Netgear AC750 WiFi Range Extender Setup
Boosts your wireless connection to previously not reachable or dead-zone areas with Netgear AC750 Wi-Fi range extender. Compatible with any Wi-Fi router or modem. Dual-band Wi-Fi connection up to 750Mbps. Small size and wall-mounted design which makes AC750 extender easy to plug and move where ever you want. Ethernet ports allow you to connect the Wireless Extender to function as a wireless network adapter to connect wired devices.
How to login AC750 Wifi range extender setup
Wireless Protected Setup (WPS) is a feature that lets you easily connect your wireless supported client devices, such as your Wi-Fi printers, to your existing router wirelessly.
NOTE: The Wireless Protected Setup (WPS) setup one device at a given time. The wireless protected setup button is situated either on the backside or the front side of your Netgear device. Some modem or routers may not have a WPS connection. Check your product manual for the detailed list of features of your modem or router.
Connecting a device using the WPS button
Use this method if your modem or router has a WPS button
Find and press the Wireless Protected Setup button on your main modem or router. Alternatively, you can log in to your modem or router’s page and push the WPS button from there also by just clicking on the same.
NOTE: To log in to your Netgear modem or router’s web-based setup page, open any browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox®, Internet Explorer®, or Safari®) and enter the IP “192.168.1.1” address on the top of your address bar then press [Enter]. You will be asked to enter your log-in details. The default username is “Admin” and the Password is “Password” then click OK.
NOTE: To use the WPS feature the Netgear Ex6100 and the router should be in the same room.
Your device should now be connected to your router wirelessly using Wireless Protected Setup connection. On your Ac750 now you will be getting all four green lights and it’s ready to use. If you face any connection problems with the WPS setup such as Connection Failure! It means your range extender failed to communicate to the existing wireless network.
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