Wireless-N Repeater

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Jazz1232

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i have my wireless repeater connected to my WiFi. My WiFi is set to power off my WiFi every night around 3 in the morning. It powers back o. Around 7:30 I. The morning. My repeater always lose connect to my WiFi after being off over night, but don’t lose connection to WiFi if I just turned the WiFi off for 2 minutes then turn it back on, I must reset my repeater every day so it may connect to my WiFi, I never had to do this with my NETGEAR extender, why do have to do that with the Wireless-N WiFi Repeater?
 

DaveA

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Why are you shutting down for only 4 1/2 hours?
 

Jazz1232

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The socket is set to turn of around time, it’s all on a timer, why won’t the repeater pick the signal back up when the WiFi come back on?
 

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why won’t the repeater pick the signal back up when the WiFi come back on?
You'll probably need to ask the manufacturer or designer or developer. My guess is that it stops looking for the signal after some (probably short) period of time.
 
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