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My router started doing the same thing - random signal drops for a short period, but enough to lose printer and scanner connections. Suggest you call their 800# - sorry don't have it on me - you should have received a welcome email from Mediabridge with the #. They'll arrange for you to get a replacement unit. They stand behind their product - good people. That said, if my next unit has the same issues we'll be having a money-back conversation! Good luck.
May 24, 2013 by IMopinion
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The only differences are color and price. The Tenda model is white and costs twenty dollars less.
May 10, 2014 by reVamp
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This router is currently being used by thousands of Time Warner customers. Just be sure to follow the instructions for non-DSL users so that you perform a MAC Address Clone. If you need help you can always give us a call. Thanks, Medialink Customer Support 856-216-8222 Tue-Sat 9am to 6pm Eastern support@medialinkproducts.com
Jul 16, 2012 by Mediabridge Customer Support
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Hello from Medialink, This router does work with Roku players. There have been many reports of people having trouble with Roku's WiFi in general but nothing specifically tied to the Medialink router. Thanks, Medialink Customer Support 856-216-8222 support@medialinkproducts.com Tues-Sat 9am to 6pm Eastern
Oct 26, 2011 by Mediabridge Customer Support
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Hello Joel, These steps will help you setup the MWN-WAPR300N to extend your existing WiFi signal. * Setup the router halfway between the primary router and the ultimate location you want the signal to reach. * Connect a computer to the 300N router via Ethernet to one of the Yellow LAN ports and connect the router's power supply to the router and to an electrical outlet. * Open an Internet Browser (ie: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari etc.) (You do not need to have access to the internet to complete this step.) * You will not have internet access, however continue to type the IP Address of the router into the address bar. By default it is "http://192.168.8.1". Enter the Username and Password. By default they are both "admin". * Click "Advanced Settings" then "WAN Medium Type" then Select "Wireless WAN". Click "Open Scan" at the bottom of the page. * A list of available networks will appear at the bottom. Find yours in the list (the Primary Router) and select it. Click "OK". * Scroll up and enter the Security Mode (ie: WPA, WPA2, WEP), WPA/WPA2 Algorithms (ie: AES, TKIP) if necessary and Key (password) of the primary router. This information can be found in your primary router's settings. Click "Apply" at the bottom. * When the router finishes rebooting, click "Advanced Settings" then "Wireless Settings". * Enter the name of your first router (the Primary SSID) into the "Secondary SSID" spot. In other words, delete "medialink" from the field next to "Secondary SSID" and copy your first router's name into that field. * Make sure "AP Isolation" is disabled and click "Apply". Then click "OK" when it says "Successful". * Click "Wireless Security" and use the drop down to select the second entry of your network's name and make sure the security type and password match on both SSIDs. You should now be able to access the internet by connecting a device to either router via Ethernet or wirelessly. If you cannot access the internet through the Medialink 300N router, make sure it is not too far from the primary router and make sure the security settings match on both routers. Thanks, Mediabridge Customer Support
Oct 17, 2014 by Mediabridge Customer Support
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I received the identical message just now: The entered MAC address can not be added to the system as it has been determined to be in badOUI class of access points that are ineligible for positioning purposes. If you feel this is in error, please contact support@skyhookwireless.com The Skyhook screen shows my house right where it should be, but rejects the MAC address (which *is* correct, courtesy of iStumbler). So, do I need to try to get this into Apple's location DB or would it do any good to pursue it with Skyhook?
Sep 4, 2012 by decay
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Hello From Mediabridge! Make sure you use Mixed WPA/WPA2 wireless security using both TKIP and AES fro your algorithms. If you have the 150v2 model, also make sure you are suing the latest firmware version 5.07.39, and that under Basic Wireless Settigns, AP isolation is disabled. With these settings you should be good to go! If you have further questions, please contact our friendly U.S. based support department and we'd be happy to help! Thanks, Mediabridge Customer Support 856-216-8222 support@mediabridgeproducts.com
Dec 24, 2013 by Shay
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nope! Its easy.. You will only use a network cable( comes with the router package), plug one end to your modem, and the other end onto your medialink router blue "WAN" port. and the second network cable( not provided)from the router to your computer. That's what you need, Hope it helps.
Jun 20, 2014 by johnny
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Hi Aahan, It sounds like your laptop initiated a type of security called WPS. Did it ask you for the Pin number on the router? If so, you will need to reset your router to factory settings and then re-setup the name of the network and password back to the way you had it before. Here's how: To reset the router press and hold the pinhole for 10 seconds To setup the router's name and password use a computer that is plugged into any of the Yellow LAN ports on the router via Ethernet * Open an Internet Browser (ie: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari etc.) * Type the IP Address of the router into the address bar. By default it is http://192.168.0.1 * Enter the Username and Password. By default they are both "admin". * Click Wireless Settings (or WLAN Settings) > Basic Settings: Here you can change the SSID. Click Apply * Then click Wireless Security Settings (or WLAN Settings > Security Settings if you have the older firmware) * Here you can change the Security Mode to WPA-Personal, enter whatever you want to be your password. Click Apply. Thanks, Mediabridge Customer Support 856-216-8222 support@mediabridgeproducts.com
Mar 14, 2013 by Mediabridge Customer Support
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