Hi-Gain Wireless-N Dual Radio Smart Repeater
[HW2R1]
  • Connects and humspm.com Repeats any 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi Network
  • Dual Smart Radio design allows better receiving distance and you can find a replacement.
  What’s the difference between Hawking’s Smart repeater and

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Smart Repeater is engineered with two Wi-Fi radios (Dual-Radio Technology, one dedicated to receiving and another to broadcasting signals. With dedicated receiving and broadcasting radios, the Smart Repeater can optimize your receiving distance while efficiently delivers repeated signal locally. The smart repeater also has firewall and full router features. It protects your network and computer data while sharing a Wi-Fi Hotspot.
With the Smart Repeater, it creates a new wireless network from an existing one, while the Range Extender becomes a larger part of your existing network. All computers and devices will be part of one network. All your files, such as music and videos can be shared easily. On some of the newer extenders, you can set them up with seamless roaming, allow all Wi-Fi devices to connect to one network name.
  I am getting drastically reduced speeds when compared to my original WiFi signal. How do I fix this?
Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, basic settings. Try adjusting channels until you get close to your original speed. The reason for this is related to wireless interference.
Another issue that might cause the problem might be the security. Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, Security Settings. Change the security to WPA-Pre-shared key and select WPA2-AES. Type in a passphrase. Save and apply.
  I am experiencing constant drops. What can I do?
Log into the original Wireless Network settings (such as the Wireless router you are trying to repeat), go into the wireless settings and give it a static wireless channel. If your router is constantly changing channels, it may cause the Smart Repeater to lose internet connection.
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  How come I do not see my network files when I'm connected to the HW2R1?
The HW2R1 by default creates an isolated network. You will see two networks after it is configured, your original wireless network and the HW2R1. This is by default for security reasons, especially if you are connecting to an open/public network.
If you wish the two wireless signals to be on one network, during the quick setup, there is a check box for bridging/passthrough mode. Please check this box and go thorugh the setup process. Then restart your system. When you connect to the HW2R1, you should not be on the same network as your original network.
  During the setup, I notice that the HW2R1 has it's own wireless name. Can I make it the same as my original network?
No, the HW2R1 requires that its own wireless name (SSID) be different from the wireless name it is repeating.
  There are 3 antennas on the back of the HW2R1. What are their functions?
There are 3 antennas on the back of the HW2R1. What are their functions? The center antenna is used to receive the wireless signal from the source. Replace the middle antenna, if you need to pick up signal from further away.
The two outer antennas are used to broadcast the received signal. They will send the signal from the repeater to your wireless computers and devices. You can replace the two outer antennas if you need to provide more coverage from the received signal.
Recommended Upgrades for the Middle Antenna: HA12W, HAO14SDP
Recommended Upgrades for the two outer antennas: HA09SIP, HAO15SIP (only for super long range application)
  I’ve lost the antenna, can I get a replacement?
Yes, go to our www.gohawking.com store and you can find a replacement.
  What’s the difference between Hawking’s Smart repeater and Range Extender?
Smart Repeater is engineered with two Wi-Fi radios (Dual-Radio Technology, one dedicated to receiving and another to broadcasting signals. With dedicated receiving and broadcasting radios, the Smart Repeater can optimize your receiving distance while efficiently delivers repeated signal locally. The smart repeater also has firewall and full router features. It protects your network and computer data while sharing a Wi-Fi Hotspot.
With the Smart Repeater, it creates a new wireless network from an existing one, while the Range Extender becomes a larger part of your existing network. All computers and devices will be part of one network. All your files, such as music and videos can be shared easily. On some of the newer extenders, you can set them up with seamless roaming, allow all Wi-Fi devices to connect to one network name.
  I am getting drastically reduced speeds when compared to my original WiFi signal. How do I fix this?
Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, basic settings. Try adjusting channels until you get close to your original speed. The reason for this is related to wireless interference.
Another issue that might cause the problem might be the security. Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, Security Settings. Change the security to WPA-Pre-shared key and select WPA2-AES. Type in a passphrase. Save and apply.
  I am experiencing constant drops. What can I do?
Log into the original Wireless Network settings (such as the Wireless router you are trying to repeat), go into the wireless settings and give it a static wireless channel. If your router is constantly changing channels, it may cause the Smart Repeater to lose internet connection.
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  How come I do not see my network files when I'm connected to the HW2R1?
The HW2R1 by default creates an isolated network. You will see two networks after it is configured, your original wireless network and the HW2R1. This is by default for security reasons, especially if you are connecting to an open/public network.
If you wish the two wireless signals to be on one network, during the quick setup, there is a check box for bridging/passthrough mode. Please check this box and go thorugh the setup process. Then restart your system. When you connect to the HW2R1, you should not be on the same network as your original network.
  During the setup, I notice that the HW2R1 has it's own wireless name. Can I make it the same as my original network?
No, the HW2R1 requires that its own wireless name (SSID) be different from the wireless name it is repeating.
