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I want to extend 2640t router's range by using 3200AP as wireless extender. Could establish handshaking between two devices using physical (cat6) cable but not wireless connectivity. In which mode 3200AP to configure: AP/WDS/Bridge.Kindly help

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Yes u can just use the same range ip address for both device like 192.168.0.1 for dlink and 192.168.0.2 dor airplus.

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