I just bought my third booster, used.
Im going through the “add booster” instructions, setting up the booster hardwired, shows up perfectly, than the instruction say to un-plug, find location and then plugin power again. The new one ends up with permanent red indicators light, even when I move the new one side-by-side to the wired one … am I missing something?
thank you, stephan
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Wow, this is happening to me as well! I thought I had bought a defective unit and just assumed the loss and forgot about it. Looking forward to hearing from the experts. . perhaps I can finally start using that third booster 🙂
Mine started to work all the sudden. I positioned it close to the "main" booster, with the solid red-light, gave up in frustration. The next morning the light changed to solid blue. I repositioned it and it is still blue. I did not have a chance yet to test for speed improvements, but at least it seems to be working. 🤔
Hi - I'm having lots of issues with my boosters as well and not understanding why they're not connected to internet. My house is wired for ethernet in most rooms so 3 of my 4 boosters are hardwired. Are you suggesting that one of the boosters should be hardwired directly into the wifi-hub modem? (the large white cylindrical apparatus)
I had a power outage earlier today and now all of my boosters are flashing blue. It was working fine prior to the outage, albeit slow speed --> definitely was not coming close to 1000 mbps download speeds