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Ezza

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Can anyone please save me? I am trying to use a Wi-Fi booster, I've used it successfully in the past, but now it is only allowing one device to be loged in at a time... Please any suggestions.

Talking to a non tech head.

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Sad, Well if anyone else have same issue for them, i am writing solution. here it is.

 

  1. First connect to router in web browser.
  2. Enter your login details.
  3. Click "Advanced" tab.
  4. Go to "Access Control", it is under security tab.
    Here you can see all connected devices, and other which devices as well who once connected to your wifi.
    There you can select other user/device to access your Wifi.
  5. If any other device is not able to connect to your network then do check if it is not 'Block'.

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