At a great price, the Asus repeater RT n12 is never going to be technology leader extender, though frankly dual channel ‘n’ is probably more useful to most people. The unit is invented to be plugged into a UK mains socket and has on the front a WPS button and an infinite of lights, and on top, an Ethernet socket, reset whole and On/Off switch. Check out the way here that can help you in adding the internet radios into the Asus repeater
Bring the Internet to your devices; if you don’t own a WPS button on your hub/router, you can set up your extender utilizing the web-based set-up with an Internet browser
- Works with all broadband providers
- Simple, secure, push-button Wi-Fi connection
- Uses N600 dual-band Wi-Fi technology
- Multiple HD/3D TV streaming, faster downloads, and online gaming
Asus 610 extender first setup:
- Plug the extender into a power outlet nearby your broadband wireless router. Make sure the power socket’s switched on. Review the extender On/Off button on the top is turned on. Wait 20 seconds for the extender to start up. The Power glare will be steady green, and the too restricted and too far red lights will be flashing collectively.
- Touch the WPS pin on your router. Press the WPS switch on the extender (for 1 second) within 3 minutes. Wait until the WPS light stops flashing. The Asus repeater RT n12 is now configured with your hub/router, and you’re ready to find its optimum location.
- Plug in the extender in a room halfway between the router and the area to extend coverage. Give it 25 seconds for the extender to start up; then the area lights will roll up and below while it searches and connects to your router.
- Check the lights and if needed move the extender closer or further away from your hub/router depending on the light status below. Then recheck the light condition. And your extender will now automatically use the Wi-Fi extension.
Your Asus repeater rt n12 is now ready to work.