2.2 Physical Interfaces

Get known of the physical interfaces on the EZR13 WiFi extender.

2.2.1 - APPEARANCE

EZR13 WiFi extender has 2x WiFi antenna sockets and 1x PoE sockets.

The WiFi antenna sockets are N-female connectors on the top side. The PoE socket is on the down side.

A brief view on EZR13 physical interfaces

2.2.2 - PORTS & SWITCHES

From left side, there are DC socket, Reset button, PoE & WAN, LAN, Indicators, and USB.

Physical ports on outdoor WiFi extender

2.2.3 - INDICATORS

There are four indicators on the EZR13 extender. From up to down, the left sides are system & Wi-Fi, and the right side are WiFi relay & WAN. Below are the indicator descriptions.

Indicator

Status

Description

System

Green

This light indicates that the extender is receiving power. If it's lit solid green, then the router has booted successfully.

Flash

The extender system is booting up. The system indicator flashes while resetting or flashing the firmware.

Off

No light at all indicates that the extender is not receiving power. Check the PoE socket connect to the motherboard and check the PoE adapter. You might need to test an alternate power socket if the router doesn't power on.

Wi-Fi

Green

This light indicates that the modem is sending a Wi-Fi signal. If the light is on the green, you should be able to see and connect to the Wi-Fi network.

Flash

If you are connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot, it will flash green to indicate data going to and from the extender. If the extender is connected to another Wi-Fi hotspot (Wi-Fi relay), it will also flash because it has the data flow.

Off

If it's off, your extender is no longer sending a Wi-Fi signal. You can log in to the extender admin and turn on the Wi-Fi master hotspot.

Relay & WAN

Green

These lights indicate the extender is connecting to another WiFi hotspot via WiFi relay or WAN on LAN cable.