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Access points, dwl 2700, dwl 3200 will not connect

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i have a d-link dsa 3200 wireless router it works fine. the problem i'm having is connecting the access points to it. i get signal from the access points but i can connect to the internet. can someone shine some light my way on configing these points. which gateway should i use and or ip address. the wireless routers default gateway is 192.168.2.40
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With the DWL-2700 the default IP address of the unit is 192.168.0.50.  Connect the access point to the network and set a computers IP to be in that same range.  Go into the config by going to http://192.168.0.50.  Make sure "PtP Bridge" is selected under the advanced tab.  Enter the Mac address of the DSA 3200 under the #1 portion of the config.  The mac address can be found underneath that wireless router.  Under the Home Tab hit Lan on the left hand side change the IP address to the same config as the dsa.  Let's say the dsa is 192.168.3.10 make sure that you assign and ip to the DWL that's on the same portion of the IP chain such as 192.168.3.200 and make sure no other device has that IP adddress.  Default gateway will be "192.168.2.40".  Follow similar steps fot the dwl 3200.
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