The easiest way to configure your AT&T extension is using the SmartHomeManager app. You can easily control your home network using it.
Follow below mentioned steps to set Up AT&T WiFi Extender :-
Step 1: Install the Smart Home Manager app on your iOS or Android device. You can also obtain it by scan the QR code below.
Step 2: Open the app and register or sign in using your AT&T account.
Step 3: The smartphone application will walk you through the set up procedure, including syncing the extender with your Wi-Fi network.
Step 4: Your AT&T extension will resume after being connected.
With this technique, an Ethernet cable can be used to link the extension device to your Wi-Fi gateway. This is a fantastic choice if the location that you wish to put your extender has a wired connection.
Using an Ethernet wire, you can use this method to link the extension device to your Wi-Fi gateway. If the site where you wish to put your extender has a wired connection, that is a good alternative. It guarantees a steady and dependable connection, making it superior to a wireless connection.
Step 1: Attach an Ethernet wire to your router's LAN port on one end.
Step 2: Join the other extremity of the Ethernet wire to the LAN interface on your AT&T extension.
Step 3: Connect the extension to a nearby power outlet.
Step 4: Wait for the converter to turn on and connect to your router.
Step 5: As soon as the connection is made, the extender should begin operating.
With this technique, you can use the WPS button to pair your AT&T wireless network extender with your router. The ATT extender may be set up in the shortest amount of time possible. The WPS button is located on the back of both devices. Press it to complete the connection.
Step 1: Position your AT&T extender close to your router.
Step 2: Push your router's WPS button.
Step 3: Press your AT&T extender's WPS button within a minute. A secure connection between the repeater and router will be created automatically.
Step 4: Disconnect your Wi-Fi Booster from the electrical outlet and relocate it to a different spot between your Wi-Fi Portal and the location where you want a greater signal.
Make sure your Wi-Fi-capable gadget is within the signal's range of the extension. Simply find the internet connection name (SSID) associated with the repeater in the list of possible wireless connections on your device, then choose it.
Your device can use the enhanced Wi-Fi coverage offered by the AT&T repeater after entering the password for the Wi-Fi network if requested.
Make sure the extension is positioned so it can communicate with the network equipment and that both are turned on. Verify that you correctly input the Wi-Fi connection name (SSID) and passcode during setup. If the problem still exists, try rebooting the extension cable and the network router and make sure the firmware is current.
A red light means there's a connectivity problem. Try moving the extension closer to the routers if you see a red light on it that is flashing.
If you come across a solid red signal, you should try to pair the device via the WPS technique or physically connect the Booster to the Gateway using the provided Ethernet connection.
The extension has not yet synchronised with your gateway if the green lights on the extender are blinking. Place your gateway nearby and click on the WPS icon on each gadget to sync the extension.
After a brief period of blinking, the extender's lights will turn solid green to indicate that the devices have been successfully linked. You can position the extender where you want it once the two gadgets are paired.