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Netgear Extender Setup

Neatgear Extender Setup

Netgear Wi-Fi Extender is an ideal device when you have to kill the dead zones in your network connection. You can also increase the range of your network connectivity through this device. The basic reason behind people opting for Netgear Wi-Fi Extender Setup is that it is super easy to setup. The Netgear Extender Setup comprises of easy steps that you can follow. 

Netgear Extender Setup Via WPS

Netgear Wi-Fi Extenders are the easiest and fastest way to boost the range of your existing Wi-Fi.
 

  1. The first step in this process is to Unbox your Wi-Fi Extender 
  2. Then plug the extender into an electrical outlet. 
  3. To complete the setup process smoothly, we recommend you to plug in the Wi-Fi Extender in the same room as of your router. 
  4. For this process, you need to check if your router supports a WPS setup. Look for the WPS button on the front or back depending upon your router.
  5. If you find a WPS button on your router, press and hold for a few seconds to turn it on. 
  6. Our Wi-Fi Extender has a WPS LED, this light indicates the connection of your Wi-fi Extender to the Router. 
  7. If the Router has successfully been connected to your Wi-Fi Extender, the WPS LED on your Wi-Fi Extender will turn solid green.  
  8. Check if your Router Wi-Fi supports the 5GHz band. If yes, and you want to extend this band Repeat the WPS process one more time. 
  9. Now, unplug the extender. You can now move it to a new location. 
  10. This new location should preferably be halfway from both your Router and the device you wish to connect. 
  11. Keep in mind that this location should be within the reach of your Wi-Fi Router. 
  12. Plug the extender in this new location and turn the Power on. 
  13. Wait for the extender to switch on properly.
  14. The Router link LED that is present on your Wi-Fi Extender will tell you the status of your connection with the router. 
  15. If the light is amber or green you have found an ideal location for your extender. 
  16. If the light is still red, try shifting the device more towards the range of the router. 
  17. This enhances your Wi-Fi Extender’s connectivity with the Router. 
  18. Set your device in an ideal location. Now, bring the device that you wish to connect close to your Wi-Fi Extender. 
  19. The extender uses your existing Wi-Fi name. However, it adds “_2GEXT” or “_5GEXT” to the existing name in the end. 
  20. Click on the connect icon, and you will be asked to enter your password. 
  21. Your password is just the same as your Wi-Fi. Enter that and don’t forget to choose the auto-connect option for further use.
  22. Also, connect a mobile device with the Wi-Fi Extender. 
  23. Now take this mobile device to a previously dead zone. 
  24. Once your devices are connected and placed in the dead zone, return to your Wi-Fi Extender. 
  25. Check the Client Link LED. 
  26. If it is Green or amber your Wi-Fi network has been properly extended.

Congratulations! You can now enjoy your Wi-Fi Network with seamless internet speed. 

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Netgear Extender Setup Via Netgear Installation Assistant

The plugging in part for all is similar, the difference in the procedure becomes after you plug in your device. If you do not find the WPS button or your Router does not support WPS, then follow these steps.

  1. Connect your device such as a laptop or PC to the extender using a wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection. 
    • You can use a wired Ethernet connection quite easily. Use an Ethernet cable to connect the Ethernet port on the Wi-Fi extender to an Ethernet port on your computer.
    • Or you can go for the Wi-Fi method to connect. On your Wi-Fi enabled device, open the Wi-Fi connection manager and locate and connect to the Wi-Fi extender network called NETGEAR_EXT.
    • Once the connection with your Wi-Fi enabled device is established, the Client Link LED will turn amber or green. 
  2. Open a web browser, on your device. 
  3. Visit the Official Site of your Wi-Fi Extender. 
  4. The New Extender Setup page now displays. 
  5. As soon as you will click the “New Extender Setup” button a “Create Account” form opens up. 
  6. Fill the Field and click the “Next” icon. 
  7. Ensure that the Access Point/Extender switch is set to Extender and click the Continue icon.
  8. Select your Netgear router’s Wi-Fi network to extend and click the “Next” button. 
  9. In case, you do not wish to extend both Wi-Fi bands, clear the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Networks or the 5 GHz Wi-Fi Networks checkbox.
  10.  In the field for Password, type the router’s existing Wi-Fi network password and click the “Next” button.
  11. Set the network name (SSID) and password for your Wi-Fi extender and click the “Next” button.
  12.  It will easier if you enable the One Wi-Fi Name feature. This will permit the extender to use the same SSID and password as your existing router.  
  13.  Wait for the page to display a list of new extender Wi-Fi networks, which might take some time.
  14.  Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device, to the new extender Wi-Fi network with the help of SSID and password that you created. If you enabled One WiFi Name, connect to your router’s WiFi name and password.
  15. Make sure that your Wi-Fi enabled device is successfully connected before you click the “Continue” icon.
  16. Click the “Continue” icon.
  17.  The message that displays confirms that your Wi-Fi extender is ready.
  18.  Now you can move your device and check the connectivity just the same way that you did in the 10-17 and 22-26.