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I ordered the wrong thing and had to return! Seller was great on on arrival time and return. I would differently use them again!
By Char on November 11, 2013
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look on the bottom of the unit, there's a sticker which gives the numeric code to enter to connect to the router.
By gb on July 4, 2013
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Not sure but I think if you put in bridge mode it will work.
By 704electronicsurplus SELLER on October 2, 2016
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You will need an ethernet connection cable to the modem.
By maitran9 SELLER on June 17, 2016
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You will need a: 12 vdc 1.5 amp adapter.
If you copy and paste everything after the colon you should get some options. Hope this helps

By The99thPercentile SELLER on July 26, 2016
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Yes it will. We have a laptop, blu-Ray (with netflix, pandora, etc), 2 tablets, and 2 smartphones that we use our router for. I have to say it is a worthy product.
By Carla N. on October 26, 2014
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If you google how to make your router a wireless access point you'll get detailed instructions. What it entails is to assign the Visio router (that's going to be the access point) a static IP address, turn off the the Visio router's dhcp (assuming you'll want the MediaLink to issue dynamic addresses) and run a cat 5 ca… see more If you google how to make your router a wireless access point you'll get detailed instructions. What it entails is to assign the Visio router (that's going to be the access point) a static IP address, turn off the the Visio router's dhcp (assuming you'll want the MediaLink to issue dynamic addresses) and run a cat 5 cable between the routers.
Edit: A repeater and access point are different. Repeater is wirelessly connected to extend the base router and an access point is hardwired to the base router (your MediaLink). see less

By Jeff Reimann on November 9, 2013
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Betty: I'm not sure what a "universal" router is but I've had this router working perfectly for about 3 months then it started acting up. I had to constantly reboot it. If you are strictly shopping price then go with a another name brand ie. Netgear. In the long run spending a few dollars more will save you headaches l… see more Betty: I'm not sure what a "universal" router is but I've had this router working perfectly for about 3 months then it started acting up. I had to constantly reboot it. If you are strictly shopping price then go with a another name brand ie. Netgear. In the long run spending a few dollars more will save you headaches later. My review is listed here. I did not care for this router at all. It was made for VISIO tv sets and did not last. Good luck. see less
By Grandpa on October 31, 2013