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I know I'm not quite a noob, but I know I'm not a expert either. I cannot find step by step instructions on how to set up WNR3500L as a repeater. I installed a WNR3500 about 6 months ago, and need a bit more reception in the far reaches of the home, so thought setting up a repeater would be a good solution, but I cannot find instructions on how to do so. First and formost, how do you access the setting pages of the routers so you can set them up in the first place?
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Old July 16th, 2010, 07:27 AM
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Go to your web browser, and type in 192.168.1.1.
A window will show up asking for a username and password.

Type in "admin" for the username, and "password" for the password.

It should be that by default.
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Old July 16th, 2010, 07:42 AM
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I know I'm not quite a noob, but I know I'm not a expert either. I cannot find step by step instructions on how to set up WNR3500L as a repeater. I installed a WNR3500 about 6 months ago, and need a bit more reception in the far reaches of the home, so thought setting up a repeater would be a good solution, but I cannot find instructions on how to do so. First and formost, how do you access the setting pages of the routers so you can set them up in the first place?
concept on repeat

http://www.unix.ms/netgear/

have you read manual?... it will show you how to login the router .
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Old July 16th, 2010, 08:55 AM
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Thanks guys, ok another question:

It seems that there are Lan lines between the 2 routers.

Is there a way to set it up so that the wireless routers talk to themselves (no physical lines), so basically one router just forwards the information to the other, and vice verca?

Thats what I was thinking how a repeater operates...but I may have been misinformed?
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Just gave you URL for repeating . Two devices wirelessly connect

Both device must have WDS support
WDS- wireless distribution system
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