Difference between set up by utility & set up by button

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Difference between set up by utility & set up by button
Difference between set up by utility & set up by button
2012-12-30 12:32:19
Region : Others

Model : TL-WA830RE

Hardware Version : Not Clear

Firmware Version :

ISP :


Dear friends,
Thank you for responding to my concern
I am a new user with zero experience with this device
I wanted to connect this device to my network at home
Aim: to have a strong signal in rooms far from the source modem for mobiles & laptops
I do not know where to start. In the leaflet, there are two ways ;set up by utility & set up by button
which one suite mu situation

Thank you very much
Ali
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Re:Difference between set up by utility & set up by button
2012-12-30 12:49:24
If there is a WPS button on your root device, follow the UG to press RE button on WA830.
Otherwise, you'd better use utility.
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Re:Difference between set up by utility & set up by button
2012-12-30 12:57:18
Thanks Ada
I will check that now
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Re:Difference between set up by utility & set up by button
2012-12-30 22:32:21
I have successfully set up the device
I have made the set up on my lap top which was far from the source
The signal was very strong for a while but thereafter it disappeared
Where can I put the device; I put it between the source & signal week area, is that wright?
Do I need to make any connection to the device other than the electricity, because the device now is not connected to a PC or a lap top (only power)

Many thanks
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Re:Difference between set up by utility & set up by button
2013-01-03 14:52:54
No other connections required. Only the power electricity. It can sit alone and work to offer the strong signal;)
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