“A couple of days ago, I received a notification on my client device that Orbi RBR760 has automatically logged into my WiFi. Not just this, but a new device has been detected. I freaked out and assumed that my router got hacked. After spending so much time trying to understand what happened, I found nothing. I am beyond confused as to what happened. Is there a way through which this issue can be resolved?”
Does this query ring a bell? If it does, then it means you have it too, which led you here. Want to know the good news? This issue can be troubleshot with ease once you go through the troubleshooting tips highlighted below. However, first, let us bring the spotlight to the reasons why you are facing it. Continue reading.
One of the biggest reasons why you are experiencing the Netgear Orbi RBR760 logged into itself and sent notification issue is because Netgear Orbi Armor is activated on your system. When new devices attempt to connect to the system, it notifies the user of the same.
You should know that the RBR760 router is not itself logging in; the Orbi application has Anywhere Access enabled by default. To learn how to get rid of the issue, it is suggested that you pay attention to the information given in the next segment of this blog post.
Gain access to your mobile device and make sure that it has internet connection. In case it does not have internet connection, go to WiFi, look for the Orbi SSID, input the network key, and tap the CONNECT button. In the blink of an eye, your device will have WiFi.
Now, launch the Netgear Orbi application on your mobile device. Once you do this, log or sign in. Bear in mind that the credentials do not have mistakes. If even one character is out of place, you will not be able to sign in hassle-free.
You will know that you have got login success once the dashboard displays on the mobile screen. Go to the MENU icon. You will find it on the upper-left corner. Select SETTINGS > ANYWHERE ACCESS. Soon the page of the same name will appear.
At last, you ought to move the ENABLE ANYWHERE ACCESS slider button to OFF. Once you have disabled the feature, check whether the RBR760 logged into itself and sent notification issue has been resolved or not. Still facing? Keep reading.
The mother of all solutions is Netgear Orbi reset. When nothing works, this solution does. Considering you are still experiencing the Netgear Orbi RBR760 logged into itself and sent notification issue, then you should also opt for this solution.
In case you are not sure about executing it with ease, we won’t let you. The reason being, here you will find the instructions regarding this in detail. You just need to read them. Soon you will restore your device to the default factory settings:
Once your device resets, it will commence restarting. Take our advice and LET IT REBOOT. Do not interrupt the process by unnecessarily turning off the device or unplugging it from the wall socket to which it is connected.
The minute the process is finished, it’s time to set up the Orbi. You can set it up via orbilogin.net and the Orbi app. Here, we have thoroughly explained the second method.
Here ends the guide written on how to resolve the Orbi RBR760 logged into itself issue. Now, you can have full control of your Orbi, which device gets to connect to it or not.
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