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slatlec
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Dual-Band wifi 600 extender

I have today upgraded to Halo 2.The Dual band 600 extender will not connect to it,is this a compatible unit or am i wasting time trying

Thanks. 

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Keith_Beddoe
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Re: Dual-Band wifi 600 extender

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slatlec
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Re: Dual-Band wifi 600 extender

Thanks i have just tried that,still the same . Will try bt tec.

Thanks again.   

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lnajr02
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Re: Dual-Band wifi 600 extender

Extenders should work with any Ethernet connection. What are LEDs showing on the extenders?
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slatlec
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Re: Dual-Band wifi 600 extender

Hi, leds  are chasing up and down all the time. think this unit is not compatible with Halo 2

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lnajr02
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Re: Dual-Band wifi 600 extender

The extender should work with any WiFi network, have a look at http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/46321/~/dual-band-wi-fi-extender-600
and factory reset the unit, and check out the firmware update.
How do I connect the extender to my hub or router?
1. Press the WPS button on your router

2. Press the WPS button on the extender (for one second) within two minutes
3. Wait until the WPS light stops flashing. The extender is now configured with your hub or router, and you're ready to find its optimum location.
if this fails try the manual process after factory reseting.

Open your internet browser and enter http://192.168.1.1 in the address field.
- Enter your extender’s Admin password (printed on the back of this guide), then click Login.
- Click Start at the bottom then follow the on-screen connection wizard.
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