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How to Configuring the Wireless Repeater Mode on Linksys Router

Hello, Please let me know how to configuring the wireless repeater mode on Linksys router. I am facing some issues in this while configur repeater mode of Linksys router. Help me.
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To configure the wireless repeater mode on Linksys smart Wi-Fi routers, you need to make sure that you have a Linksys smart Wi-Fi router access point and a computer with internet access. You first have to access the web interface, and for that, you will require login credentials and the router's IP address.

Further, after navigating and making certain changes in the settings, you can configure the wireless repeater mode on the Linksys Wi-Fi router. It provides a lot of benefits like extended coverage, flexible placement, easy setup, and no requirement for ethernet cable. So make sure you follow the process carefully to achieve the best results.

If you want to know the complete process of Login in Linksys Router can consider reading the linked article. 

Steps for Configuring Wireless Repeater Mode on Your Linksys Router

Step 1: Go to the location bar of your internet browser and enter http://192.168.1.1 and then log into your Smart Wi-Fi router. 192.168.1.1 is the default IP address of the router. In case you have changed the IP address, then enter the new IP address.

Step 2: Select the option of Connectivity.

Step 3: After that, click on Internet Settings.

Step 4: Now, select Edit.

Step 5: Click on the wireless repeater.

Step 6: Enter the network name, security mode, and network band of your main router.

Step 7: Select Ok for saving the settings. Select Yes to Continue.

When your Linksys smart Wi-Fi router is changed into a wireless extender, you will have to check the access point's DHCP table for the new IP address of your Linksys smart Wi-Fi router. You will have to enter the new IP address to log into your smart Wi-Fi router's internet-based setup page if you wish to configure it later on.

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