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Problems using WAP4410N as a repeater for a WAG320N

I have a WAG320N router and want to use my WAP4410N as a wireless repeater for it within a small, internal network using the same SSID for both.

I have little experience in this and hope that there's a step-by-step guide to doing this - or perhaps some kind soul can help.

The WAP4410N has a wired connection and will work happily with a difference SSID but when we try and make them the same, we get nothing from it.

Same wireless channel, WPA-Personal security on both devices (same password), AP Mode on WAP4410N currently set to Access Point.

Any help would be gratefully accepted.

Thanks.

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Problems using WAP4410N as a repeater for a WAG320N

Hi Andrew, you may investigate the option to use the feature "client/repeater" in the wap4410n. This is where you associate a wireless mac address then match the ssid and security for the WAP to "join" the router.

I have no idea what your router supports, it is a Cisco home device. But, if the repeat feature is only WDS it won't work most likely.

-Tom
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