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Getting to know the Linksys WAP750AC AC750 Wi-Fi Access Point

The Linksys WAP750AC AC750 Wireless Access Point is the latest AC-series access point that utilizes Cross-Band Technology.  This maximizes simultaneous use of both bands (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) for high speed data transfer and uninterrupted streaming and gaming.  It receives a signal on one (1) frequency and transmits simultaneously on another channel for the purpose of full duplex communication.  Now you can do a video conference and share files without interruption, even when the rest of your family is gaming and streaming videos.  The Linksys WAP750AC offers the option to use it as a Wireless Range Extender or a Wired Access Point.
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Front Panel
Side Panel
Bottom Panel
Product Features
LED Behaviors
Product Requirements

Front Panel

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  • Antenna positioning is done depending on the type of home you have.
IMPORTANT:  The antennas are fixed and can ONLY rotate at 180 degrees.  Do NOT force the antennas too far back, otherwise, they will break.

NOTE:  For illustration purposes, the Linksys RE6300 is used in this example.
  • For Single-story homes - Both antennas should be pointing down.
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  • For Multi-story homes - One (1) antenna is always down to provide coverage for the current floor and the 2nd antenna (any antenna) is positioned differently depending on where the Linksys WAP750AC is located and where the coverage is needed.
NOTE:  For the most part, position one (1) antenna at 45 degrees as shown in Position A below.  If there are issues with coverage, move the antenna about 50-55 degrees down as shown in Position B
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Position A can be used if the Linksys WAP750AC is in the middle of the house.
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Position B can be used if the Linksys WAP750AC is connected to an outlet that is on a farther side of the home.
Side Panel

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User-added image Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ (WPS) button – Uses the WPS technology to automatically and securely add wireless devices to your network.
User-added image Reset button – Press and hold for 10 seconds to reset the Linksys WAP750AC to factory defaults.
Bottom Panel

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User-added image ETHERNET port - Connect an Ethernet-enabled device to the network using either a Cat 5 or 6 Ethernet cable.
Product Features

  • Access Point or Wireless Extender mode
  • Concurrent Dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz)
  • 802.11ac Wireless Technology
  • Data Rate of up to 300 Mbps for 2.4 GHz and up to 433 Mbps for 5 GHz
  • Two (2) External non-detachable antennas
  • 2x2 Spatial Streams (2.4 GHz)
  • One (1) 10/100/1000 Fast Ethernet port (auto MDIX sensing)
  • Browser-based Setup (BBS)
  • Spot Finder Technology (on Range Extender mode only)
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ (WPS)
  • Wireless Security
  • Cross-Band Technology (on Range Extender mode only)
  • Beamforming Technology
  • Boost Wi-Fi range up to 6,500 sq ft
LED Behaviors
User-added image Power / WPS LED:
  • OFF – There is no power on the Linksys WAP750AC.
  • Blinking Green / Yellow – The Linksys WAP750AC is starting up, resetting to factory defaults, upgrading its firmware or WPS connection is in process.
  • Solid Green / Yellow – The Linksys WAP750AC is ready to use.
  • Solid Amber / Red – There is a weak connection with the router.
  • Blinking Amber / Red – The Linksys WAP750AC is not connected to the router or the WPS pairing failed.

User-added image Ethernet LED - It will blink when sending or receiving data over the Ethernet port.
Product Requirements
  • Wi-Fi enabled computers or mobile devices
  • AC power outlet
  • Ethernet router or switch with available RJ45 Ethernet port and RJ45 cable for Access Point mode or wireless network for Range Extender mode
  • For browser setup:
    • Internet Explorer® 8 or higher
    • Safari® 5.1 for Mac® or higher
    • Google Chrome™ 25.0 or higher
    • Firefox® 20 or higher

Related Videos:

What is Cross-band Technology (VIDEO)
Setting up the Linksys WAP750AC AC750 Wi-Fi Access Point (VIDEO)

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