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I know there are several threads on this but I'm having trouble still.

I'm using a inventel dv4210 router as my main router and I want to use my TC to extend the network, but I cannot find in the settings for the router how to allow for network extension.. whenever I setup the TC to "extend a wireless network" t says my network cannot be extended right now. Any thoughts?
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Try the Manual Setup. Open the Internet page. In the second box choose "Off (Bridge Mode)".

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I followed along with a lot from this thread..

http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/air...unce-wifi.html

Still can't get it to work.I cannot access that bridge option on the second page, its greyed out
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Go down to post # 13 in that thread.

Once set up look at post # 16.

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