Netgear wireless range extender could be setup in many ways. We could set it up using the web browser setup or we can do it by an easier way i.e. Wireless protected setup (WPS). Setting up the Netgear wireless range extender means to make it recolonize all the settings on your wireless home router. That means, what is the Network name 0r network SSID or the security key everything is setup according to your home Wi-Fi router on the Netgear wireless range extender. We can do it either manually or automatically. If, we want to do it manually, we have to follow the wireless protected setup.
Netgear wireless range extenders are used to improve the Wi-Fi connectivity throughout our home. It receives Wi-fi signals from our existing Wi-Fi router and boost those Wi-Fi signals deep further inside our home. As a result, we get a steady and consistent Wi-Fi signals around every corner of our home. To matter where we are inside our home or where move to, we always get a consistent signal. All the dead zones are eliminated from our home. After setting up the Netgear wireless range extender, the Wi-Fi network extended by the Netgear wireless range extender gets different network name or network SSID other than our home wifi router.
Netgear wireless range extender is of great use when it comes to eliminate the dead zones inside our home and provide a steady and consistent Wi-Fi signal around every corner inside our home. But, after using the Netgear wireless range extender for a long time, it stops working. It could be due to router problems or powerfluctuations. No matter what is the reason, we do not know hoe to fix it. There few steps which we can follow to see what is the reason behind in stoppage of the Netgear wireless range extender.