With the world changing all over, need has arisen for better digital models for modern housing. Equipped with network connectivity round-the-clock, a new-age home is a sight to behold. However, often with digital networks, the issue of range and wireless signal issues is always there. To address these, you have to have a Linksys extender RE7000. The device will help expand your signal range to Wi-Fi dead zones. It will eliminate any signal issue that comes due to certain position of your Wi-Fi router.
Once you buy your Linksys RE7000 extender from a registered vendor, it is time to get it up and running. It is fairly easy. Here’s a quick step-by-step guide to install the device:
Step 1: Plug in your Linksys extender at the spot in between a Wi-Fi dead zone and your router. Wait for the signal light to flash amber.
Step 2: Connect any of your wireless devices to the extender Wi-Fi signal. If you are doing it on the phone, use the system set identifier (SSID) to connect to the device in the wireless network options.
Step 3: Open your web browser and type 192.168.1.1 in the address bar. This will take you to the web-based setup window of the Linksys extender. The interface is easy to use.
Step 4: After you have put in the wireless channel and password information into the web-based setup, click “start”. Wait for the setup to finish.
Step 5: Adjust your device distance over the dead zone in the in-built interface for capturing optimum signal. The indication of “very good” is the one to go with.
Step 6: Connect your device to the network as shown on the list of wireless networks on your device. Enjoy uninterrupted internet service with high speed Wi-Fi range.
Some tips After you have installed your Linksys RE7000 Wi-Fi extender, make sure you keep a check on the network speed at the dead zones. Just call up your service provider if any issue crops up. Sometimes the extender may just need a reset. There are buttons for that on the device itself. Also, keep the device antennas in an upright position to avoid any kind of glitch.