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    Airport Range Question
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    Airport Range Question
    I have an airport graphite and a d-link di-624 and I was wondering if I could tell the airport to take any computer signal that is connected to it and re-transmit it to the d-link. The d-link is the device that is connected to the DSL modem. I could also connect the airport to the modem and have the d-link re-transmit the signal that is too far away.
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    Airport Range Question
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    I know the feature to join a wireless network and extend the range is in the airport extreme, however i jut went into my wireless features for my apple dual ethernet router and i could not find this feature. Can the linksys expand the system? could u switch the routers?

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