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What type of extender is it? I know that some extenders will not maintain a constant connection unless they have a certain IP address. You may have to go into your router and reserve that IP address specifically for the extender.
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What type of extender is it? I know that some extenders will not maintain a constant connection unless they have a certain IP address. You may have to go into your router and reserve that IP address specifically for the extender.
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Well I don't see anything about it needing a set IP but I would go ahead and reserve it just to see if it fixes the problem. There are a lot of mixed reviews about it mostly negative but I would try a couple things to see if it fixes the problem. First I would update the firmware if you havent already, not sure what version you have, should be on the label http://support.netgear.com/search/WN2000RPT

Then I would go to your router and reserve the mac address of the extender to it's current IP in the DHCP reservation list.

If none of that works I would consider getting a different extender. I have this one in my home and it works great http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833168045
Edited by XAslanX - 2/1/13 at 8:04pm
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It's not the extender because as you said, "I'm certain it's not the extender because it happens when I connect to the router itself."

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I actually haven't updated the film ware. This also has been happening with AT&T with a different modem and router. I think it may be that we have like 15 devices connect to it. TV's Xbox's phones est. I will give more info about router and test some stuff when I get home.
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post #16 of 17
What router are you using?

Have you updated firmware on the router?

Have you tried resetting the router?



As other have said, you need to reserve IP by MAC. That should be your first step for all your LAN and wifi devices.


Also try this to resolve IP conflict on the extender.

www.mywifiext.net/cgi-bin/hidden_dhcpd.html

And disable DHCP.


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Edited by KGB7 - 2/1/13 at 8:17pm
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What router are you using?

Have you updated firmware on the router?

Have you tried resetting the router?



As other have said, you need to reserve IP by MAC. That should be your first step for all your LAN and wifi devices.


Also try this to resolve IP conflict on the extender.

www.mywifiext.net/cgi-bin/hidden_dhcpd.html

And disable DHCP.


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http://m.bestbuy.com/m/e/product/detail.jsp?skuId=9962417&pid=1218202944998 is the router/motem will do when I get home
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