Can I extend the range of a Belkin-based wifi network?
Where I live we have a wifi network with a Belkin modem. The signal is very weak in my area. Could a new Airport be used to extend the range? I have an older Airport Express and Airport, but when I have tried to use them to accomplish this, it seems they are not compatible with non-Apple modems. Is the new Airport Express different in this regard?
- Asked by Vicki P
- Jun 16, 2012
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2 Answers from the Community
Yes, I can say from experience that it will.
- Answered by Taylor R from Leesburg
- Jul 3, 2012
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Only if you hardwire the second router to the first. It will join the Belkin wirelessly, but will not extend it unless the two are hardwired with an ethernet cable between them.
- Answered by Robert G from Buford
- Aug 19, 2013
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Extending a wifi-network with TC
- Asked by Marla R from Essex
- Nov 26, 2013
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Can you use AP Extreme to extend the range of your network? I currently use a Time Capsule as my Base Station.
- Asked by Sandeep G from Duluth
- Aug 31, 2013
- Flag as inappropriate (Can you use AP Extreme to extend the range of your network? I currently use a Time Capsule as my Base Station.)
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how do i extend my wifi network
- Asked by Shelley M from Moffat
- Aug 12, 2014
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