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    Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    I'm thinking of using this device NETGEAR to resolve the next trouble. My obtainable Netgear DG834G router does not emit a strong signal, so I have an office that cannot receive the signal.

    The identical office has associated an Ethernet port on the wall that goes to a hub that connects to the router. I am capable to connect the hard WN3000rp inside the office, accept and impart a broadband signal?

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    Ethernet always works at remote end

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    You have to look 802.11B, G, N needs. N Access point a unit cannot work with legacy wireless G which may need to experiment.

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    type followin commands in console
    • Two open the Command Prompt window and type
    • ipconfig
    • you must obtain proprietary information and IP gateway.
    • If something likes 192,168.xx.xxx
    • then type
    • ping 4.2.2.2
    • you should get four replies.
    • That means that your wireless network is fine and Internet access is fine.
    • Try rebooting your PC / laptop.

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    Attempts with Internet Explorer browser. Also reset the browser. Chrome is not sure he can or not

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    Yes, I agree. There was nothing else to bother trying to get to the 'Start.htm' configuration to the connection outside of chrome.

    I followed all the steps of the manual, the extender connected really well with my 2.4 GHz through a WNDR4000. However, no device is connected to the adapter (Apple Mac, iPhone, Android Nexus One, the notion). All lights are green. I can get to extend through the network or Ethernet cable from the machine. But nothing is connected at this time. Yes, I use the access and control all devices have their MAC addresses, both the router and the Extender. Frustrating to say the least

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    Disable access control first and see what happens.

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    Re: Is it possible to hard wire the netgear WN3000rp within the office?

    In reality, disabling the access control on the router, but leaving me with the extender has access. Means you no longer have control of access (MAC) on the router, thus losing the maximum security.

    ACL (Access Control List) is not very safe. Use WPA/WPA2 security setting on the router and repeater. That is safe enough. It should work without dropping the connection. WPS suppose to keep your wireless network more secure than the traditional single passphrase. Although WPA/WPA2-AES must secure wireless through other

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