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FH456(Ecos)-How to setup universal repeater mode

Thisdocument applies for the users that want to setup universal repeaterfunction

Model Number: N301/F3/FH456       Question Classification: Function Settings

Part 1Configure IPaddress of your computer

Part 2Login to the setuppage

Part 3Setup UniversalRepeater function

Part 4: Checkwhether you can surf the internet        

1. Click on NetworkConnection Icon on the system bar, then click on Open Networkand Sharing Center.

2. Clickon Change Adapter Settings.

3. Right clickon Local Area Connection, then choose the Properties option.

4. Double clickon Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4).

5.Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and ObtainDNS server address automatically and then click OK.

6.Alsoclick on OK on the first Local Connection Properties window.

NoticeIf you use therouter for the first time, it will appear easy to use interface in the processof you set Universal Repeater mode, you need to skip these interface, go to theadvanced Settings interface to set.

1.Open a browser thentype 192.168.0.1in the Address Bar, press Enterand login tothe router interface.

2.Clickthe "Skip" or “Next”.

3. Setrouter’s SSID and wireless password, and click Next, refer to the followingsteps.

4.“Saving…please wait…” Wait about 10 seconds, it will come out aninterface. Click “More” to go to advanced setting page.

1.Enter the router's setting interfaceclick “WirelessRepeating”. choose bridge mode as “Universal Repeater”, selectyour uplink wifi signal, type wifi password of your uplink router, click “OK”to save all the settings. Then click “OK” on the pop-up window.

2. After click OK, the routerwill reboot automatically.

NoticeFor the convenienceof management, when you setup Universal Repeater mode, we have to make surethis router’s IP address is different from uplink router’s address, but in thesame network segment. Such as if the uplink router’s IP address is 192.168.2.1,we have to change this router’s IP address to 192.168.2.X, X∈(2~254).

Afterreboot, connect router’s LAN1/LAN2/LAN3 ports, or reconnect wireless signal ofthe router, try whether you can surf the internet.

 

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