01-19-2019 3:05 PM
I've connected an AirTies extender so I can get my Ring doorbell to receive a WI-fi signal. For some reason, the signal, with the extender, is intermittent. Also, the lights signifying the two bands stay solid for a short time or constantly flash and sometimes go off briefly.
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01-19-2019 3:57 PM
Sounds like the Airties is having problems getting a signal. Try moving it closer to you wifi router.
01-22-2019 10:30 AM
01-22-2019 12:28 PM
That means WPS is trying to sync to your gateway. If this continues for a long time I would take the Airties and use the ethernet cable that came with it to hook it to your gateway. Once it has synced with your gateway, you can then remove the ethernet cable and put it back where you want it.
Also check that you are using an AT&T gateway compatible with the Airties, It has to be the 599, 5268ac, or the BGW210.
01-22-2019 2:06 PM
01-22-2019 5:05 PM
What you described is normal. The 2.4 light will be solid green and the 5 GHZ should blink once every 5 seconds.
03-15-2019 12:54 PM
03-15-2019 12:59 PM
I've never seen the 2.4ghz light blink every five seconds, just the 5ghz when everything is working fine. Are you sure both are blinking every 5 seconds? Or are they both blinking about every second? If so the Airties is not synced to your gateway.
03-16-2019 9:20 AM
03-16-2019 11:55 AM
The easiest way it get it synced is to get an ethernet cable and plug it directly into your gateway. Power the Airties one and within a couple of minutes it should sync. Once synced, you can move it back to the location where you need it.
If you have WPS set up on your gateway, you can also try using the WPS button on the gateway and the WPS button on the Airties.
03-16-2019 12:21 PM
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