How do I reconnect my NETGEAR WiFi range extender

by Emy Eliane on May 3, 2019 Internet Marketing 214 Views

Before you reconnect the Netgear WIFI Range Extender make sure that your extender is connected to the router previously and have a valid IP address. With the help of Mywifiext Net Setup, you can complete this process. Below, we are sharing the guidelines to reconnect the extender through WIFI. 

Here are the steps to follow:

• Press the Factory Settings button and hold it for 7 seconds.  This will reset your range extender. 
• Open your system’s WIFI menu and connect them to the default WIFI network,  NETGEAR_EXT.
• Open the web browser on the connected device. 
• Enter the address bar of your web browser for Mywifiext Net Setup. 
• Hit the enter button and click on the Search option. 
• The login page will display on your screen. 
• Enter your username and the password. By default, the username is admin and the password is password. Both are case sensitive. 
• Follow the onscreen instructions to re-connect the extender to the home network. 

Important - If your router is using the WEP security, you need to enter its network name and the password. 

• Reconnect the WIFI devices to the Netgear Extender. 

If you need any additional information you can contact the router experts for the help. 

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