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August 17, 2004 1:07:30 AM

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Hello

A couple of questions/problems.

Is the Dlink DSL-G604T compatible with a DWL-2000AP+ setup als REPEATER ??

Problem is that the repeater seems to work when i use other wifi cards than
D-link, strange but true, i already tried the PCI card and USB adapter from
D-link, neither of both work.
They connect to the repeater with very good connection, but they do not get
an ip number from the router.
When I use other older cards e.g. Belkin, Benq , etc... the repeater works
!!! (i get an ip from dhcp). When I turn of the repeater the d-link wifi
cards also works !!!! So conclusion problem with combination dlink wifi
cards and repeater....

Very strange, seems to be a compatibiity problem between D-link wifi cards
and the dlink dwl-2000ap+ set up as repeater

Anyone advice or thinks to check ?

Thanks anyway.
August 18, 2004 8:44:33 PM

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Nobody ?

"john" <john@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:mm9Uc.216085$Bb5.10746982@phobos.telenet-ops.be...
> Hello
>
> A couple of questions/problems.
>
> Is the Dlink DSL-G604T compatible with a DWL-2000AP+ setup als REPEATER ??
>
> Problem is that the repeater seems to work when i use other wifi cards
than
> D-link, strange but true, i already tried the PCI card and USB adapter
from
> D-link, neither of both work.
> They connect to the repeater with very good connection, but they do not
get
> an ip number from the router.
> When I use other older cards e.g. Belkin, Benq , etc... the repeater works
> !!! (i get an ip from dhcp). When I turn of the repeater the d-link
wifi
> cards also works !!!! So conclusion problem with combination dlink wifi
> cards and repeater....
>
> Very strange, seems to be a compatibiity problem between D-link wifi cards
> and the dlink dwl-2000ap+ set up as repeater
>
> Anyone advice or thinks to check ?
>
> Thanks anyway.
>
>
!