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Wirless G range expander on Wireless N network

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I have a Linksys Wireless N router. I was told that it can also use wireless G products. However, I purchased a Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander and cannot get it to work. I can't find N Range Expanders anywhere. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
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Try these settings on router set the wireless channel to Wide band and set wide channel to 9 and standard to 11. Try security mode either WEP or WPA with TKIP. Make sure the firmware on Range Expander support the encryption on the router.
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Thank you so much. I will try that. I have left that office but will be back there Thursday and will try first thing. Thanks!!
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I was able to get the range expander to work with the info you sent. I thank you so much!!!
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Glad I could help, but why are you closing the question without choosing my answer as the accepted answer?
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I'm sorry. I was sure that I had given you all the points and chosen your answer. I'm not sure what I did incorrectly. This site confuses me every time I'm on it. I do apologize.
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