The access point expands an existing Wi-Fi network's range while in repeater mode. This option is appropriate when you desire a greater effective range of the wireless signal across your house or workplace but are in a Wi-Fi dead zone or even an area with just a weak wireless signal.
Step 1: Log in to the Access Point's web-based management system.
Step 2: Click Next to begin and then select Quick Setup.
Step 3: Choose YES if you want to switch your login account. Next, input your old login and password before entering your new ones. If not, press Next to continue.
Step 4: As the Operation Mode, choose Repeater (Range Extender). Choose Next.
Step 5: Choose WDS Repeater as well as Universal Repeater. If you are unsure if your host AP supports WDS, it is advised that you select Universal Repeater.
Step 6: Click Attach after clicking Survey to locate your host network. Click Next after entering the wireless password for the host network.
Step 7: Click Next after selecting the LAN IP type of the access point or, in most situations, leave it at Smart IP.
Step 8: To finish the configuration, click Complete.
Place the access point within the dead zone roughly halfway between your host AP and it. The host and extended networks use the same name and password. Now you've all the necessary information regarding how to configure the Repeater mode of the Wireless N Access Point.