  There are 3 antennas on the back of the HW2R1. What are their functions?
There are 3 antennas on the back of the HW2R1. What are their functions? The center antenna is used to receive the wireless signal from the source. Replace the middle antenna, if you need to pick up signal from further away.
The two outer antennas are used to broadcast the received signal. They will send the signal from the repeater to your wireless computers and devices. You can replace the two outer antennas if you need to provide more coverage from the received signal.
Recommended Upgrades for the Middle Antenna: HA12W, HAO14SDP
Recommended Upgrades for the two outer antennas: HA09SIP, HAO15SIP (only for super long range application)
  I’ve lost the antenna, can I get a replacement?
Yes, go to our www.gohawking.com store and you can find a replacement.
  What’s the difference between Hawking’s Smart repeater and Range Extender?
Smart Repeater is engineered with two Wi-Fi radios (Dual-Radio Technology, one dedicated to receiving and another to broadcasting signals. With dedicated receiving and broadcasting radios, the Smart Repeater can optimize your receiving distance while efficiently delivers repeated signal locally. The smart repeater also has firewall and full router features. It protects your network and computer data while sharing a Wi-Fi Hotspot.
With the Smart Repeater, it creates a new wireless network from an existing one, while the Range Extender becomes a larger part of your existing network. All computers and devices will be part of one network. All your files, such as music and videos can be shared easily. On some of the newer extenders, you can set them up with seamless roaming, allow all Wi-Fi devices to connect to one network name.
  I am getting drastically reduced speeds when compared to my original WiFi signal. How do I fix this?
Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, basic settings. Try adjusting channels until you get close to your original speed. The reason for this is related to wireless interference.
Another issue that might cause the problem might be the security. Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, Security Settings. Change the security to WPA-Pre-shared key and select WPA2-AES. Type in a passphrase. Save and apply.
  I am experiencing constant drops. What can I do?
Log into the original Wireless Network settings (such as the Wireless router you are trying to repeat), go into the wireless settings and give it a static wireless channel. If your router is constantly changing channels, it may cause the Smart Repeater to lose internet connection.
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  How come I do not see my network files when I'm connected to the HW2R1?
The HW2R1 by default creates an isolated network. You will see two networks after it is configured, your original wireless network and the HW2R1. This is by default for security reasons, especially if you are connecting to an open/public network.
If you wish the two wireless signals to be on one network, during the quick setup, there is a check box for bridging/passthrough mode. Please check this box and go thorugh the setup process. Then restart your system. When you connect to the HW2R1, you should not be on the same network as your original network.
  During the setup, I notice that the HW2R1 has it's own wireless name. Can I make it the same as my original network?
No, the HW2R1 requires that its own wireless name (SSID) be different from the wireless name it is repeating.
  There are 3 antennas on the back of the HW2R1. What are their functions?
There are 3 antennas on the back of the HW2R1. What are their functions? The center antenna is used to receive the wireless signal from the source. Replace the middle antenna, if you need to pick up signal from further away.
The two outer antennas are used to broadcast the received signal. They will send the signal from the repeater to your wireless computers and devices. You can replace the two outer antennas if you need to provide more coverage from the received signal.
Recommended Upgrades for the Middle Antenna: HA12W, HAO14SDP
Recommended Upgrades for the two outer antennas: HA09SIP, HAO15SIP (only for super long range application)
  I’ve lost the antenna, can I get a replacement?
Yes, go to our www.gohawking.com store and you can find a replacement.
  What’s the difference between Hawking’s Smart repeater and Range Extender?
Smart Repeater is engineered with two Wi-Fi radios (Dual-Radio Technology, one dedicated to receiving and another to broadcasting signals. With dedicated receiving and broadcasting radios, the Smart Repeater can optimize your receiving distance while efficiently delivers repeated signal locally. The smart repeater also has firewall and full router features. It protects your network and computer data while sharing a Wi-Fi Hotspot.
With the Smart Repeater, it creates a new wireless network from an existing one, while the Range Extender becomes a larger part of your existing network. All computers and devices will be part of one network. All your files, such as music and videos can be shared easily. On some of the newer extenders, you can set them up with seamless roaming, allow all Wi-Fi devices to connect to one network name.
  I am getting drastically reduced speeds when compared to my original WiFi signal. How do I fix this?
Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, basic settings. Try adjusting channels until you get close to your original speed. The reason for this is related to wireless interference.
Another issue that might cause the problem might be the security. Log into the Smart Repeater, go to General Settings, go to Home Wireless, Security Settings. Change the security to WPA-Pre-shared key and select WPA2-AES. Type in a passphrase. Save and apply.
  I am experiencing constant drops. What can I do?
Log into the original Wireless Network settings (such as the Wireless router you are trying to repeat), go into the wireless settings and give it a static wireless channel. If your router is constantly changing channels, it may cause the Smart Repeater to lose internet connection.

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