All of your internet speed problems can be solved with the Victony Extender Setup. It enables you to make use of your existing WiFi link. It’s a fully wireless device that’s still easy to set up, so it’s less of a hassle.
Thanks to its four antennas, it has an unrivalled WiFi spectrum. It’ll connect with nearly all routers. It may act as a repeater, a link point, or a router.
Place this extender in a convenient location in your home or workplace to enjoy high-speed internet.
The gui on the Victony ac1200 Extender can be set up in a variety of ways. So, let’s get this installation underway.
Victony Extender Setup via WPS method
Connecting your Victony AC1200 Extender to your router is as simple as plugging it in. To encourage contact, it is suggested that they be put in the same room.
- Before continuing, make sure the Power LED is solid and the extender is safe.
- Click and hold the WPS button on the Victory Repeater for a few seconds.
- Duplicating the above-mentioned process with a router.
- The steady lights on both devices will now start to flicker for around 15-20 seconds before stopping.
- The Victony extender setup has proven to be successful.
- Your Victony Extender’s light will return to normal. If the problem persists, try resetting your extender.
- You can now unplug your extender and move it closer to the router.
- If Your extender will appear in your WiFi list if you use the same password as your router.
- With no buffering, connect and start streaming right away.
Victony AC1200 Extender Setup via Browser
To begin, connect the Extender to the problem area and your router. In this case, connecting your extender to your router is not a good idea.
- It’s important to get a half-percentage of signals from a router to Extender.
- Select the ‘extender or repeater’ mode once your extender is turned on.
- Before continuing, wait for the Power LED to turn green and remain steady.
- Choose the Victony extender network from your phone’s/tablet’s/WiFi laptop’s settings. It will be an open network with no password if you connect to it.
- It will say there is no internet once it is linked, so go ahead and open your browser.
- In the address bar, type ap setup login or 192.168.10.1 and press enter. This will open the Victony Extender Setup window. Follow the on-screen instructions.
- Enter your username and password when asked. Fill out the ‘admin’ form in both locations.
- Choose the network you want to extend and enter a new password when it asks which sort of network you want to expand.
- After updating the settings, the system will reboot for around 1 minute before you can connect to the computers.
- To use high-speed internet, go to your laptop’s WiFi settings and attach it to the Victony Extender.
Victony Extender Setup as an Access Point
This could be the best option for setting up an access point if you don’t mind using a 20-foot ethernet cable or if you already have an ethernet cable mounted in the walls. You’re still unsure about whether this is the best option. It’s because it’s much quicker than WiFi. Make sure the switch is in Access Point mode before you start. Let’s get this party started, shall we?
- Connect your Victony Extender to the system you’ll be using it for.
- Attach the ethernet cable from the LAN Port to your router after plugging in the repeater.
- Connect to the Victory Extender network that appears in the WiFi list on your phone/tablet/WiFi laptop.
- After it’s been linked, open your browser on the same screen.Then type 192.168.10.1 or ap.setup in the address bar.
- In a new tab, the Victony Extender Setup wizard will appear.
- After that, you’ll be prompted to enter your Username and Password. Fill out the ‘admin’ form in both locations.
- The next step in the configuration process is to choose a mode; choose Access Point Mode and then press the next button.
- Create a new password, SSID, and protection form for your Access Point.
- It will be reset until the process is completed.
- This task will take about a minute to complete.
- After a reboot, you should be able to link to your machines.
- Since the Victony Extender has two ethernet ports, you can connect more devices to it, allowing you to stream and run without interruption.