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Access Wifi and Repeat it

Hi there

I've got access to a wireless network, but i want to create a new separate network.

Is there any device which I can buy to enter in the wireless repeat it and get LAN Access and also Wireless access in a spearate network with a different IP Range.

The current IP Range is 192.168.99.X but I want a separate network for myself I want 192.168.1.X

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Clarification Request
Since your name ends it IT

In reply to: Access Wifi and Repeat it

I'm surprised that you don't know how to do a search , so I give you a lesson so you can do this in the future .
1. First in the search box I typed " how to get a separate ip address using one modem and two routers "
2. The first selection on the search came up with this This
3. But there's lots of info to read , I like this read so far This but there's more to read and I may prefer another so ......
There you go, now you can search and most of the time, a question asked by folks are usually answered already using a search.

Hope this helps.....

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i've done google research

In reply to: Since your name ends it IT

Hi I'm sorry but I've done google research already.

I was on the page you provided me already the Tutorial clearly shows the connection between two routers with a cable.

But in my case I got no Cable aviable, all I have is Wireless Lan and I need to grab it, then let a router run it and create a separate subnet.

I hope you can help me now? Thanks

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I have to defer to a Pro

In reply to: i've done google research

but I think that you need that cable

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Re: no cable available

In reply to: i've done google research

Those are easy to buy, aren't they?

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arrogant people

In reply to: Re: no cable available

the infrastructure of our customer doesn't let us to do so, why are you people being that arrogant.

I solved it now I will get the signal now with an AP in Client mode and then I will work from there.

Thanks anyways

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Re: IP

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Since 192.168-adresses are managed by your DHCP-server, I'd start there with implementing your new network.

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In reply to: Re: IP

you don't get me how am I able to repeat the network via wlan and then create a separate network the first step is to connect somehow two routers

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As this is solved.

In reply to: Access Wifi and Repeat it

Please tell how. I have a hardware solution in mind but only woke up to you being upset. Give folk time to give ideas. I know a lot of new folk get upset if the answers are not fast enough.

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