You have to follow the directions from the manual, not the installer software, for a wired install and know enough to get around the sad fact that the instructions to install wired are partially copied from the wireless install and have not been changed to reflect the “wired” setup but give instructions for a wireless network. Got 2 blue lights. When I try to browse to This might be a retorical question, but, this means that if I connect to it, my computers would have to have DHCP turned off to connect to this range extender? The booster was connected wirelessly to the router. I ended up coming up with my own procedure after trying a bunch of things and researching on the web: Do either you or anybody out there have some “simple” instructions as to what I need to do or adjustments that I need to make to my router so that I can finally get this extender working??
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Linksys WRE54G V.3 “EASY SETUP INSTRUCTIONS”
Guess I expected more from a Cisco product. Press the auto config button, waited till I got two steady blue lights. Additional Product Features Interfaces. With a firmware upgrade to 2.
Linksys WRE54G Wireless-G Range Expander Setup Wizard Driver – TechSpot
Do linmsys you or anybody out there have some “simple” instructions as to what I need to do or adjustments that I need to make to my router so that I can linkshs get this extender working?? Also it left my wireless configuration all messed up.
I ended up coming up with my own procedure after trying a bunch of things and researching on the web: Once I did this I saw a blue light on the Expander.
So, expand your wireless network’s effective coverage the easy way, with the Wireless-G Range Expander. There was a presentation given at an internet security conference a couple years ago where the FBI demonstrated they could break WEP security in less than 3 minutes.
If you have version 1.
Maybe the guy in the outhouse only needs 54mbps instead of … Who knows! Well doen Evan, I gave up last night and forgot I was going to try exactly what you suggested until I read it. See details for additional description.
Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander (WRE54G) Help
I had to manually set the keys up. My successful WRE54G setup.
Also, when it was working, the expahder output was no greater than my local AirLink router. I’m staying in a complex that has a router Got 2 blue lights. Just as info for others the set up utility seems pretty bad. I am looking to get it back with the WRE54G range expander. What if you are trying to configure a WRE54G version 1 like me linkss has no Ethernet port on it period???
Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander (WRE54G) Help – Forums – CNET
After reading extensively all the information I could find on this repeater I found that it does not work well or at all with some MIMO routers or routers that either auto select their operating channels or have the ability to transmit on one channel and receive on another WEP is off on my router.
Thank you in advance for any help The installer software that comes on the CD goes through a setup path that is to set the device up through your current wireless but it can’t connect to the device unless it is on your network “Wired”. If you are trying to use WEP then you are inviting neighbors to use your connection expanser can double the issues of you trying to get your system to work.
The computer where it epxander originally set edpander is using Windows XP. Linksys Home Network Wireless Routers. I’m not very good with this router stuff, for me it is more plug and play that works best. I’m trying to follow your wre5g4 above – but I can’t get past step 4. How do I prevent these drops of signal? I should ammend that to read WRE54G’s with the ethernet port.
It works with both Wireless-G and Wireless-B clients so you’ll get the benefits of increased coverage, even with a mixed network. It’s now part of click script kiddie tools.