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Netgear AC750 Setup | EX3920

If you want to get WiFi everywhere in the home, the Netgear AC750 EX3920 extender will certainly be your best bet. You can use the EX3920 extender as a WiFi access point and set up a new WiFi hotspot using a wired connection. After doing the Netgear AC750 setup, you will get WiFi speeds up to 750 Mbps. What's more, the extender also comes with external antennas to provide you better WiFi coverage.

Don't know how to install Netgear AC750 EX3920 WiFi range extender? Fret not! Here, we are going to shed some light on the Netgear EX3920 setup (AC750) process. Let's get the ball rolling.

Netgear AC750 Manual

When you buy a brand new EX3920 WiFi extender, you receive a Netgear AC750 manual with it. The WiFi range extender manual consists of a series of Netgear AC750 setup steps from starting to end. You just have to follow the Netgear EX3920 AC750 range extender setup instructions given in the manual and make it up and running. But the Netgear AC750 manual can be hard to understand for those who are not tech-savvy.

The best way to get your EX3920 extender setup and running in a few minutes is to get experts’ assistance. They will guide you with each and every step in detail so that you can complete your Netgear AC750 extender setup without making much effort.

Netgear EX3920 Extender Setup (AC750) Using WPS Method

You can perform the Netgear EX3920 extender setup (AC750) using WPS by following the steps mentioned below:

  1. Plug your Netgear EX3920 WiFi range extender into a working wall outlet that is near to your existing WiFi router.
  2. Locate the WPS button on your Netgear AC750 extender.
  3. After that, push and hold the WPS button on your Netgear EX3920 extender. Release the WPS button carefully.
  4. After a few minutes, push the WPS button on your existing WiFi router. The WPS LED on your Netgear EX3920 AC750 extender will become solid green.
  5. Note: If your main WiFi router supports the 5 GHz band, you need to repeat steps 2 and 3 to connect your Netgear EX3920 AC750 extender to the 5 GHz band.
  6. Move your Netgear AC750 WiFi extender to a new location and connect your WiFi-enabled devices to the Netgear extender’s WiFi network.

That’s how you can complete your Netgear EX3920 setup using the WPS method.

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Netgear AC750 EX3920 Setup Using Installation Assistant

To complete your Netgear AC750 EX3920 setup using the installation assistant, follow the steps given below:

  1. Plug your Netgear AC750 WiFi extender into a working wall socket.
  2. Open an internet browser on your PC or laptop and enter mywifiext in the address bar.
  3. The Netgear EX3920 extender login page displays.
  4. Select the WiFi range extender button and click on Continue.
  5. Now, enter the network password or passphrase and click on Next.
  6. Connect your WiFi-enabled devices to your Netgear AC750 EX3920 range extender and click on Continue.
  7. Complete the registration fields and at last, click on Finish to complete the Netgear AC750 EX3920 extender setup process.
  8. Now, unplug your Netgear wireless range extender and move it to a new location that is near to your existing WiFi router.

Thus, you can perform the Netgear AC750 setup using the installation assistant. However, if you come across any sort of technical issue, reach out to our well-versed technicians and let them help you out.

Netgear AC750 EX3920 WiFi Extender Setup Issues

Get an instant fix to all such Netgear AC750 EX3920 extender setup issues by getting in touch with our technical experts.

Netgear AC750 EX3920 Firmware Update

Does your Netgear AC750 EX3920 WiFi range extender behave weirdly? Is your Netgear AC750 WiFi extender not providing the expected WiFi speed even after Netgear AC750 WiFi extender setup? If yes, then update Netgear extender’s firmware right away. Here's how to update Netgear AC750 firmware:

  1. Plug your Netgear EX3920 WiFi extender into a working wall socket.
  2. Pull up a relevant web browser on a computer or laptop and type mywifiext.net or default IP address of your Netgear EX3920 into the browser’s address bar.
  3. The Netgear EX3920 AC750 login page displays.
  4. Select the Firmware Update option.
  5. If the new firmware version is available, follow the instructions given on-screen and update Netgear extender’s AC750 firmware.

Still unable to update your Netgear AC750 extender's firmware? Contact our experts now!

Netgear AC750 FastLane Setup

FastLane technology offers you the highest WiFi performance. Basically, it provides a high-speed internet connection with a dedicated band connecting your Netgear AC750 range extender to your existing WiFi router and a second band connecting your Netgear extender and a WiFi device. Follow the steps given below to enable the FastLane technology after Netgear extender AC750 setup:

  • Load up a web browser on a desktop or laptop.
  • Type mywifiext.net or Netgear extender’s default IP address into the browser’s address bar.
  • Enter the default Netgear AC750 login credentials and click on the Log In button.
  • Click on the FastLane Technology radio button.
  • Now, you will get two options: ‘Device-to-extender in 5 GHz only and extender-to-router in 2.4 GHz only’ and ‘Device-to-extender in 2.4 GHz only and extender-to-router in 5 GHz only’.
  • Select any option you like.
  • Click on the Apply button to save the settings.
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Netgear AC750 Extender Troubleshooting

Go through the below-mentioned troubleshooting steps to fix Netgear AC750 WiFi range extender setup issues:

Still can't set up your Netgear EX3920 AC750 extender? Reach out to our experts right away!

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