AT&T Smart Wi-Fi Extender - AirTies 4920

Cover more areas of your business with wall-to-wall Wi-Fi. Stream when and where you want with the Smart Wi-Fi extender.

Learn more about the Smart Wi-Fi Extender

Tired of Wi-Fi® dead zones? The AT&T Smart Wi-Fi Extender connects to your Wi-Fi gateway (NVG599, 5268AC, or BGW210), creating a mesh network that extends your Wi-Fi signal to more areas of your business. You can stream music and videos with less buffering, on more devices, in locations you couldn’t before.

AT&T Wi-Fi Extender 4920

Device connections

Your Wi-Fi gateway and the Smart Wi-Fi Extender use the same network info. That means you connect a new tablet, smartphone, or laptop to your Wi-Fi network with an extender the same way you connect to your gateway. Just enter your Wi-Fi network name and password.

You can even connect devices like smart TVs, media players, and gaming systems to the extender with an Ethernet cable.

See if you need a Smart Wi-Fi extender

If you have an NVG599, 5268AC, or BGW210 Wi-Fi gateway, an extender can help cover Wi-Fi dead zones. To find out if a Wi-Fi extender can help:
  1. Go to the Smart Home Manager. ( 
  2. Select Tools, then Do I Need Smart Wi-Fi Extenders?
  3. Follow the prompts. We’ll let you know if an extender will help in your business.

Get fixes to common Wi-Fi extender issues

Solid red light

Your Wi-Fi extender probably has a bad connection or is too far from your gateway. Move the extender closer to your gateway to get a stronger signal.

Blinking green lights

Your Wi-Fi extender probably hasn’t synced with your gateway.
  1. Place your extender close to your Wi-Fi gateway.
  2. Press the WPS button on the front of the gateway, then press the WPS button on the extender. The 5GHz and 2.4GHz lights will blink and then turn solid green when they successfully pair.
  3. Move the Wi-Fi extender to your desired location.
Last updated: December 7, 2022