Step 1 : Connect your Wi-Fi range extender to the wall outlet. Although the extender should be within the range of your router.
Step 2 : After that, setup d link n300 wifi range extender turn on the wireless utility on your PC and select the name of your D-Link router network. After that you also need to enter the password. Both the password as well as the network name are written on your Wi-Fi configuration card.
Step 3 : Launch your internet browser and enter dlinkap.local in the location bar. You can also enter the IP address in the address bar that is 192.168.0.50.
Step 4 : Now to setup D-link n300 wifi range extender, the login page will open up in front of you where you will have to enter both the username as well as the password. Type admin in the username field and leave the password section empty. Now, press enter or hit login.
Step 5 : Go to setup wizard and click on it.
Step 6 : After that to setup D-link n300 wifi range extender, click on Next.
Step 7 : In order to setup your network in a manual way, choose the option placed on the second position on the setup wizard menu.
Step 8 : Choose your uplink wireless network by clicking on the link given before you by clicking on it. After selecting the uplink network that you desire to use, hit select.
Step 9 : Choose the uplink network’s password and then go to next and click on it.
Step 10 : After that to setup D-link n300 wifi range extender, your D-Link router will rebroadcast wireless connection to the uplink router as an extended wireless network. Password and network name will be generated for 5 ghz and 2.4 ghz network.
If you desire to make any changes in these settings, then you must enter the network name and password that you want to apply to your extended wireless network. Click on next in order to move forward.
Step 11 : The setup procedure has finally completed. A new summary page will be displayed in the settings for both the extended wireless network and uplink router. It is important for you to make a record of this detail. Click on save.
A green check mark is going to appear between your wireless extender and uplink router, which will indicate that there is a successful connection between those two.