How do I set up my Total Home wi-fi booster box?
Once you’ve got your Total Home Wi-Fi Booster Box, you’ll need to set it up. Follow these simple steps and set your extender up, then enjoy a speedy connection throughout your home.
How to set up your wifi booster box
- When you first power up the access point, make sure it is connected through the wire in the wifi booster box, directly into the router.
- Once you’ve ensured that your wifi booster box is connected to the access point, yYou’ll see lots of flashing lights —, leave it for wait a couple of minutes, and you’ll notice that these lightsit will either go solid white or blue. This is good, and it means that your wifi booster boxit has copied the routers information.
- Next, unplug the wire that connects the Access Point and the Router but keep your access point and router switched on.
- Double press the wi-fi button on the access point above the light and it will show a blue/green light.
- Now, unplug the access point and move it into a different location in the home. Once it’s powered on, the lights will flash, then go solid white for approx. 1 minute and then go off.
- Double press the wi-fi button again, until you see a green/yellow light. (Blue, Purple means the access point is not good in this location)
- After it has flashed Green or yellow, the light will go off — this means that your wifi booster box is working, and the range of your router will be extended.
- Note: If there is no light on the access point, this is good, and it means your wifi booster box is working. To check the signal strength, just double press the wi-fi button for the green/yellow light.
Wifi booster box: Troubleshooting
When the access point is being placed around the house, the lights on the wifi booster box provide an indicator of how effective the box will perform in different locations, as it moves. The light on the access point will be solid in the colour below, and we’ve explained what each one means for your wifi booster box:
- Blue – Signal is too strong, the access point won’t be effective here.
- Green – Good quality of signal, this is the optimal spot for the access point.
- Yellow – Signal is low, wi-fi connection will be stable.
- Purple – Signal strength is weak, this position is too far away from the router.
- White – If the light goes solid white for 1 minute and then it goes off, your access point is fully operational.
Sometimes your access point might need switching off and on again to pick up the new position from the router in order to display the colours outlined above.
Further support for using your wifi home booster box & more
For more help on getting online with us, read our guide on what to do if your router has flashing lights, if you have no internet connection or get information on using your own dhcp – along with lots more helpful guides within our FAQ section.