connections as follows:
I'm assuming you mean a wrt54g, if that's the case look on the bottom of the router and see what version it is. If you have a ver. 1, 2, 3, or 4 then you don't need an extender. you can flash a 3rd party firmware into that router and turn it into a super router. If you are interested, then leave a comment and i will tell you how to do this. An extender will just cut your broadband speed in half so I would avoid that if possible. Let me know.