1. Q:
    2. How do I set up my COVR devices using a web browser?
    1. A:
    2. To set up the COVR-3902 system using a web browser, follow the steps below. If you want to use the D-Link Wi-Fi app, click here.


      Step 1: Open a web browser (such as Internet Explorer) and enter http://covr.local. or the IP address of the router (default is into the address bar.



      Step 2: The first time you log in, the wizard will automatically start. If you are prompted to log in, enter your password (blank by default) and click Log in. From the Home screen, hover over Settings at the top and click Wizard. Click Next to continue.



      Step 3: Connect the power adapter to the COVR extender and plug it in near the router. Click Next and allow up to two minutes for the extender to boot up and connect to the router.



      Step 4: Once the following screen appears, click Next to continue.



      Step 5: The router will automatically try to detect your connection. If you have PPPoE, you will be prompted to enter your PPPoE user name and password (see step 6). For cable and dynamic connections, if detected, skip to step 7. 


      If the router cannot detect the connection type, the following screen will appear. Select the type of Internet connection you have and click Next. If you have a static connection, select Static IP Address Connecion and you will be prompted to enter the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server(s) address(es). Skip to step 7.



      Step 6: If you have PPPoE (most DSL), enter your PPPoE user name and password. Click Next to continue.



      Step 7: Enter a Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and a Wi-Fi password. This name and password will be assigned to both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands on both the router and extender. Click Next to continue.



      Step 8: Enter a password for your COVR devices. This password will be used to access the web UI and the Wi-Fi app for both the router and extender. Write it down and then click Next to continue.



      Step 9: A summary page will display your settings. If you want to make changes, click Back, otherise click Finish to continue.



      Step 10: Click Finish to save your settings.  



      Congratulations your router and extender are configured. Once the router boots back up, you may unplug the extender and place in a location between your router and any dead zones. When you plug the extender in, allow up to two minutes to boot. The LEDs will indicate your connection quality to the router. Green means it is a good connection, orange means a fair connection, and red means a poor connection. If orange or red, move the extender closer to the router.

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