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NETFUN 300 Mbps Upgraded WiFi Extender Signal Booster Manual

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NETFUN 300 Mbps Upgraded WiFi Extender Signal Booster


  • MODEL: 300 Mbps
  • DATA TRANSFER RATE: 300 Megabits Per Second
  • COLOR: White
  • RANGE: 3000 Square Feet.
  • COVERAGE: 7000 SQ.FT
  • RANGE: 300 Mbps
  • PACKAGE DIMENSIONS: 8.27 x 3.94 x 2.44 inches
  • ITEM WEIGHT: 7 ounces


The 7000 square foot Netfun WiFi range extender boosts and extends your current Wi-Fi to difficult-to-reach locations. It extends your internet wireless network through floors, walls, and the entire house, including the front porch, backyard, and garage. With the newest M7 Bionic Chip and 4 external antennas, you may increase the speed of your internet connection to 300 Mbps for long distance use. For online gaming, video chatting, and even streaming 4K HD video, Netfun offers ultra-stable bandwidth. Just press the WPS button on your router and internet extender… Tap! It succeeded! What happens if your router lacks WPS? No issue!

The setup process on a PC or smartphone via a browser only takes three minutes. It Maintains a robust connection for your devices, such as Alexa Echo, Roku, Fire Stick, Ring, Xbox/PS, doorbell cameras, garage doors, smart plugs, etc., and easily connect to all brands of router. This WiFi booster may also connects to wired devices as a wireless adapter thanks to the Ethernet connector. It Utilizes the newest WEP/WPA/WPA2 security protocols to give additional protection and privacy features that will make your neighborhood bank envious using the Bionic Crypto Module Processor. For use in the home and workplace, the Repeater/Access Point/Bridge/Client/Router modes were created. Wi-Fi extender signal booster for the home with an Ethernet port.


To increase your WiFi network’s coverage area, utilize a repeater or extension. It functions by capturing your current WiFi signal, boosting it, and then sending the strengthened signal.


Consider placing the extender on top of a bookshelf or an armoire, for example. You can rearrange the extender’s antennae if they are movable to get the greatest signal. Even better, you might try replacing the wireless booster’s detachable antennae with higher gain or amplified ones to increase their sensitivity.


To see whether your extender is connected to the internet, go to Settings > Status. If everything seems good as shown below, your extender has connected to your router successfully. Your devices can be wired or wirelessly connected to the extender using Ethernet cables.


  • Select Extended Network under Wireless in Settings.
  • By default, the wireless radio is turned on. Simply uncheck the Enable item to turn off a band’s wireless functionality. All wireless settings for this frequency will be invalid in this situation.


  • Connect your extension.
  • Connect to the WiFi network of the extender using your PC or mobile device.
  • Open a browser and type 192.168 or mywifiext.net in the address bar.
  • Tap or click NEW EXTENDER SETUP.
  • Select the admin credentials for your extender.
  • From the drop-down menus, pick two security questions, and then respond to them.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it acceptable to always have the WiFi extension on?

Your choice as to whether to leave your Wi-Fi range extender on or turn it off while not in use is entirely up to you. It uses very little power, virtually none at all. For instance, my TP-Link TL-WA850RE uses 3 W of power.

Are WiFi extenders automatically connected by devices?

The majority of more recent WiFi gadgets automatically connect to the strongest signal. Some WiFi devices might need further setup or might not be able to accomplish this.

Where in your home is the ideal location to install a WiFi extender?

The extender should be placed halfway between your wireless router and your PC, but it MUST be inside the wireless router’s coverage area. Reposition the Extender closer to the device while still within the router’s wireless range if you must utilize a different location.

A WiFi extension may get too hot.

It will produce heat because it is an electrical appliance and a network device, so please set it somewhere that is open and breezy. In the interim, try plugging it into a different socket and make sure the firmware is current.

How durable are WiFi extenders?

Every three to five years, or if you observe a decline in performance, you might want to think about upgrading your Wi-Fi extender if it serves a crucial purpose.

What is the range of a WiFi extender?

But how far away from the router can a WiFi extension be? The WiFi extender can typically be placed between 100 and 400 feet away from the router. The location of these devices inside your home, the design of your home, the sort of extender you have, and your WiFi network will all play a role in this.

How come my WiFi booster is so slow?

The router itself may be installed wrong, or your extenders may be installed incorrectly. The router should be in a central area to serve as much of the home as possible, and extenders should be put as high as possible, like on a shelf.

How can you gauge the intensity of a WiFi signal?

Look in the Network, Wi-Fi, or Settings menus. On a Google Pixel running Android 10, for instance, go to Settings > Network & internet > The Wi-Fi You’re Using > The Gear Icon Next to The Network You’re Connected To > Select. The signal strength is seen there.

What distinguishes a WiFi extender from a WiFi booster?

A wireless booster is used to close the gap when two or more hosts need to connect to one another using the IEEE 802.11 protocol but the distance is too great for a direct connection to be made. To increase your WiFi network’s coverage area, utilize a WiFi extender.

Does the router require to have a WiFi extension plugged in?

However, bear in mind the following: To access the internet, each WiFi extender must be linked to and within reach of a WiFi router. Connecting one WiFi extender to another will make one of them stop working, so avoid doing this.

Is it better to position a WiFi extender high or low?

Place the range extender at the same level as the primary router, which is typically 4 feet high. The height will guarantee that the mobile devices receive a better signal from the extender and that the extender receives a better signal from the main router.

Are two Wi-Fi extenders allowed in my home?

Two range extenders can be used to strengthen the wireless signal and get a strong signal if you struggle with dead patches or poor connectivity in your home. Assemble each Wi-Fi extender properly so that it can connect to the WiFi router without difficulty.

When should my WiFi extender be changed?

Since Wi-Fi Extenders do not independently broadcast the internet signal, they often do not need to be changed frequently. As a mirror of an existing connection, Wi-Fi extenders have a shelf life of three to four years before being replaced by new technology.

Whether a WiFi extender has a unique IP address

Yes. The extender must pretend to be you to the access point while you are connected to it. As a result, your hardware address will be viewed as both your own hardware address on the extender’s network and the extender’s hardware address on the original network. Some protocols may care, but IP doesn’t.

How do WiFi extenders’ lights work?

An arrow LED on the extender will blink for two minutes if the WiFi connection is weak while attempting to join to the extended network for the first time. If the arrow is blinking, you need to relocate the extender to improve Wi-Fi performance.