Sometimes, when the users try to access the mywifiext.net setup page to complete the extender setup process they get an error message saying that ‘unable to connect to the site’. This error message appears when the web address does not belong to the regular website but the local address used for accessing the smart Wizard of Wireless Range Extender. If your mywifiext is not working, you need to check and make sure that your device is either physically or wirelessly connected to the WiFi Range Extender. If your computer or laptop is not connected to the extender, you will find a message saying that you are not connected to the extender’s WiFi network please connect and try again.
If your computer is not connected to the internet, then you may see one of the following error messages appearing on your screen:
- Internet Explorer:- “Page cannot be displayed” or ” you are not connected to the network”.
- Google Chrome:- “Unable to Connect to the Internet. Google Chrome web page is not available”.
- FireFox: – ” Server Not available for FireFix can’t find the server address”.
- Safari:– “Server Not Found”.
Troubleshooting Step: To troubleshoot this problem, you can consider replacing the router and extender in the same room and after that, check whether your WiFi extender is properly connected to the power outlet or not. At last, enter the default IP address in the address bar of your web browser and proceed with the login setup process.
To use the Extender services for trouble-free internet connectivity, you need to complete the mywifiext.net login and setup for your device. You can do this by following the simple guidelines mentioned above or refer to the steps mentioned in the extender manual. The extender setup process is pretty simple but sometimes the user faces trouble with it. Although, you can easily complete the mywifiext.net login process following the above guidelines, if you still have a doubt, you can contact the Wi-Fi extender experts anytime you want and take their advice to complete the setup process for your device.