Why My Netgear R7000p 5ghz Not Working?
- Netgear R7000p 5ghz Is Not Working
Netgear R7000p 5ghz Router Not Working
Netgear R7000P 5GHz may not work properly due to various reasons. The first thing is to check its connectivity. Consider the ways that are given below to fix the Netgear R7000p 5ghz not working issue.
First, check whether all the connections from the router are secure. Make sure that the router is turned on.
Make sure that the Wi-Fi extender is working.
If the Wi-Fi extender cannot detect the 5GHz wireless network of the router, it may lose connection to the 5 GHz band.
Try changing the wireless channel of your Netgear router and verify whether the issue has been resolved.
Restart the router, extender, and your computer.
From your browser, go to the web-based setup page of the router.
Enter the username and password of your router and click on the Login button.
Click the Wireless tab and navigate to the Wireless Settings page.
Select Channel under Wireless Network (5GHz).
If you find that the Netgear router is set to Auto or a channel between 52-64 or 100-140, you can change it to a channel between 36-48 or between 149-161.
If the router doesn’t work after changing the channel recommended above, try entering a different channel to fix the intermittent connections.
Now, click on the Apply button.
You can reconnect the extender to the 5GHz band and check if the connectivity has improved.
Refresh your network list and select your 5GHz router network name (SSID) from the displayed list.
If the issue persists, factory reset the router.
Now, turn on the router and reconfigure it.
Once the router is configured, the issue will be fixed.
You can now connect your device to the 5GHZ band of your router. If still you are facing Netgear R7000p 5ghz not working issue, click the call button available on the screen.