How to configure Comfast CF-EW71 access point with the Netgear router?

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How to configure Comfast CF-EW71 access point with the Netgear router?
Timothy.Brown
- Sep 10, 2019 02:23 AM

In order setup Comfast CF-EW71 AP with the netgear router please follow the instructions below:
> Plug in the Comfast extender to the power
> Open your computer go to wifi and connect it to the SSID (Network name) of your comfast network.
> Then open a browser and at the top on the address bar type in 192.168.10.1 and hot enter and it should take you to the login screen for camfast.
> The default username is "admin " & and the password is "admin" then hit login
> click on the access point option and wait until it detects the network.
> Change the name and password as per to your requirement. Then connect a cable for your netgear router LAN port to the comfast AP .
The Setup is Complete now

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Timothy.Brown
Sep 11, 2019
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In order setup Comfast CF-EW71 AP with the NetGear router please follow the instructions below:
> Plug in the Comfast extender to the power
> Open your computer go to wifi and connect it to the SSID (Network name) of your comfast network.
> Then open a browser and at the top of the address bar type in 192.168.10.1 and hit enter and it should take you to the login screen for comfast.
> The default username is “admin ” & and the password is “admin” then hit login
> click on the access point option and wait until it detects the network.
> Change the name and password as per to your requirement. Then connect a cable for your NetGear router LAN port to the comfast AP .
The Setup is Complete now

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Mark Stevens
Sep 10, 2019
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To configure Comfast CF-EW71 access point with the Netgear router,plug in the comfast device to the power, now connect any wireless device with the comfast network.Once you see it’s connected,open 192.168.10.1 in the address bar on the browser.Once you see the set up wizard on the screen,follow the instruction to complete the setup.

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moses...007
Sep 10, 2019
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plug in the comfast device into the power socket.

connect any computer or laptop with the comfast connection

open the browser and in the URL bar type 192.168.10.1, it will open the step up page for you

follow the instructions to complete the setup

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Roman
Sep 03, 2019
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Connect your Comfast  CF-EW71 with the router. Then open any browser on the computer and on the top URL bar please type 192.168.10.1. It will open the setup page of comfast, you just have to follow the instructions and select the option to use it as a access point on the setup page to do the setup of the extender.

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