AirTies access points can be used in two different ways:
(The Air 4920 can also be used as a repeater or extender for the existing wireless router. This does not apply to Air 4930. See Using the AirTies Air 4920 as a Wi-Fi Repeater.)
The Network name (SSID) and password are printed on the sticker on the bottom of the device. If you want to change these, see Find and change the network name and password for AirTies Wi-Fi.
The coverage area around the access point is spherical. It is therefore smart to place it as centrally as possible in your home.
As always with wireless access points, it should also be placed as high up and with as few physical obstructions as possible for the Wi-Fi signals.
Never place a wireless access point behind TV or other electronics.
Leave the access point upright, or attach it to the wall with an AirTies mounting bracket / wall mount, making sure that the vents are not covered or sealed.
To avoid interference from other networks and gadgets connecting to the wrong one, we strongly recommend that you turn off any other wireless networks in your home, including the one that is probably part of your router.
In many cases, you can do this yourself using a web page for the router, but you may also need to contact your internet service provider to get your other wireless network(s) turned off.
Get The AirTies WiFi app to change the SSID and password, see the speed of the connections between clients and access points, set up a guest network and so on.
Larger homes or homes with more demanding layouts will usually need more than one access point. You can create a mesh network at any time by adding one or more new access points from AirTies.
See how here: Extending Your AirTies Network with Additional Devices