FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 300E – Service - Knowledge Base

FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 300E – Service

Configuring the push service

You can have the push service send you emails with the connection and usage data of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater at regular intervals or when certain events occur. Then the FRITZ!WLAN Repeaters notifies you when a new FRITZ!OS is available, for example, or it automatically sends you a backup file with your settings before every FRITZ!OS update.

Requirements / Restrictions

  • You must use an email account with a POP3 email server.
  • POP3 download must be enabled with your email provider.

    Note:You can enable download in your email account settings. Refer to your email provider for information on how to set it up.

1 Entering email account information

  1. Click "System" in the user interface of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater.
  2. Click "Push Service" in the "System" menu.
  3. Click on the "Sender" tab.
  4. Enter your email address and password.

    Note:In most cases, the FRITZ!Box adds the following information automatically. With smaller local providers, you have to enter it yourself. Your email provider can give you the required information.

  5. Enter the name of your email provider's SMTP server.
  6. If the server cannot be reached over port 25, enter the port used by the server to communicate in the "Port" field, for example 587.
  7. If the server supports SSL, enable the option "This server supports a secure connection (SSL)".
  8. Enable the option "Send a test email to the given sender to make sure that the account data were entered correctly".
  9. Click "Apply" to save the settings.
  10. Now the repeater sends a test email to your email account.

2 Enabling the push service

  1. Click "System" in the user interface of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater.
  2. Click "Push Service" in the "System" menu.
  3. Click the button (Edit) next to the push services you would like to use.
  4. Enable the option "Push service enabled" and configure the individual push services.
  5. Click "OK" to save the settings.