D-Link router can not be seen on the network

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We have a wireless D-Link router on our network, which we want to configure as an access point to our server. The server can see all users except those connect through the wireless router. How do I set the router to be seen by the server? Is there a way I can set the router as an wireless access point and disable the router capabliites?
ASKED: February 27, 2006  6:26 PM
UPDATED: February 28, 2006  7:42 AM

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To use it as a simple Access Point all you need to do is not plug anything into the WAN port on the back. You should connect it to your network using one of the switch ports instead.

Then make sure you set the LAN settings correctly – you’ll need to give it an IP address and subnet mask that suits your network.

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