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Wifi extender, extends the range of your wifi router. Dual range means it supports connections on the 2.4ghz band and 5ghz band at the same time. In laymans terms, the device will extend both bands (wifi) coming from.your router at the same time, so you can connect devices that are further away. Let me know if that ans… see more Wifi extender, extends the range of your wifi router. Dual range means it supports connections on the 2.4ghz band and 5ghz band at the same time. In laymans terms, the device will extend both bands (wifi) coming from.your router at the same time, so you can connect devices that are further away. Let me know if that answered your question. Please mark my review as helpful. see less Wifi extender, extends the range of your wifi router. Dual range means it supports connections on the 2.4ghz band and 5ghz band at the same time. In laymans terms, the device will extend both bands (wifi) coming from.your router at the same time, so you can connect devices that are further away. Let me know if that answered your question. Please mark my review as helpful.
Jovon Fletcher
· December 27, 2013
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It ABSOUTELY can be used as an ACCESS POINT! Just d/l latest firmware and follow the prompts during the setup. Runs like a champ!
BGard
· February 25, 2016
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Ross, yes it will work with any internet, this is a booster for me because our main connection is on the 3rd floor and I have a laptop on the first floor and it works great... I hope this helps. Nancy
Nancy A. Guenther
· September 30, 2013
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My need was to push a signal to an out building 250ft downhill from my residence. I placed the extender at the peak of the roof in the attic, (at the end of the house, closest to the out building). Plug the unit into a power outlet and presto I had a 3 bar signal to the out building. No additional connections or any ot… see more My need was to push a signal to an out building 250ft downhill from my residence. I placed the extender at the peak of the roof in the attic, (at the end of the house, closest to the out building). Plug the unit into a power outlet and presto I had a 3 bar signal to the out building. No additional connections or any other add-ons of any sort. Also, I'm using the NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Router (R7000). see less My need was to push a signal to an out building 250ft downhill from my residence. I placed the extender at the peak of the roof in the attic, (at the end of the house, closest to the out building). Plug the unit into a power outlet and presto I had a 3 bar signal to the out building. No additional connections or any other add-ons of any sort. Also, I'm using the NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Router (R7000).
DGBuxton
· April 22, 2014
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Yes, you can connect two separate extenders to the main router, but ideally you would do this if you have two low coverage areas in the home that are separate from each other. You cannot "chain" two extenders together to extend the coverage distance.
NETGEAR Team
· February 24, 2015
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I found out from experience that a mirror directly between your computer and the wifi router will weaken the signal. A metal filing cabinet would do the same, but wooden furniture doesn't hurt it at all.
Eureka Confounding
· July 27, 2016
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Yes the voltage is listed as 100-240v on the back label (in very small print).
Netgear Team
· March 25, 2014
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I put the Netgear N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender away from router, but within range of the router signal. You may need to adjust the range to get the best signal out to the rest of the house. This device works great in my house.
Joel Peebles
· May 17, 2014
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That should work. With this particular range extender you actually create a new network that is seen by the computers in the area serviced by this extender. Technically what happens the range extender connects to the wireless signal from your router. It than sends out a signal, thus extending the range of your router. … see more That should work. With this particular range extender you actually create a new network that is seen by the computers in the area serviced by this extender. Technically what happens the range extender connects to the wireless signal from your router. It than sends out a signal, thus extending the range of your router. When you setup the "new" network you are actually just extending your original network. Hope this is helpful see less That should work. With this particular range extender you actually create a new network that is seen by the computers in the area serviced by this extender. Technically what happens the range extender connects to the wireless signal from your router. It than sends out a signal, thus extending the range of your router. When you setup the "new" network you are actually just extending your original network. Hope this is helpful
Dailyrider
· July 12, 2014
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I have the AC1200 Wifi Range Extender, (Model EX6150). It is worth the money as it seems to have a much more powerful range than my router. With both of them my range is extended significantly. the range easily covers a 3000SF highly insulated home (including all interior floors and walls). The Wifi signal is strong on… see more I have the AC1200 Wifi Range Extender, (Model EX6150). It is worth the money as it seems to have a much more powerful range than my router. With both of them my range is extended significantly. the range easily covers a 3000SF highly insulated home (including all interior floors and walls). The Wifi signal is strong on 3 exterior porches as well. Setup was a breeze and the Wifi signal lights clearly let you know if you are too far from your router to power the extender. see less I have the AC1200 Wifi Range Extender, (Model EX6150). It is worth the money as it seems to have a much more powerful range than my router. With both of them my range is extended significantly. the range easily covers a 3000SF highly insulated home (including all interior floors and walls). The Wifi signal is strong on 3 exterior porches as well. Setup was a breeze and the Wifi signal lights clearly let you know if you are too far from your router to power the extender.
BT
· October 27, 2015