Wi-Fi Protected Setup is one of the methods for connecting your device to a wireless network. This method has two modes --- the PIN method and the Push button method. If you cannot connect your wireless device to the Sagemcom router WPS not working, it is mainly because the WPS feature is disabled on the router.
By default, the WPS feature is disabled on all the Sagemcom routers. To enable it, perform the following steps.
Connect the Sagemcom router to your computer using an Ethernet cable.
Launch a web browser and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar.
Type the router’s user name and password in the relevant fields on the Sign in page.
Note: This login credentials can be found on the router’s sticker at the rear panel. By default, admin is the router’s username and password.
Click the Login button to access the router’s home page.
Select the network that you need to fix Sagemcom router WPS not working.
Click the WPS tab and turn on the Enable WPS toggle switch.
Navigate to the WPS Mode field. Select the checkbox next to the Push Button and PIN options.
By doing this, the physical WPS button will also be enabled.
After enabling it, remove the Ethernet cable from the Sagemcom router and the computer.
WPS Push Button Setup
Try to connect your wireless device to the network using WPS by performing the following steps.
Locate the WPS button on the side panel of the Sagemcom router.
Hold the WPS button for about five seconds.
Wait until the WPS LED turns solid green. It indicates that you have successfully enabled WPS on the router.
If your device also supports WPS, it will be connected to the Sagemcom router as soon as you enable WPS on it.
Once the device gets connected to the router’s network using WPS, the wireless LED will turn solid. You can also confirm the wireless connection from the network settings of your device to fix sagemcom router WPS not working.