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How Do I Connect a Wireless Access Point to a Wireless Router?


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wadeb_21

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I'm currently trying to connect my new Netgear Wireless Access Point to my Netgear Wireless Router to make the range of my wireless network larger and strengthen the signal, however I'm running into some trouble whenever I go into the basic settings on my Access point and try and put the IP info in it isn't excepting it. I was hoping someone might be able to help out and walk me through how to set this access point up? Thanks in advance.
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Is anyone able to give me any advice? I would really appreciate it thanks.
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Wireless access points you just plug them in via network cable to the router. That's all. Seriously.

You then connect to the access point's signal and the IP address you get is one that would have been given to you had you connected directly to the router.
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