What if my Wi-Fi network doesn’t show up?

  • Please check whether your Wi-Fi router is on.
  • Check farther down the list of Wi-Fi names.
  • Restart your Wi-Fi router.

Restarting your router can be useful for fixing a number of Wi-Fi issues.

Important: You won’t be able to access the Internet until your router has finished restarting.

How to restart your router:

  1. Unplug your router’s power.
  2. Wait for 10 seconds, then plug your router back in.
  3. Wait a couple of minutes, or until you see steady power and connection lights.

After your router has restarted, try connecting your Airmega to your Wi-Fi network again.

More pointers about your Wi-Fi router:

  • Please move your Airmega closer to your Wi-Fi router and try again. If your Airmega is too far away from your Wi-Fi router, it could be out of range.
  • Please check for wireless interference. Wireless interference can be caused by having many Wi-Fi devices in the house, too many Wi-Fi networks in the area, or even a big metal object between your Airmega and the router.

If the issue persists, please make contact with your Wi-Fi router company customer service to resolve your issue with the router.