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Can u use a belkin router to pickup a wifi connection?


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Hey there.

That option is called "Use as access point" in the belkin menu.

/gEEEk

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Hey there.

That option is called "Use as access point" in the belkin menu.

/gEEEk

i think hes talking about how to use his belkin router in client mode.

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yeh i want to use it to extend a connection so i can connect... :) I'll try what you guys mentioned

EDIT

I have a belkin F5D7230-4

it supports wireless bridging and access point.

there is an unsecured linksys wireless router, I want to use mine to extend it.. how can i if at all?

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i think hes talking about how to use his belkin router in client mode.

Oh f***.

I wrote the wrong option. I meant "Wireless Bridge". :(

Sometimes your mind says something but your fingers says something different.

Sorry about that..

Just give it the other AP's mac adress.

And apparently the other AP's WEP encryption (if need ofc).

Yours might be different but my router can only handle WEP in Bridging mode.. Damn.. :angry:

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ok so do this correct?

Set my belkin router to accept the mac of the linksys I wish to extend then connect my laptop to my belkin via ethernet and I can get that connect? Please correct me if I'm wrong, in the mean time I'll try that thanks

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