405 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 7, 2006 3:46 AM by Stephen Reynolds
When setting up the Express di dyou join the network created by the Extrme using WDS?
Application/Utilities/Airport Admin Utility > Select the Extreme, the final tab on the right should read WDS.
Enable this base station as a WDS: main base station
Allow wireless clinets on the base station, check
Select your Express form the list.
The rest I can't remember, but hopefully this will get you started!
1GHz G4, 15" PowerBook, Airport Extreme & Express, 1G iPod Mini Mac OS X (10.4.6)
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Two things. Support papers recommend avoiding using setup assistant for WDS. Make sure express is factory reset (unplug. hold in switch. plug in. wait for four flashes. let reset).
Join working express, add WDS.
2nd: make sure iTunes is set to look for speakers connected with Airtunes in preferences/advanced/general
I have exactly the same issue. I have a D-LINK DSL-300G and found it a nightmare to setup due to the nature of it being configurable on 192.168.0.1 etc...
Anyways, I got the internet to work by making the IP settings manual, however no iTunes remote speakers.
If I set it up to DHCP, iTunes appears, but no internet