Universal WiFi Range Extender - Powerline PassThru Edition XWNB1601 Installation Guide
8If you want to share Internet access across your home, make sure to connect the XAV1601 to your Internet gateway with an Ethernet cable.
94. Plug the WiFi Range Extender (XAVN2001) into a wall outlet where you need WiFi coverage.Note: You can connect an Ethernet-based device (like a g
105. Set up WiFi access on your XAVN2001 extender. You can set up WiFi access on your XAVN2001 extender in one of three ways:• Option 1: Use the WPS
11• Option 2: Use NETGEAR genie to manually configure the wireless settings of your XAVN2001 extender.a. Install NETGEAR genie. (See Install NETGEAR g
12d. Click the Powerline icon on the Network Map screen. The Powerline Utility screen displays:Powerline iconXAVN2001 icone. On the Powerline Utilit
13f. From the pop-up menu that displays, select Wireless configuration.g. Enter the following wireless settings:• Wireless Network Name (SSID)•
14If you want to clone your existing wireless network, enter the same wireless settings that your router or gateway uses. When you are roaming in your
15• Option 3: Use the web browser setup guide to manually configure the wireless settings of your XAVN2001 extender.On your computer or wireless devic
16b. On the same computer or wireless device, open a web browser window.The browser takes you directly to the onscreen setup guide. If it does not, e
17If you want to clone your existing wireless network, enter the same wireless settings that your router or gateway uses. If you want to create a new
SupportThank you for selecting NETGEAR products. After installing your device, locate the serial number on the label of your product and use it to re
186. Connect your wireless client (laptop, tablet, or smartphone) to the XAVN2001 for Internet access.• Option 1: Use the WPS button on your wireless
19Install NETGEAR genieFollow these instructions to download and install NETGEAR genie on your computer.1. Type http://support.netgear.com into your
20Compatible NETGEAR Powerline DevicesYour Powerline devices can share a Powerline network with these compatible NETGEAR devices: XAVB1301, XAVB1401,
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1ContentsPackage Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Hardware Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NETGEAR recommends that you do not plug a Powerline device directly into a powerstrip.2Package ContentsEthernet cables (2)XAV1601XAVN2001
3Hardware FeaturesPowerline AV 200 Adapter(XAV1601)PowerlineLEDPowerLEDEthernetLEDPowerLEDWirelessLEDPowerlineLEDEthernetLEDFactory Reset buttonEthern
4LED DescriptionsThe LEDs indicate the status of your Powerline devices.• When you plug in the Powerline device, the Power LED lights and turns
5Button DescriptionsThe buttons on your Powerline devices let you do the following:• Factory Reset button: Use the Factory Reset button to return
6Install the Adapters and Surf the Web with WiFi1. Secure your Powerline network.a. Make sure that the Power LED is solid green on each Powerline dev
7The Powerline devices can communicate over the Powerline network in a secure way.2. Plug the XAV1601 into a wall outlet near your router or gateway.