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I have this D-Link Wireless N150 Home router and would like to know if I can use it as an access point to extend my wireless signal. I´ve tried with no success. I cannot enter to the IP address, nor any other (I´ve tried several).

I´ve tried to access it and configure it the same way I did with an access point that I have, connecting it to a PC that´s wirelessly connected to the internet.

I´ve googled about it and didn´t find any information about that particular model.
Any ideas on how to do this?

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migrated from Oct 1 '11 at 19:37

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You can use this router as an access point by installing the DD-WRT firmware. Here's a link to instructions for configuring the access point:

Here are instructions on installing the firmware:

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