Netgear is a big manufacturer of smart wireless routers that allow you to network all your computers, laptops and other networking/ internet/ WiFi devices in your home or office without the need for messy network or Ethernet cables. Initially, you will need to connect your computer/ laptop to your Netgear wireless router with an Ethernet or USB cable new extender setup and once the setup is completed successfully; you can remove the attached cable and connect to the home WiFi network with your wireless adapter.
Smart Netgear routers provide a secure wireless access point for home networking. Without it, the Netgear extender setup process can never meet a successful end. For instructions, dial 1-888-829-5515 and ask forNetgear extender support.
Turn off your computer/ laptop and the existing modem.
Locate the Ethernet/ USB cable that runs from your main modem to your computer or a laptop (any). Unplug the end from your laptop/ computer.
Note: The modem you are using should be up-to-date by the updated and latest version An outdated device creates loads and loads of disasters and interference between the Netgear router setup process.
Now, grab the unplugged end and plug it into the Ethernet port of Netgear router (situated at the back panel of your device).
Next, plug the cable (Ethernet or USB) that came with your Netgear device into the LAN (1) (back of the router). After that, plug the other end into the Ethernet port on the back of your PC or laptop, the same port you unplugged the cable in Step 2.
Plug in the modem first and turn its power on. Wait a couple of minutes.
Plug in the Netgear router. Wait for another few minutes.
Turn on your computer or a laptop and check the lights on your Netgear device (front). All the lights (four) must be lit. In case the third light is not lit or solid, check the Ethernet connection again from the router to the modem and make sure that it is secure and the modem is turned on properly. On the other hand, if the fourth is not lit, then check the Ethernet connection from the router to the computer or laptop, ensuring that the connection is secure and your device (computer or laptop) is properly turned on.
Open an Internet browser (any) and type 192.168.0.1 (default IP address of Netgear wireless router) address bar field.
When a login window opens up, it will ask for you to fill login details (username and password). You have to enter them by default. In case it does not work, check the documentation that came with your Netgear router or you can also have a word with our certified technical department regarding the same.
Once you connect to the smart Netgear wireless router successfully, a mywifiext.net setup wizard will display. This setup screen will walk you through the Netgear Genie home-page to finalize the process of configuring and installing your router. You just have to remain calm – have patience and keep clicking on the positive responses until and unless the page asks you to click on “finish” to complete the setup process.
Well, Netgear smart WiFi routers are not immune to common problems and issues found in wireless networking. A Netgear wireless router that will not connect to WiFi-enabled devices most likely needs nothing more than a few common changes to its settings. Conversely, eliminating problems caused by third-party WiFi and tweaking the settings of a wireless router will create a reliable connection for any device (wired or wireless). So, if you want to change the settings of your Netgear device then we insist you reach us simply via section below or toll-free number mentioned above.