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Anonymous
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December 9, 2004 10:54:41 PM

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I have a D-Link Dl-624, could anyone please tell me if the Linksys
Wireless-G Range Expander will work with this router, thanks.

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Cheers!
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Roger Dewell
December 10, 2004 9:28:51 AM

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No it won't. I believe the range expanders are CNC connectors and the
DLinks are not.

sean

"Roger Dewell" <roger.dewell@shaw.ca> wrote in message
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>I have a D-Link Dl-624, could anyone please tell me if the Linksys
>Wireless-G Range Expander will work with this router, thanks.
>
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> Cheers!
> ________________
>
> Roger Dewell
>
>
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Anonymous
a b F Wireless
December 11, 2004 6:26:36 PM

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Sean wrote:
> No it won't. I believe the range expanders are CNC connectors and the
> DLinks are not.
>
> sean

The range expander is a repeater, so what does its antenna connector
have to do with anything? To the original poster, frankly you could buy
one from someplace that has a fairly liberal return policy and test it
out. If it works, keep it, if not take it back.
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Anonymous
a b F Wireless
December 12, 2004 12:48:42 AM

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"Shiranui Gen-An" <nazonazo@nazo.net> wrote in message
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> Sean wrote:
>> No it won't. I believe the range expanders are CNC connectors and the
>> DLinks are not.
>>
>> sean
>
> The range expander is a repeater, so what does its antenna connector have
> to do with anything? To the original poster, frankly you could buy one
> from someplace that has a fairly liberal return policy and test it out.
> If it works, keep it, if not take it back.

That's what I did and it didn't work.

Thanks for the reply.
Anonymous
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December 13, 2004 7:08:11 PM

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I have one and it works fairly well however it won't yet support WPA
encryption so I am not currently using it. It will support no encryption or
WEP encryption.

Dave G

"Shiranui Gen-An" <nazonazo@nazo.net> wrote in message
news:1JIud.138529$jE2.27158@bignews4.bellsouth.net...
> Sean wrote:
>> No it won't. I believe the range expanders are CNC connectors and the
>> DLinks are not.
>>
>> sean
>
> The range expander is a repeater, so what does its antenna connector have
> to do with anything? To the original poster, frankly you could buy one
> from someplace that has a fairly liberal return policy and test it out.
> If it works, keep it, if not take it back.
Anonymous
a b F Wireless
December 13, 2004 7:08:12 PM

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Dave G wrote:
> I have one and it works fairly well however it won't yet support WPA
> encryption so I am not currently using it. It will support no encryption or
> WEP encryption.
>
> Dave G
>
> "Shiranui Gen-An" <nazonazo@nazo.net> wrote in message
> news:1JIud.138529$jE2.27158@bignews4.bellsouth.net...
>
>>Sean wrote:
>>
>>>No it won't. I believe the range expanders are CNC connectors and the
>>>DLinks are not.
>>>
>>>sean
>>
>>The range expander is a repeater, so what does its antenna connector have
>>to do with anything? To the original poster, frankly you could buy one
>>from someplace that has a fairly liberal return policy and test it out.
>>If it works, keep it, if not take it back.
>
>
>
I don't have much choice but to use WEP. I have to use on main
AP/router plus two repeater APs to get a good signal thoughout my whole
house :( 
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