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Netgear Extender Setup with is an offline setup page to connect the Netgear extender to the WIFI. This article will provide you step-by-step instructions to connect your Netgear extender to your wireless router.

Things that you need to keep in mind before starting up mywifiext net setup. mywifiext net login is an easy offline setup page and usually takes about 10  minutes for the setup. Before you start setup make sure you have the following things ready:

  • Your extender is plugged into a power outlet that is close enough to your router.
  • Netgear extender should have one solid green light on the power.
  •  Please make sure you have correct Network Security Key and SSID.
  • If this extender was working with a different router please do a factory reset once.   Click here for instructions on how to reset Netgear extender.

Netgear Extender Setup with WPS

If the web browser or setup did not work for you perhaps you can try setting up your extender with WPS or WIFI Protected Setup. Before you start setting up your extender with the WPS you need to make sure that the router is turned and has an active internet connection. Your Netgear extender should be in the same room as your wireless router. Follow the steps given below for the WPS setup:

  • Make sure your router is turned on and has an active internet connection.
  • Now plug your extender near your wireless router.
  • Wait for one solid green to turn on, if you have 2 or more solid green lights on it please try to reset your extender to the factory defaults.
  • Now push the WPS button on your extender and wait for 2 minutes.
  • After pushing the WPS button on your extender WPS light will start blinking.
  • Wait for 2 minutes and then you should get 3 solid green lights on it.
  • Now your extender is connected to your wireless router.
The last and most important step is to place your extender at a location where it can easily reach your WIFI dead zones and your wireless router. You can put your extender within 25 ft of your router in a normal case but sometimes it might not work that far from your router. In this situation, you can try talking to one of our experts for the best resolution.

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How to use Netgear Extender as an Access Point

Yes, you read it right. Most of the Netgear Extenders can be used as an Access Point. What is the access point you ask, Access Point is a mode within your Netgear extender that lets you connect your extender to your router using an ethernet cable. Read our full article about Access Point or Call our experts for consultation.

  • First thing is to make sure that you have an extender that is compatible with Access Point mode.
  • Now connect a cable between your wireless router and Netgear Extender.
  • Open a web browser on your computer or smartphone and type www mywifiext net.
  • Click on New Extender setup and then create an account using your credentials then click on next.
  • Now choose Access Point Mode on the screen.
  • After clicking on the access point mode create an SSID and Network Security Password then click next.
  • Your extender will take about 2 minutes to complete the setup and then a message will prompt on your screen that says your extender is connected as an Access Point.

Why can't I access

You might find yourself in a situation where is not working and it could be frustrating. is a setup page for the Netgear Extender Setup.

Netgear Extender Setup or is only accessible when you have your computer or smartphone connected to the extender’s WIFI network. can be accessed through a phone or a computer.

When you try to access for the first it tries to make direct contact with its DNS server that can only be accessed through a direct connection.

Troubleshooting tips for

  • First of all, make sure your device has an active internet connection.
  • Try a different browser to open login.
  • If you’re logged in to but getting an error then try a different device.

Setup is done through but No Internet

There could be some situations where the user may find that their extender is connected to the router and gone through the setup process but the extender still says no internet. Troubleshooting tips for this situation:
  • Make sure your extender has the router link LED turned on.
  • Check if your main router has internet on it.
  • This could be due to putting in wrong password during setup

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