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Will a Hawking 300N Range Extender work with a Linksys/Cisco WRVS4400N WiFi router?

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I'm wondering if the Hawking range extender 300-N will work with the Linksys/Cisco WRVS4400N router.

I know there are problems with some consumer routers only working with repeaters made by the same manufacturer.  Is the same true for business products?

For example: the WRT54G router is one of the few models that will work with Linksys's repeater.
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Hawking is pretty open to other vendors. This should work.

I have a few hawking extenders, at least one of them coupled to a Linksys WRT router.
Streange but true: Linksys repeaters and bridges are difficult to connect with other devices.
Lately I had trouble building a bridge between 2 linksys routers. Between a Linksys and a Buffalo all went fine.

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