SO, my question is, if I have a device attached to the re7000 why isn't it visible to the wrt3200acm. No error message it just keep trying to connect until it stops and say it could not connect. I have several old wireless routers configured as access points. When I research the issues, it appears this printer is NOT visible to the router. On behalf of your concern, you might want to follow the troubleshooting steps: - Please reset reconfigure your RE7000 as a Access Point: http://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=187985, http://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=187984. Unable to configure RE7000 as an access point. Wifi have diffeernt passwords and the 5 does not broadcast SSID. I just got an RE7000 to test replacing them (and hopefully getting a stronger signal as well as 5ghz band). If I configure for extender I can only configure 2.4 using WPS. Page 14: Setting Up As Wired Range Extender (Access Point) 5. If (as manual suggests) I try to configure the 5.ghz using WPS, I get the same kind of thing -- hangs for ever with a blinking amber. When I look at a device listing on the re7000 I can see the printer (hp8620) but it cannot be added to my printers available on my MacOS. Have had an RE7000 for a year or so. You might wanna check out this link: https://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=187986. Please make sure to manually input the password. @juancl, let us have our Second Level Support Team to check on your case further. I have managed to circumvent the problem by assigning a fixed IP address to the printer and after a few restarts, it appears the connection remains and I have access to both Bonjour and Airprint. Wrt3200ac and re7000 installed as access point. P.S. One other thing which may be relevant. Yesterday my provider changed my modem for a newer model Arris TG3652 and configure it with the same names and passwords for my networks. Shoot us an email at Linksyscares@linksys.com with the following information: Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Update us after. Choose a network to extend. Page 13 Enter password for main network. I have a similar installation for a canon printer and it connects properly (recognized by wrt3200acm) and I can use bonjour and AirPrint. Yep those are steps. When I turn the RE7000 off, the printer connects to the main router AND i have access to bonjour and airprint features. The issue I am having is my HP 8620 is connected to the extendeer (R7000) and is NOT visible to the rounter (wrt3200acm). I also have an hp8620 printer installed that seems to be connected to the re7000 but is not recognized by the wrt3200acm. Worked perfectly as an extender for my 2.4 and 5. I may have found the solution to my problem (though it doesn't answer my basic question). Worked perfectly as an extender for my 2.4 and 5. Yesterday my provider changed my modem for a newer model Arris TG3652 and configure it with the same names and passwords for my networks. You are going to be able to extend both bands 2.4 Ghz & 5Ghz. When I do a network scan through smartmwifi, the printer does not show up. Router is a Greenwave FIOS-GT-1100-FT which serves as a cable modem connected to a Verizon -- now Frontier -- FIOS network (if it weren't for that, it would probably be Linksys -- but that's another story). I have an RE7000 connected via ethernet to my EA9500 router. I also have an hp8620 printer installed that seems to be connected to the re7000 but is not recognized by the wrt3200acm. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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