New router-now I can't connect anymore.

I had to replace my old router for my dsl internet. The new router is a D-Link dsl-2750b. I have a Netgear WN2000RPT extender that worked just fine with my old router. The xbox is in my sons room which is close to the extender. We have used an ethernet cable from xbox to extender for a long time and it has always worked. I configured the extender to work with the new router, and for connections like my laptop the extender does its job. This new router has a password, old router didnt. 

Now whenever I try to connect to live I get the "cant connect to the internet" error. On xbox live test it fails on the first part, network. I have tried everything, even disabling the routers password but nothing works. Am I missing something? Please help I have been working on this for a week and I am completely lost.

 

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Hi

This isn't really an Xbox issue its because you changed the router, so the extender will need to be setup again, I would recommend connecting a pc to the extnder and get that working first

www.unofficialguidetolive.co.uk/.../204-using-a-third-party-ethernet-wireless-adapter

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Thank you for the links you provided...hopefully they will send me on the right path.

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Let us know how it goes :)

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I can acutally be something with the ports on your router. Try going into your router settings and searching up the ports needed to connect.

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He doesn't get that far I'm afraid

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Thank you everyone for your suggestions. It turned out that my Netgear extender has an internal DHCP server that needed to be enabled. Success!

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Hello,

this problem looks similar to mine. I have an XBOX 360 S with builtin wireless. I have a COMCAST 862 modem+router combo. When I try to configure the network the XBOX does detect the wireless network I have. However, when I try to give it the WPA2 key, it does not seem to be able to save it.

The only way I am able to get it to work is by keeping the network completely open. Does anyone have any suggestion?

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Indeed, I do have this router. I guess I should talk to Comcast. The workaround suggested is pretty old. I am assuming that there has been a better fix since 2011.

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There is , ask Comcast to swap out the router for one that works :) seriously that is what others are doing

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