How to do Linksys Velop Setup ?
Linksys Velop is a whole-house Wi-Fi System or mesh-router system, which makes use of multiple routers to generate and transmit strong and consistent internet signals throughout the house. Just follow some easy steps for Linksys Velop Setup.
Linksys Velop is a product of the future because it doesn’t work on the same principle as that of a traditional router, hence being able to deliver faster and more reliable internet connectivity to users. You can make the unit work like a Wi-Fi Extender by adding either a new router or a new node to the existing mesh-router system. However, it is going to be more powerful and faster, hence resulting in a more robust Wi-Fi setup.
Linksys Velop is available as a single unit and as well as in a pack of three. However, you have the option to add as many nodes as you want without worrying as to what will be the Wi-Fi names and passwords of those additional nodes because there will be a single Wi-Fi name and password. With this incredible system installed in the house, roaming from one corner of the room to another will not be much of a problem, as the transition between each node will be seamless and the signal will never be lost.
How To Perform Linksys Velop Setup?
Setting up Linksys Velop is simplest from the most annoying things at the same time. That is an awkward combination, to say the least, but that’s how it is with Velop.
How To Login Linksys Velop?
The web interface of Linksys Router gives you the ability to change and modify settings of the router such as:
All these settings can be changed through the web interface of the router for which, you need to have login credentials. Here is how you can go about Linksys Router login process:
How To Set Up A Wired Velop System?
Linksys Velop is a versatile system that can be easily connected with Ethernet cables. There are many benefits of having wiring nodes with the most prominent being the increase in the range and speed of Velop system and reduces the risk of any wireless interference.
When it comes to setting up additional nodes, then that will be done using a wireless connection. After Linksys Velop setup, you need to connect nodes by making use of Ethernet cables and then, the nodes are going to be switched to wire connection automatically.
Here are the steps for Velop setup using Ethernet cables:
How to perform Linksys Velop Setup in
Setting up your Velop System in Bridge Mode allows you to add it with an existing Wi-Fi. If you have an existing router or modem/router combo and want to keep using it as a router, then you can include a Velop system to enhance its Wi-Fi coverage.
A Velop system won’t have its own separate network in the bridge mode. All nodes and client devices that are connected to Velop’s Wi-Fi or the current modem router will be on the same network and communicate with other devices present within the network.
Prerequisites for setting up Velop system in bridge mode:
You will see ‘Your Velop is in the bridge mode’ on the dashboard of the app, which will confirm that your Velop system is in the bridge mode. After the node is set up in bridge mode, the primary node needs to be connected via an Ethernet cable to the existing router, whereas other nodes can be connected wirelessly or with an Ethernet cable.