- Whole-Home Wi-Fi
- Modems/ Gateways
- Network Expansion
- Smart Home
- Mobile Wi-Fi
- JetStream Switches
- Business Wi-Fi
- Pharos Wireless Broadband
- SafeStream Router
- Training Center
- Powerline Adapter
- Range Extender
- Business Wireless
How to check network status of the range extender (new logo)?Q&A of functional explanation or specification parametersUpdated 01-17-2017 06:32:11 AMThis Article Applies to:RE205( V1 ) , RE360(FR)( V1 V2 ) , RE450( V2 V3 ) , RE365(FR)( V1 ) , RE190( V4 ) , RE300( V1 ) , RE650( V1 ) , RE455( V1 ) , RE305( V1 V3 ) , RE200( V2 V3 V4 ) , RE365( V1 ) , RE500( V1 ) , RE360( V1 V2 ) , RE220( V1 V2 )
You can view the Internet status of your extender to check whether you have successfully set up the extended network(s).
Follow the steps below, here takes RE305 as demonstration:
1. Login the web management page of the range extender. If you don’t know how to do that, please refer to How to log into the web management page of the range extender(new logo)?
2. Go to Settings > Status to view the Internet status of your extender.
The extender runs normally.
The extender fails to connect to the host networks. Please go to Settings > Wireless > Connect to Network to check the passwords of the host networks.
The extender is connected to the host networks, but there are no transmitting data. Please check the Internet connection of your router.
The extender is connected to the router abnormally. Please go to Settings > Network and try setting your extender to obtain an IP address automatically.
Click the icon of the Internet/Router/Range Extender/Clients to view corresponding information.
Get to know more details of each function and configuration please go to Download Center to download the manual of your product.Is this faq useful?
Your feedback helps improve this site.Any other feedback?How can we improve it?Thank you
We appreciate your feedback.
Click here to contact TP-Link technical support.