Any wireless device that is setup with the correct network name can automatically access the Netgear range extender’s network. You can limit access to your extender’s Netgear extender setup so that only machines with MAC addresses you specify to an access list can connect for increased security. Follow the detailed instructions in this page if you’re unsure how to create a wifi access list.
How Do I Create a Wireless Access List?
- Activate the computer.
- Launch your preferred web browser.
- Type mywifiext local into the browser’s address bar.
- Hit the Enter key.
- You will now be on the login screen for a Netgear extender.
- Click the Login button after entering the standard admin username and password.
Note:- if you need any help regarding your wifi extender follow on the screen steps given for your wifi range extender. For more information visit official website that is mywifiext.net
- Navigate to the “Advanced” option after signing in.
- Select the Setup Access List button from the Wireless Settings menu by clicking it.
- You’ll see the Wireless Access List appear.
- Select “Add” from the menu.
- The display will change.
- Enter a name for the wireless device in the Device Name area.
- Enter the wireless device’s MAC address in the MAC address field.
- Decide whether to save.
- Check the box next to Turn Access Control On.
- Tap Apply.
Having trouble setting up a wireless access list?
Start your Netgear extender again.
Technical difficulties are one of the main causes for your inability to set up the wireless access list. You must restart your Netgear range extender to resolve these issues. Here is how you can continue the procedure:
- Your Netgear extender should be turned off and unplugged from the wall outlet.
- Hold off for a while.
- Turn on your Netgear extender by plugging it back into the wall outlet.
Try configuring the Netgear extender wireless access list now. Still unable to, are you? Then proceed with the next troubleshooting tip.
- Verify the website’s URL
It’s likely that the website address you entered was incorrect. As a result, check that the URL address is typed correctly. Before pressing the Enter key on your keyboard, make sure to double-check your entree.
- Enter the Right Admin Information
Many people make the error of logging into their Netgear extenders with the incorrect username and password. See if you are still making the same error. If you are, then fix it by entering the proper login information when and where it is needed.
- Keep Signal Interference at Bay
Finally, but most importantly, avoid positioning your Netgear wireless range extender or home router close to cordless phones, washing machines, baby monitors, Bluetooth speakers, mirrors, fish tanks, treadmills, televisions, refrigerators, microwave ovens, aluminium studs, utensils containing water, corners, or concrete walls.
Note: The troubleshooting hacks are the same regardless of whether you configured the Netgear EX3700 or any other extender model at home.