I want to Connect Linksys Extender to Netgear. Help!

Connect Linksys Extender

“Today, I bought a Netgear N300 extender! Now, I want to Connect Linksys Extender – but the thing is – how to do that? When I plug them in – and try connecting them – I suddenly get with Netgear and Linksys red light issue. Please help me connect the devices in a few easy steps as I am tired and can’t follow lengthy manual steps.”

This is the concern raised by one of our valuable Linksys extender user today. If you also have the same concern and want to connect your Netgear and the Linksys extender – this article can be of great help to you. Here, you will get to know – how to make a connection between the Netgear and the Linksys device in a hassle-free way. Read on!

No matter – whether you have Netgear N300 extender or Linksys RE6500 extender or not! The steps to make a Linksys extender and Netgear extender connection will be the same for all models. So, don’t scroll away and continue reading!

Connect Linksys Extender and Netgear Extender [WPS Method]

Until you are done applying the last step of the WPS method – you will find that your devices are connected already. But, the thing is – you follow the steps in the correct order and with calm mind.

Place your Linksys and Netgear Extender closer – and once you are done – plug them in to a working power source. After plugging the devices in – the power LED on the Linksys and Netgear device will become solid green after blinking.

Make sure that the sockets you have chosen for your Netgear and Linksys extender are non-damaged. And, if you don’t have two wall sockets closer – install a one or if you don’t have even one either – call up an electrician and install two working outlets.

Locate the WPS button on your Linksys extender now. Once you find it – press it – and wait for the LED named as WPS starts blinking green.

Note this down – the Linksys extender’s WPS LED may take time to get stable. So, please have patience!

After seeing blinking green WPS LED on your Linksys WiFi range extender – wait for 10-15 seconds and then – press the WPS button on your Netgear WiFi range extender as well.

You are all Done!

Smile now as your devices are connected successfully! But, before you make a connection between your Linksys and the Netgear device. Make sure you have already reset Linksys extender and performed the Linksys extender setup process from scratch. Why? Because – ensuring the same will give you no issue to experience while connecting your devices for sure!

What After Connect Linksys Extender to Netgear?

Now – what you have to do – after making a Linksys extender and Netgear extender connection! Unplug them – and move it to the location of your choice. For better and uninterrupted WiFi coverage – we suggest you place one extender in your living/ drawing room (any) and the other extender (any) in your bedroom.

While relocating your devices after connecting them – make sure you have chosen a place for them in an area in your home – where they are having no issues communicating to each other.

The last Words

Trust us – you have made the best decision for getting one of the finest WiFi range extenders in your home for the outstanding brands – Linksys and Netgear. Now, you will experience a boost in your existing internet range. Also find that – you are able to access WiFi in those dead zones of your home – where not even the shadow of internet was expected.

We hope that – this article have helped you out to connect your Linksys and the Netgear extender without hindrance. Yes? Well, with the hope of helping you – we will wrap this piece of writing up.

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