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Netgear is an American based global networking company. They deliver their services
to business holders and households. They have three different business segments;
commercial, retail and provider of services. They have a huge market all across the
globe. They are better recognized for their wireless products like LTE and Wi-Fi. Their
products are very much effective and less problematic.
Essential Steps to Set-Up Netgear Router as a Repeater:
Usually, repeater is used by the businesses to increase the range of their network and
enhancing signal potency and allowing devices, outer the range of the router to connect
to the network. Follow these simple steps to set up a Netgear router as a repeater.
In first step, you need to connect an Ethernet cable to your Netgear router. Now,
connect the other end to a system or computer.
In the next step, Open address bar in the web browser and enter “192.168.1.1″ or
www.routerlogin.net, without any quote. After this, press ENTER.
Now, login with your admin credentials and fill USER NAME and PASSWORD before
clicking the OK button.
Choose WIRELESS SETTING option from under Setup. Write down the name of the
network, channel and mode.
Select WEP from under Security Options and enter a security key in the relevant fields.
After, filling all relevant fields, click on APPLY.
Now, choose WIRELESS REPEATING FUNCTION from under Advanced. Now, write
down the Media Access Control or MAC address of the system.
Now disconnect the Ethernet cable from your router and connect it with the Netgear
device which is going to be used as a repeater. But, make sure that the router is not
connected to the modem.
Now, follow the same instructions as mentioned in the STEP 2 and STEP 3 to the
router. Try to configure it so that it can identify the channel, mode and security settings
of the network.
Choose and click on ROUTER STATUS and enter the IP address.
Click on WIRELESS REPEATING FUNCTION and write down the Media Access
Control or MAC address. And after that choose ENABLE WIRELESS REPEATING
FUNCTION and WIRELESS REPEATER from the options.
After, MAC address, choose the options of ENABLE WIRELESS REPEATING
FUNCTION also WIRELESS REPEATER. Enter the router’s IP address which is filled in
the STEP 9 as well. Then, deselect DISABLE WIRELESS CLIENT ASSOCIATION.
Again enter the MAC (Media Access Control) address. Click on APPLY to make your
router as a repeater.
In this step, you have to disconnect the Ethernet cable from the repeater and sign in to
the network to access the router setup.
Now, go to the page of WIRELESS REPEATING FUNCTION and then choose ENABLE
WIRELESS REPEATER. After this, click on WIRELESS BASE STATION.
Again, deselect the option of the DISABLE WIRELESS CLIENT ASSOCIATION and
again enter the MAC address of the repeater into the relevant field.
It is the last step in this entire configuration. Simply click on APPLY to finish all the
steps. With this all settings will be saved and your Netgear Router is ready as a
If you find any difficulty during this setup process, you can contact to 24/7
available Netgear router support for the assistance.
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