Improve Your Internet Speed With D-Link WiFi Extender

Yes, that’s correct! D-Link WiFi range extender is one and only device that helps in improving the existing internet range and speed up to 70%. For this, configure the D-Link WiFi extender first and then experience the change yourself. Those users who don’t know how to configure the extender can go with the instructions provided in this post. By the end of this article, we assure you that you will be able to perform D-Link WiFi extender setup process like a pro and improve the existing internet speed to the fullest. Let’s start over!

First get to know the things that you must have handy prior to performing the D-Link WiFi extender setup process:

  • Working extension (in case you don’t have two wall plugs at the same place)

  • Laptop or desktop

  • Default extender login username and password to access dlinkap.local setup wizard

  • D-Link extender’s web address i.e. dlinkap.local

  • Ethernet cable

  • Extender’s WiFi network name (SSID)

Once you have all the above-mentioned things handy, you can proceed with the D-Link WiFi extender process. Scroll down!

Step 1: The first step towards setting up your D-Link WiFi extender is to provide a steady power supply to it. Apart from this, make sure that the extender isn’t plugged into a damaged wall socket.

Step 2: After plugging in the WiFi range extender, the LEDs on it will start blinking. These are the good signs that indicate your D-Link device is ready for the setup process.

Step 3: Now, grab the extension. Plug in your existing router and the D-Link extender into the same extension. Do you have two wall plugs near to each other? If yes, then fab. There isn’t any use of the extension.

Step 4: Turn on your computer or laptop and connect it to the WiFi network.

Step 5: Once your device is successfully connected to the WiFi network, launch a web browser of your choice.

Step 6: Take the mouse cursor over the browser’s URL bar. Reaching here, you have to enter the extender’s default web address i.e. dlinkap.local.

Step 7: After hitting the Enter key, you might see that the login page of your D-Link WiFi range extender has been displayed, isn’t? Here, you have to provide the default login username and password of your D-Link WiFi extender into the given fields and click on Log In.

Step 8: dlinkap.local setup wizard will display.

Step 9: Reaching here, you can see that the instructions to set up your D-Link WiFi range extender have been displayed, right? Now, what you have to do – just go through them once. After that, follow them in exact given order and configure your device with great ease.

As soon as your extender gets configured successfully, unplug it and then move it to the location of your choice. Wait! The extender must be placed in reach of your existing router. After the D-Link extender setup process, you have to connect it to your existing router in a wireless manner so that you can get the improved and extended range of the internet throughout the house.

Bonus: Almost every user, while performing D-Link extender setup process complaints that they can’t access dlinkap.local. If you are also among them, then without delay, follow the fixes outlined underneath and know how to troubleshoot dlinkap.local not working issue.

  • Make sure that your mobile data is turned off and you are connected to your home WiFi.

  • Moreover, to access the web address without any hassle, ensure that the device you are using must consists of an up-to-date version of the software.

  • Also, the web address will not work with an outdated version of the internet browser. To make dlinkap.local working, you have to first update your internet browser, clear the browsing history, and then try to use the web address again.

  • Unwanted opened and pinned tabs will also stop you from accessing the web address.

  • If the issue remains the same, try to use dlinkap instead of dlinkap.local. No matter which web address you are using (dlinkap or dlinkap.local), bear in mind that both of them will surely give you non-working issue if you are using the browser’s search bar instead of the address bar.

As promised, by the end of this article, you will surely be able to get the improved internet speed, right? Eagerly waiting for your feedback!

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