How to access mywifiext

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. is a web address that opens settings on a Netgear range extender. A WiFi range extender enhances your current WiFi network. We’ve all tried to load a TV show or movie and sat in front of our screen watching the “buffering” screen load our entertainment. At times, this can be a lengthy process and become very frustrating. A range extender will speed up this process for you.

Not solely for your entertainment, a range extender gives you faster Wi-Fi speed for all of your speedy internet needs on any of your devices – cell phone, laptop, portable PC, tablet, among others. WiFi extenders eliminate dead zones and help you unplug by giving you an extended WiFi range. WiFi extenders are generally simple to install with a plug and go system. offers instant extender setup and has expert technicians to offer you professional support.

The extender setup is quite simple. You must first ensure that your WiFi switch supports WiFi Protected Setup, or WPS. This extender will even copy the security and other settings from your current WiFi system to its system, so you don’t have to. With this double band gadget, you are able to amplify both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz signs. Your wireless system will disconnect while the new settings are changed to the new amplified system. Simply reconnect your tablet or workstation to the new system, complete the setup, and you are ready to go.

There may be times when you have issues accessing the website. is a local web address, not a regular internet website, that opens the settings of a Netgear wireless range extender. To access the website, your computer must be either wirelessly connected to your range extender or physically connected by ethernet.

If your computer is not connected to the internet, you might see one of the following error messages:

Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge

  • “Page cannot be displayed”
  • “You are not connected to a network.”

Google Chrome

  • “Unable to connect to the Internet. Google Chrome can’t display the webpage because your computer isn’t connected to the Internet.”


  • “Server not found. Firefox can’t find the server at”


  • “Can’t find server.”

If another message appears other than the ones listed above, ensure you have entered the correct web address. Misspelling the web address in your browser could take you to a fraudulent website attempting to steal your login credentials. If a payment is requested, you have definitely found a fake third-party website – Netgear does not request money for the use of a product you have purchased from them. With your purchase, Netgear also provides you with 90 days of complimentary support via phone or live chat.

Here is a list of ways to troubleshoot connectivity issues:

  • Put your range extender and wireless router in the same room
  • Once there is a working connection to the wireless router, you can put the range extender where you want it to live
  • ​Double check you are connected to a power source – the LED light will be lit if the range extender is receiving power
  • Using an ethernet cable, connect your range extender to your router
  • ​If your range extender has a PC to Extender LED or a Device to Extender LED, be sure the LED is lit
  • If the LED is not lit, unplug and replug both ends of the ethernet cable that connects the range extender to your router
  • ​Enter in your web browser the range extender’s default IP address:
  • If this hasn’t worked, and you still don’t have access to your extender, reset your browser and try again
  • ​Open a new web browser to ensure the browser isn’t the issue
  • Assign your computer a static IP address
    • See one of the following for more information about setting up static IP addresses
  • If you have not been successful accessing your extender, contact Netgear support for professional assistance

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