How To Uppoon WiFi Extender Setup

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Wi-Fi extender Uppoon AC1200 Dual-band covers 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands and provides 1200Mbps WiFi speed. The Uppoon wifi extender works with the majority of popular wireless routers and access points on the market today. Uppoon wifi extender may be installed in three ways without the need for a physical cord from the router. If you’re thinking about purchasing an Uppoon extender, the user manual is included in the new box pack. The simplest solution to address signal problems without having to run a wire from the internet router is to use an Uppoon WiFi repeater.

Depending on your host network, the Uppoon WiFi range extender device may connect to either a single band or a dual band WIFI router. To use Upppoon Repeater 5Ghz or 2.4Ghz band, you must have a dual-band internet router in your home. This guide will walk you through the process of resetting your Uppoon WiFi extender to its factory default settings and then re-configuring it to work with your new host router, assuming you already have another router set up with your Uppoon Wifi extender. As long as you have a computer or laptop with an internet connection, you may set up your Uppoon Repeater device using any of the methods listed above.

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Uppoon Wi-Fi Extender Connect using WPS button

When it comes to setting up a range extender, the WPS push button approach is the quickest and smartest option. No login or Wi-Fi password is required for the Repeater device to connect to the WPS technique. Only if your WiFi router supports WPS and you’ve activated it from the settings can you use the WPS technique. The Uppoon signal booster is simple to set up. To get the right signal from the host router, ensure that both of the Uppoon wifi extender’s antennas face upwards.

  • Plug your Uppoon Range extender into the power outlet near the host router after unpacking it.
  • Press and hold the WPS button for two seconds on your host WiFi network.
  • In less than two minutes, press the WPS button on the Uppoon Extender for one second.
  • The Extender signal Led will begin to illuminate after it is connected to the main wifi router.
  • Make sure you’re connected to the internet on your mobile device. A new Wi-Fi SSID with the name WIFI-Network EXT will appear in around 20-30 seconds (Your existing name with EXT will configure as Signal booster SSID name)
  • In order to achieve the best signal range possible from the Uppoon signal booster, remove it from the primary wifi network and choose a suitable area where you are experiencing a signal range difficulty.

If your Uppoon Wifi Extender device not working with the WPS method and unbaled to configure then follow the next method using a mobile or Laptop device that required a wifi password.

Setup Uppoon Extender from Mobile or Laptop

In order to configure an Uppoon Signal booster from a mobile device, the device must already have a wifi network security key and be connected to the mobile network. Although you may connect a PC or laptop to the Uppoon Ethernet port and access the login settings via a connected LAN connection, this is not recommended.

  • Connect the Range Extender device to a power outlet that is close to the WiFi network to which you want to connect from the Repeater.
  • Connect to the “Uppoon WiFI” SSID as displayed for your Range extender model by selecting it from the wifi menu on your mobile device.
  • Wired connections are established by connecting an Ethernet wire from the Repeater’s LAN port to the computer’s LAN port.
  • Open a web browser and go to the default Uppoon extender IP address, which is
  • You will be presented with a login screen for the range extender, which will prompt you for your password. To access settings, choose your language and enter the default password “admin” in the appropriate fields before pressing the login button.
  • As the Uppoon Extender supports many wireless modes, including AP, Repeater, and Router, selecting the Repeater option will allow you to configure the device in range extender mode.
  • Select the Repeater option and wait a few seconds as the repeater scans for networks and loads all of the wifi names that are currently active in the area.
  • Choose your WiFi network name from the drop-down menu and enter your current wi-fi security key.
  • Change the Extender name to anything other than your hostname, or leave it at the default value of “extendername.”
  • You will get a wifi SSID name for the extender that is the same as your current WiFi password and will receive 2.4GHz and 5GHz wifi SSID names for the extender that are the same as your existing WiFi password if your Uppoon supports dual-band.

Upon completion of the setup, unplugs the range extender device and locates an appropriate location to install the range extender so that it receives at least a 50 percent signal from the host wifi network

To setup your old Uppoon extender device with a different wifi router while it is already configured with another network, you must first reset the Uppoon Wifi extender to factory settings.

Follow the procedures to do a factory reset. If you forget your login password or if your range extender is not functioning, you may reset your Uppoon signal booster by pressing the reset button.

Uppoon Wifi extender Reset Instruction

For example, if you forget your router’s login password, or if your extender device is already setup with another router and you want to switch to a new one, you may use the Reset repeater device to reset it. If your Extender device is not functioning properly or is not performing well, you may conduct a factory reset to restore it to its original state.

  • Connect the Uppoon extension device to a power outlet using the included cable.
  • You should be able to find a little reset hole or button next to or near the Ethernet connector.
  • To reset your computer, press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds before releasing it.
  • During the reset procedure, the repeater device will automatically reboot, and you will be able to see the default WIFI name displayed after the reboot process is complete.
  • Repeat the procedures outlined above to re-configure the repeater device.
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