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Adding a child node to your Velop system using an iOS mobile device

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This article will teach you how to add a child node to the Velop network.  Follow the instructions below.

Requirements
 
1.  The latest Linksys app version
2.  iOS mobile device: iOS 11.4 or later

 
Directions

Step 1:
Launch the Linksys app.

Step 2:
Tap on Set up a New Wi-Fi Network.

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Step 3:
Tap on Go to Login.

Step 4:
Log in with your Linksys server account or router password.  Tap on Log in.

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Step 5:
Tap on the menu User-added image icon on the dashboard.  

Step 6:
Tap on Set up a New Product.

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Step 7:
Tap on Add Another Node to xxxxx (the xxxxx represents the name of your Wi-Fi).

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Step 8:
Tap on To extend my Wi-Fi with a new child node.

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Step 9:
The app will show you how to place the node.  Tap on Next.

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Step 10:
Plug the node to a power source and then tap on Next.

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Step 11:
The app will prepare the node for connection to the network.  

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Step 12:
Check if the light on the node is blinking purple.  Tap on Yes, it’s Blinking Purple.

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Step 13:
The app will now add the child node to your network.

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Step 14:
Select a name for your node or customize a name then tap on Next.

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Step 15:
You have successfully added a node.  Tap on Next.

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Step 16:
If you want to add another node, tap on Add Another Node; if not, tap on That’s it for Now.

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Step 17:
Updates for the node will automatically happen overnight.  The node can also report crashes to Linksys to make your Wi-Fi better.  If there are new updates for the node, tap on Start Update.  Otherwise, tap on Next.

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Step 18:
The child node is now ready.  You can connect additional devices to your Wi-Fi or tap on Go to Dashboard

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The dashboard should now show the total number of nodes in your network.


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