This article will guide you regarding the process of connecting Netgear WiFi Extender setup manually. This is normally done after NETGEAR Wi-Fi Extender has already been connected to a router and an IP address has already being generated.
How to manually connect the NETGEAR Wi-Fi Extender:
Check if you have NETGEAR Wi-Fi Extender with a suitable Ethernet port available.
Step 1: When connecting NETGEAR Wi-Fi Extender with the help of Ethernet cable you must use a PC.
Step 2: Use My Wifi Ext Login to get to the settings of NETGEAR Wi-Fi Extender
Enter the username and password.
If you don’t know the default login details, then you can use below-mentioned details:
Important: Remember that the username and password are both case-sensitive.
Step 3: Now click on Setup followed by Wireless Settings
Step 4: Look for the password value that is given in the tab named ‘Security Options’. The password should match the router password.
Step 5: Select ‘Apply’
Step 6: Connect the NETGEAR Wi-Fi Extender to Wi-Fi devices once again.
If you don’t have an Ethernet port then:
Step 1: Reset the Wi-Fi Extender to factory default.
For that, you need to press Factory reset button and hold it for a few seconds. This button is given on the side panel of the device.
Step 2: Now connect the NETGEAR Wi-Fi extender to your Wi-Fi.
Step 3: Now Login http www.myWiFiext.net
You are going to be automatically directed to enter the username and password.
For that your default credentials are as under:
With both as case sensitive.
Step 4: Carefully go on as per the aforementioned process for setting up the router connection.
Step 5: Now you can reconnect your Wi-Fi devices with Netgear Wi-Fi Extender.
That’s all and you are done with it. If you had tried everything and still the problem persists, contact Netgear help and support providers. They will be able to assist you in the most suitable manner, as they have helped many Netgear extender users with the setup process.