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Setting up w/ Netgear router

Hi -- I called recently, I'm case # 60951. I have a model Hwdn1 extender. I was unable to set it up with my netgear router, even though the router settings are g/b, even after reseting it various times with the person on the phone and entering .235 and .240 ip addresses to test it. I'm ready to take the thing back next week but if someone can offer me some ideas or solutions I'm willing to try one more time. Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    Same problem with identical kit. COULD NOT get the setup working. In the end I went and got a Netgear Wireless access point. Problems solved.

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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.

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