Powering on your Wavlink extender is an important step, whether you are upgrading it or returning it to the default settings. Consider connecting your WiFi extender to a power outlet and hitting the power button to do this. However, keep in mind that the power socket should provide enough electricity. It must be undamaged for this.
Many consumers have recently reported that their Wavlink WiFi extender is not staying connected. Are you seeking a solution to a similar issue? If you answered yes, you've found one. This Wavlink troubleshooting tutorial will teach you how to use several approaches to quickly address the problem. So, let's get started.
- First, on your computer, download the most recent firmware file for the extender's model number.
- After that, go to Wavlink's default web URL and login to view the extender's dashboard.
- Select Setup, and then the Upgrade Firmware option.
- When you select the Upgrade Firmware option, a dialogue box will appear in which you will be required to upload the file.
So, find and upload the firmware file, then wait for the Wavlink firmware upgrade procedure to complete.
The Wavlink device returns to factory default mode; begin and complete the installation procedure by accessing the ap.setup Wavlink extender dashboard.