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    Default Wireless Repeater woes

    I've been trying to setup on of those small plug in wireless access point routers but I'm having problems getting it to repeat the signal successfully,

    I go through the wizard input credentials of the source wifi but for some reason when it reboots I cannot connect to it .. modifying the settings to enable dhcp I can connect but still no internet ☹️


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    https://youtu.be/HKR8cc1o7xk

    Link of the interface

    Router firmware below:
    v28k.minirouter.20160820

    Link to actual image of router
    http://www.pix-link.com/page50?product_id=158
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    Looking at the interface it seems pretty straightforward. Would want to go on video with you to check it out. Will PM you a link.
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    Was waiting for a while for connection to get started, but guess it didn't work out.

    Check if you can connect to the device and get an IP.

    If you can get an IP from the device, log in and disable DHCP then manually set your IP and connect. Configure then check if it works thereafter.

    Change the connection type and play with the settings. Some of the routers may not like some repeaters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khat17 View Post
    Was waiting for a while for connection to get started, but guess it didn't work out.

    Check if you can connect to the device and get an IP.

    If you can get an IP from the device, log in and disable DHCP then manually set your IP and connect. Configure then check if it works thereafter.

    Change the connection type and play with the settings. Some of the routers may not like some repeaters.
    thanks for the suggestions, the Router just needed to be restarted,

    as you've mentioned the settings are pretty straight forward
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