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MyWIFIEXT Extender Setup Guide

Learn how to install your extender:

  1. Plug in your Wi-Fi extender and connect to its network default.
  2. Open a browser, go to mywifiext, and click on “New Extender Setup”.
  3. Create an account and log in.
  4. Follow the setup wizard to choose the Wi-Fi network to extend and enter its password.
  5. Select a name (SSID) and password for your extended Wi-Fi network, typically adding “_EXT” to your existing Wi-Fi name.
  6. Complete setup and position of the extender for optimal signal coverage. Ensure firmware is up-to-date through the setup page.


Remember to place the Wi-Fi extender in a location where it can receive a strong signal from your Wi-Fi router, but also where it can extend the Wi-Fi signal to areas of your home that previously had poor or no Wi-Fi coverage.

Why do I need a WIFI range extender?

Wi-Fi range extenders can provide numerous advantages. Here are key points that highlight the need for one:

  1. Expanded Coverage: Wi-Fi range extenders amplify your router’s signal, expanding coverage across larger areas, multiple floors, or rooms with thick walls.

  2. Boosts Signal Strength: They strengthen the Wi-Fi signal in areas where it’s weak or non-existent, providing a consistent and robust internet connection.

  3. Supports Modern Technology: Many modern devices, from smartphones and laptops to smart TVs and home automation systems, require stable Wi-Fi connectivity. An extender ensures these devices perform optimally.

  4. Facilitates Remote Work and Learning: With more people working or studying from home, a reliable and wide-reaching Wi-Fi connection is essential. An extender ensures no important work calls or lessons are interrupted due to poor connectivity.

  5. Improves User Experience: Wi-Fi extenders eliminate the need to stay close to the router for a stable connection. They ensure a smooth internet experience, regardless of your location within the coverage area.

  6. Supports Streaming and Gaming: Buffering and lag can ruin your streaming or gaming experience. An extender ensures a robust connection, providing a seamless entertainment experience.


Bring home WIFI Range extenders to boost your existing WIFI network and Enjoy coverage throughout your home or office.

Extender FAQ'S

A Wi-Fi extender, also known as a range extender, is a type of wireless repeater that expands the reach of a wireless LAN. It receives Wi-Fi signals from a router and rebroadcasts them to areas where the signal is weak or nonexistent.

A Wi-Fi extender works by receiving the existing Wi-Fi signal from your wireless router and rebroadcasting it. It serves as a bridge, capturing the Wi-Fi from your router and rebroadcasting it to areas where the Wi-Fi is weak or nonexistent.

The optimal location for your Wi-Fi extender is halfway between your wireless router and your computer, but the extender MUST be within the wireless range of the wireless router. Make sure it’s free from obstacles that could interfere with the signal.

Sometimes, a poorly configured Wi-Fi extender may cause issues with network performance. If your extender is creating a separate network rather than extending the existing one, devices might frequently switch between the two networks, causing interruptions.

In some cases, a Wi-Fi extender can reduce internet speed since it has to capture, process, and re-transmit the signals. However, if you have a strong signal to the extender, and the extender is well-placed, the impact on speed can be minimal.

This depends on your situation. If your router is outdated and you’re not getting the speed or range you need, a new router might be a better solution. However, if your router is fairly new and you just have an area in your house that the Wi-Fi doesn’t reach, a Wi-Fi extender could solve the problem.

There’s no strict limit to the number of extenders you can use, but remember that each extender will reduce the speed of your Wi-Fi network, and they must be appropriately placed to ensure coverage. It’s usually recommended to not use more than three in most home networks.

Securing your Wi-Fi extender is similar to securing your main Wi-Fi network. Use WPA2 or WPA3 encryption, change the default administrator username and password for the extender, and change your network’s SSID and password regularly.