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I having a problem with Netgear: dgnd3700 wifi modem router it has 2.4ghz & 5ghz wifi it will not work with my wifi Range Extender: Wns500rp what has 2.4ghz & 5ghz wifi when I have wpa2-psk(aes) password portered I have try wifi Range extender: wn3000rp what has 2.4ghz on the wpa2-psk(aes) but still will not work I can get it to work on the wpa-psk(aes) at 54mbps but the modem on wpa2-psk(aes) it shoulder do 300mbps if I turn security of I can get up to 300mbps with my wifi range extender

I have the latest driver I ring up net netgear and they send me out a new Netgear: dgnd3700 wifi modem router still have the problem

so does any one have the same problem what I am having is this a coming problem with netgear what has not be fix or updated

if someone could help I would appreciated it a lot

asked Jan 23 '13 at 21:22

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Some repeaters limit which type of wireless security you can use. You may have to look at th documentation provided by the range extender to figure out which encryption it works best with.

answered Jan 24 '13 at 21:44

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problem for modem router Wifi N600=DCND3700

netgear ring me up to day 28/01/2013 and told me try the
new beta firmware V1.0.0.19_1.0.19_Test4.chk should fix the problem your having with you wifi range extender WN3000RP & WN2500RP your WPA2-PSK(AES) so far it work good

just beware the firmware not on the netgear website netgear send it to my email so if you need it ark netgear abut beta firmware V1.0.0.19_1.0.19_Test4.chk

hope it help every one who has this problem with netgear N600=DCND3700

answered Jan 28 '13 at 03:00

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edited Jan 28 '13 at 03:06

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