We will discuss 5 different kinds of errors reported on the browser while configuring the Netgear extender 2700.
- 404, not found: If you are getting this error code, then it means the address entered for Netgear Ex2700 setup to the new router is incorrect or doesn’t exist. Check spellings and try entering it again.
- Unable to connect: This error indicates some problem with the DNS server or the destination server. The server is trying to establish a connection again and again.
Solution: If the website is down, then you will get this problem, use the down detector link to check the status of the webpage.
- Certificate error: This type of error mostly encounters after setup. This is related to the security of your website. If there is no HTTPS enabled on the setup website, then you will get an error code.
Solution: If the SSL of the website is expired or not configured due to some reason, then configure it or renew it. These kinds of websites are sometimes not genuine.
- Customized error: The developers of the website sometimes customize the error 404 into some other form. Though the motive behind adding the error is the same it only makes the error friendlier.
- Phishing and malware warning: While reading the Netgear Wi-Fi extender N300 instructions online, you may get the phishing or malware warning. This is common and nothing to worry about. You can remove this error or malware by simply scanning the website and computer. Try opening the setup page again. There are some malicious websites or pages that look similar to the Netgear website. When you open such pages, it transfers the malicious files onto your computer and right after that, all your activity starts recording.
If you are facing any of the above-mentioned errors during the setup, then get in touch with our experienced technicians at My Wifi Ext Fix. You can call us on our toll free number and get the required help.