As we know, sometimes our Wi-Fi home router alone is not enough to give us a consistent Wi-Fi signal through out our home. There are always some dead spots or zones inside our home where we could hardly find any Wi-Fi signal. To eliminates all such dead zones or spots Netgear extenders are very helpful. We just have to setup the Netgear extender with our existing home router and it start covering every corner of our home with a strong and consistent Wi-Fi signal.
After purchasing a Netgear wireless range extender, we have to set it up first so, we could enjoy seamless Wi-Fi network throughout our house. We have to setup the Netgear wireless range extender with our existing home Wi-Fi router. There are several ways in which we can setup the Netgear wireless range extender with our home router. We could use the web browser setup or the Wireless protected setup (WPS) to setup the Netgear wireless range extender. Out of two, the Web browser setup is the simplest way to setup the Netgear wireless range extender and used by most of the users.
Sometimes, after using the Netgear wireless range extender for a while, it stops working. It could be due to many reasons. We do not realize it until, we start having problems in wifi signal reception. The Netgear wireless range extender could stop working due to many reasons like power fluctuations or changes in router settings and many others. If we have upgraded anything on our home router then, we have to make some changes on our Netgear wireless range extender as well otherwise it stops working. Sometimes, the changes are done by our internet service provider on the network as well. Those changes could also stop the working of Netgear wireless range extender.
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