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NETGEAR Ex7300 EXTENDER Setup

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BUTTONS FROM TOP TO BUTTON

-Reset hole.

-Power ON/OFF.

-WPS.

-Access point/Extender switch.

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Netgear Ex7300 Setup : Netgear is one of the biggest names when it comes to the Wi-Fi industry. Netgear is credited for bringing innovation and introducing new technologies in the routers and Wi-Fi extenders. In this blog, we are going to talk about one such specific model by Netgear that is designed to boost the range of your Wi-Fi and ensure a wider and stronger signal or Wi-Fi for your home network. 


Netgear EX7300 Setup through WPS:

  • Plugin the Netgear Ex7300 Range extender close to your router for stronger and faster WPS connection.
  • Once the power LED on the extender turns amber it means it is ready for setup.
  • Make sure the switch on the extender is towards EXTENDER.
  • Push the WPS on the Netgear Ex7300 WI-Fi Range Extender Setup.
  • Hit WPS on the router or your main WiFi unit within a minute.
  • You will see a blinking light on both these devices, once the light stops it means NEW Extender Setup is configured.
  • Along with power LED you will now have a WPS LED and a Router LED on the range extender.
    NOTE:- In case your router doesn’t support WPS you can setup extender through 192.168.1.250 or mywifiext.net
  • In case WPS doesn’t work try bringing the extender close to your router. If still it doesn’t work reset the extender.
  • Once the Ex7300 extender is configured unplug it and place it halfway between your router and the place where you need WiFi.

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