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Did you need help to get wireless signals into dead spots and hard-to-reach places? Did you actually need a signal booster in the basement, balcony, or bedroom? If the answer is yes, then you can switch to Belkin smart WiFi router. It is much cheaper than a range extender and can enhance the internet signals throughout your home or office. But you should also keep this mind that for Belkin router extender setup you must be of the IP address of your Belkin router.

Checking the Local IP Address of a Belkin WiFi Router is only useful when:

Belkin WiFi Router

  •  You are supposed to determine what IP address you need to enter into the URL field of the internet browser when you access belkin.range setup page.
  • On the other hand, you are also supposed to check the IP address range and default gateway in order to assign it to a computer or laptop when assigning a static IP address.

Prior to anything else, make sure that you do the following:

WiFi Router

  • Connect the computer or a laptop to your wireless router :

Make sure that your main router is physically and properly to the computer or laptop with an Ethernet cable. On the other hand, consider checking the lights on your router and computer as well. In case they aren’t stable, then unplug your router and after few minutes plug it back.

If you have any query regarding this point, then feel free to call our highly experienced tech support team on toll-free number 1-844-991-0441.

  • Check whether your computer is set to DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) or not :

To get an IP address from your Belkin router automatically, you have to verify if the TCP/ IP properties of the Ethernet adapter is installed on the computer or not. To know more, interact with our technical department.

Once you are sure about your computer that it is set to obtain an IP address automatically, you can precede a step forward to check the Belkin router’s IP address.

In order to find the Belkin router’s IP address, consider checking the settings of the computer or laptop first. After that, select the operating system (OS) of your device (computer/ laptop) below for specific rose petal instructions.

For Windows 10

For Windows 10

  • On the taskbar of your device, hit on the search icon and enter cmd.
  • After that, click the command prompt option and on the appeared command prompt window, enter ipconfig/all. Once done, tap on the enter button on your keyboard.
  • Now, look for your Belkin router’s IP address by checking the section named as the default gateway.

Note: If your Belkin device isn’t responding to your computer, then power cycle your device once and after a couple of minutes repeat step 3. In case it is still not working then perform a factory reset process.

If you are planning to switch to a Belkin wireless repeater (extender) then your router is the essential element for Belkin range extender setup.

For Windows 8

Hit the search icon on the Charms bar. Note down that for touch-enabled computer, swipe from the right edge to reveal the Charms bar. Now, click on the command prompt and on the command prompt window, enter ipconfig/ all and after that, hit on the enter key.

Next, check the default gateway section and look for your router’s IP address that will be very helpful in Belkin wireless range extender setup in future (if one is planning for a high-speed of internet speed).

Note: Power cycles your router if it is not responding to the computer.

For Windows 7/ Windows Vista

  • Hit the Pearl button and enter cmd into the search bar field.
  • As soon as the search result appears, hit the cmd icon.
  • Now, into the command prompt window, consider entering ipconfig/ all and tap enter on the keyboard on your device.
  • Check the default gateway section and look for the router’s IP address.

If the above-mentioned process doesn’t work then without wasting more time call our Belkin service provider desk immediately. Here, you can get the information about Belkin range extender IP address for Belkin extender setup and log in as well. 

For Windows XP
Windows XP

  • Hit on the start icon and after that, go on ‘Run’.
  • After that, enter cmd and then tap OK.
  • Now, into the command prompt window, first enter ipconfig/ all and then hit enter on the keyboard.
  • Here, you have to look for your device’s IP address and for this you have to check the default gateway section.

For more information, visit www.belkin.range.

For OS X

OS X

  • Choose the Apple icon.
  • Select the system preferences option.
  • Now, under system preferences, hit n the network option.
  • Next, on the network screen, search for the location and choose the automatic option.
  • Finally, select Ethernet and search for your device’s IP address by checking the section named as ‘Router’.

For more help, reach us simply via the comment section below. 


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