Configuring Belkin wireless router as an access point through the web-based setup page
If you have an extra Belkin router, you may want to utilize it to expand the range of your existing wireless network and eliminate dead spots. You can configure it as an access point and wire it to your network’s main router, disabling the former’s router capabilities in doing so.
Connecting computer to the router – Using an Ethernet cable, connect the computer to any of the numbered ports of the router that will be configured as an access point.
How to Setup Belkin Range Extender –
- Launch a web browser.
- Enter “http://router” or the router’s default IP Address, 192.168.2.1, in the Address bar and press [Enter]. If it doesn’t work, check your router’s IP Address.
- Enter your router’s Name and Password in the prompt and click Log In to continue.
- You should now be able to access the router’s web-based setup page and configure its settings.
If you are unable to access your router’s web-based setup page, reset your router. Resetting the router will make it go back to its default factory settings.
If you are still having hard time to settings it up you can get our expert advice or at tech who can help you to set the extender up, Dial 1-844-991-0441 or Email – email@example.com.