You will definitely need to tick the "Allow wireless station to associate" checkbox on the client/repeater AP, otherwise it will be impossible for wireless clients to connect to the repeater. Otherwise, you could try the WDS repeater mode. You may actually be better off with WDS mode - I've heard various things banded about regarding client/repeater being faster, which may or not be true, but WDS is certainly more transparent.
I would say that, in client/repeater mode at least, the client wireless security settings will want to be the same as the host AP, as any wireless clients local to the repeater will associate with the repeater itself. The host AP will only see the MAC address of the repeater, and not the individual clients. Mind you, I've never tried setting up a wireless repeater myself, as I don't particularly like the idea of wireless as it is, let alone with repeaters, so let us know how you get on!
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