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so iv had this problem with two wireless repeaters now. when im connected to just the router, i am able to access the internet. however when i plug in and set up the wireless repeater ( the latest one is a amped wireless sr300) it works for a few min and then i get a "DNS lookup failed" when trying...
I have a large property and want to extend my wireless internet throughout. I assume I need wireless repeaters but how can I effectively connect them together as well as find hardware that can live outside in some sort of case to supply the pool area? I have one 10Mbit line coming in and that goes...
I want to plug my D-Link DWL-G710 Range Extender into the Ethernet port of a PC that is without any wireless network cards, and access the Internet through the range extender connected to the Ethernet port. Is this possible? How do I do it?