Setting Up NETGEAR Wi-Fi Range Extender

The My Wi-Fi Ext customer support helps you set up your NETGEAR Wi-Fi range extender in a fast and easy manner. This is an online page where you can connect a home router to the wireless range extender. This is a login page that you can access, anytime, to login to the extender settings. To set up the Wi-Fi range extender through this login page, you must be connected to the Wi-Fi network of your extender. Whether you are a home, business, or a service provider, you can use this webpage to set up the range extender, anytime.

Important Information

When you visit their website for setting up the wireless extender, then you may get an on-screen message “You are not connected to your extender’s Wi-Fi network”. The reason behind this message can be that this might not be the regular internet site. It is the local internet address that is used to access the settings (Smart Wizard or genie) of the NETGEAR wireless range extender. The computer on which you are trying to access this website must be wirelessly or physically connected to the Ethernet to your range extender. Now, let’s see how you can set up your wireless range extender on your personal computer that is on the same network.

Instructions For Setting Up NETGEAR Wi-Fi Range Extender

Turn on your computer that is in connection with the range extender to enter the settings. Here is what you need to do in this regard:

  1. Access the wireless range extender page by following the given link on any web browser, like Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox, etc.
  2. Now, you will be on their official extender setup page where you can find a “New Extender Setup” button. If extender and router are using the different Wi-Fi network, then you will see an error on the screen. If connected on the same page, then you will see the page as shown below in the attached image.

After clicking the “New Extender Setup” button, you will enter the settings page from where you can easily setup your range extender. If you are having any issues or troubles in setting up your wireless range extender, then you can also contact your service provider.