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Etender WCB6200Q Question - Connected to G1100 router via coax

Etender WCB6200Q Question - Connected to G1100 router via coax

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Copper Contributor Rcgus
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I recently installed a Fios Extender.  I used WPS to mirror the settings but my 2.4g performance is now down 70% and my 5g SSID on the extender now displays text added on to the original 5g as "2.4-5g".  Performance on the extender over 5g is good but the 2.4 is terrible.  Any idea why?  Should I manually change the broadcast SSID on the extender to match exactly the 5g SSID on the gateway?  I thought it was supposed to do that during set up.  All the passwords seem to have cloned.  Thank you for any suggestions or similar experience.  I hope I posted this in the right place and this makes sense.    

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You don’t need to hit the WPS button to sync them up. It should auto clone the SSID/Password when connected to the coax. 
I would hard reset it first and give it like 10-15 minutes to clone the router. Is the coax light on the 6200?

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Copper Contributor Rcgus
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Its interesting.  The quick install guide says its not necessary to use the WPS button but the manual says to use it in order to clone.  I was confused.  Yes the Coax light is on/flashing like its moving data.  I will try a hard reset and see if it clones automatically.  I got the impression with out the WPS, it would use the network with two new SSID and not clone.

 

Thank you for the response. 

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I did as you suggested and it seemed to do the trick.  All is well.  Thank you for taking the time to solve my issue.  Greatly appreciated !!!

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