Wifi extender acts as an intermediate or bridge between a Wi-Fi router and a Wi-Fi device that is outside the range of a Wi-Fi router’s signal. Wi-Fi extender connects to an existing Wi-Fi network, and it acts as a wireless access point for Wi-Fi devices.
Come closer to the router:
Most people assist Wi-Fi routers that will broadcast a Wi-Fi signal throughout the home and so their wireless devices can have internet access. But sometimes, a wireless signal is not strong enough to cover the entire house. When you come closer to the router, you will get a strong signal, and you will move far away from the router, then you will get a weak Wi-Fi signal.
Building structure may affect your Wi-Fi router signal:
The signal bars in mobile phones and laptops show the strength of the Wi-Fi connection. Sometimes, the building structure weakens the signal range when it goes through the building’s walls and floors. Repositioning the Wi-Fi router to different locations will help you to solve the problem.
Reposition or Fix Wi-Fi extenders in your building:
If repositioning or any other method is not possible for your building structure, then use a Wi-Fi extender. This will extend the distance of wireless connection for reaching further areas. The SSID name of the Wi-Fi extender is the same as the router. For example, if the name of your router is “Sam,” then the SSID name of your Wi-Fi extender may be “SamExt.” When the user cannot be able to connect to the weak router signal, then he will connect to the Wi-Fi extender by using the SSID name.
Reason for connection failure between a Wi-Fi router and extender:
Sometimes, the Wi-Fi extender may not connect to your Wi-Fi router, which troubles you to access the home network connection. We list out the top reason for the poor