Top Tactics to Fix Netgear Extender Keeps Rebooting Issue

For the past two weeks, we have been receiving a lot of complaints from users that their Netgear extenders keep rebooting. Are you also a Netgear extender user and are stuck with the same issue? Well, that is sad. But, the good thing is that you can kiss your sad days goodbye. We can say this because, in this article, we have talked about not just the reasons behind the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue but also the troubleshooting tactics through which it can be resolved. For your information, in one or two of the hacks mentioned in this post, you will access the web address of your extender, i.e. mywifiext local.

How to Fix Netgear Extender Keeps Rebooting Issue?

  1. Power Cycle the Netgear Extender

Technical glitch is a reason that is sitting at the top shelf of you facing the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue. To get rid of this glitch, you need to power cycle your networking device. What is that? Did you get confused because we mentioned the term power cycle?

Well, you should know that power cycle is just another term used for restart. So, in simple words, you need to restart your Netgear wireless range extender. You can execute the process by turning off the extender, waiting for some time, and turning the extender back on.

Now, you are supposed to check if the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue has bid adieu to you. If not, then do not panic because look down, there are still many hacks that can help you to troubleshoot the issue at hand.

  1. Repair the Electrical Outlet

Sometimes, when your Netgear extender is not getting enough power supply from its wall socket, then also you can come across the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue. An inadequate power supply means that your wall socket is damaged.

Thus, you need to get it repaired. If doing so works for you, well and good. On the off chance, it does not; consider plugging your networking device into a different wall socket. That might be able to help you out. Just make sure that the new wall socket is not damaged.

  1. Replace the Ethernet Cable

Connecting the Netgear wireless extender to the host router with a damaged Ethernet cable might also have launched the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue to trouble you. Taking this into consideration, you need to bring a new Ethernet cable home.

Once you have connected the networking devices using it, your devices will be able to experience a good flow of connection. For this to continue happening, you also need to do one thing, i.e. ensure that the Ethernet ports on both devices are damage-free.

  1. Update the Extender Firmware

Updating the firmware of your Netgear wireless range extender is yet another way through which you can troubleshoot the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue. Now, you might be trying to figure out how to perform Netgear extender firmware update, right?

Well, for that, you need to access the mywifiext local web address. But, before that, make sure your device is accessing Netgear_ext SSID. Not sure what this term means? Well, refer to the information given in the user manual.

  1. Let the Nighthawk Extender Rest

Apart from following all the aforementioned troubleshooting hacks, you need to also make sure that you give your device rest every now and then. Sometimes, a reason as small as overheating can cause the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue.

Thus, do the necessary thing and see if it works for you. In case, it does not, then you ought to reset your networking device. That can be done with the help of the hard reset method.

In Conclusion

With our fingers crossed, we are being hopeful that you will be able to troubleshoot the Netgear extender keeps rebooting issue after taking a walk through the troubleshooting hacks mentioned in this article.

If what we are hoping for comes true, then you have got to do one thing, i.e. share your feedback with your fellow readers. Do not worry. There is no other platform than the one you are currently on to do so. You simply need to type what you have to say in the comment section and press the Enter key on your keyboard.

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