The MAC addresses connected to the extender will be translated to various MAC addresses on the main network by an existing wireless router with MAC Address Filtering activated or Access Control List Feature, resulting in the loss of internet access to the connected devices. Follow these simple steps to connect your devices to the internet.
The Access Control List feature or the MAC Address screening option on your router should be disabled, and the router LED link should remain lighted.
It’s simple to connect to your extension network with your smartphone; here’s a step-by-step guide.
Congratulations, you’ve logged into your Netgear range extender successfully.
You may log in to your WiFi network or Nighthawk mesh extender after you’ve set it up to view and alter the settings.
Before continuing, go to NETGEAR Support and obtain your model’s fast start instructions if you haven’t already installed and connected your extender to your existing WiFi network.
See How To Setup Netgear N300 Range Extender – A Simple And Effective Step By Step Guide if you haven’t done so already.
To access your Netgear Range Extender, follow these steps:
From a computer or Android device connected to your extender’s network, open a web browser such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Google Chrome.
It’s possible that the WiFi network names on your router and extender are different (SSIDs). Make sure you connect to the network of your extender.
Computers that run on Windows. Android devices using http://mywifiext.net or http://mywifiext.local http://extender’s IP address> (e.g. http://192.168.1.5).