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How to add an access point in a Network through the Linksys Cloud Manager

The Linksys Business Dual-Band Cloud Access Points provide a secure, high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity, and advanced security and management features so employees can bring their own devices to work, and can stay connected across the workplace. 
With the new Linksys Cloud Manager, you can conveniently check and manage your Linksys Business Cloud Access Points’ networks anytime and anywhere.  Follow the steps below to learn how to add an access point in a network through the Linksys Cloud Manager.
Before you begin:

  • Write down your access point’s MAC address and Serial number.  These can be found on your access point’s backplate or on the box it came in.
  • Make sure your access point is online by checking the LAN settings.
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Step 1:
Connect the new access point to your network and power it ON.
Step 2:
Launch a browser, go to http://business.linksys.com and log in.
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Step 3:
Click on a network from the list.
Alternatively, you can click on the ellipsis User-added image icon of a network and directly select the Access Points option from the drop-down menu (proceed to Step 5). 
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Step 4:
Go to the top section and select Access Points.
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Step 5:
Click on the User-added image button.
QUICK TIP:  If an access point has been added prior to this step, you will see an User-added image button instead.
Step 6:
Enter your access point’s MAC address and Serial number then click Next.
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Step 7:
Automatically, the default name the access point will be assigned to is its MAC address.  If you want to change the name, simply enter a custom name in the Access point name field then click Add access point once done.
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NOTE:  If your access point is not detected, log in through the local interface and check the LAN settings.
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To add another access point, click the Add access point button. 

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