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I couldn't get it to work at first either. Make sure you plug it in the same room as your router the 1st time. Then download wifi manager app from Google to your phone or I pad, then follow the instructions in the book for set up and it should work great. Then you can unplug and move to where you need it and it comes r… see more I couldn't get it to work at first either. Make sure you plug it in the same room as your router the 1st time. Then download wifi manager app from Google to your phone or I pad, then follow the instructions in the book for set up and it should work great. Then you can unplug and move to where you need it and it comes right back up running. see less I couldn't get it to work at first either. Make sure you plug it in the same room as your router the 1st time. Then download wifi manager app from Google to your phone or I pad, then follow the instructions in the book for set up and it should work great. Then you can unplug and move to where you need it and it comes right back up running.
BAXTER
· February 23, 2016
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https://kb.netgear.com/24942/How-to-set-up-my-Wireless-Extender-to-use-the-same-SSID-as-my-router
Dan Blake
· May 5, 2018
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If you have an Internet installation (cable or Dish) in one apartment that is connected to a wi-fi router, you would be able to set up and pair the extender in the apartment with the wi-fi router, then plug the extender in an outlet in the other apartment. The extender network is protected with a password so only those… see more If you have an Internet installation (cable or Dish) in one apartment that is connected to a wi-fi router, you would be able to set up and pair the extender in the apartment with the wi-fi router, then plug the extender in an outlet in the other apartment. The extender network is protected with a password so only those who know the PW coils access your network connection. see less If you have an Internet installation (cable or Dish) in one apartment that is connected to a wi-fi router, you would be able to set up and pair the extender in the apartment with the wi-fi router, then plug the extender in an outlet in the other apartment. The extender network is protected with a password so only those who know the PW coils access your network connection.
Greg L. Carter
· August 17, 2015
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Yes, you can use a PS4, XBOX One, or other console with this extender! The performance will depend quite a bit on several factors, such as your main router, distances covered, and so on.
NETGEAR Team
· May 27, 2016
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not sure, doubtful as it looks for your home secured WIFI and replicates that.
Edward R. Kelly
· October 27, 2017
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YES! IT DOES! Don't listen to other answers that say no. You will need to go into your browser for Netgear and adjust settings to use the same log into your hotel's log in browser. You will get 100% strength signal from Netgear but only up to speed of hotels wifi router. Open wifi sites usually require you log into th… see more YES! IT DOES! Don't listen to other answers that say no. You will need to go into your browser for Netgear and adjust settings to use the same log into your hotel's log in browser. You will get 100% strength signal from Netgear but only up to speed of hotels wifi router. Open wifi sites usually require you log into their browser or http://1.1.1.1 or http://hilton.com etc. Best part is you can setup security on Netgear to stop anyone sniffing hotel network wifi users. Read the instructions, Google it or YouTube it see less YES! IT DOES! Don't listen to other answers that say no. You will need to go into your browser for Netgear and adjust settings to use the same log into your hotel's log in browser. You will get 100% strength signal from Netgear but only up to speed of hotels wifi router. Open wifi sites usually require you log into their browser or http://1.1.1.1 or http://hilton.com etc. Best part is you can setup security on Netgear to stop anyone sniffing hotel network wifi users. Read the instructions, Google it or YouTube it
Dominic D'Maestro
· April 15, 2017
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It is compatible with most of the wi-fi modem/routers. Not sure if TimeWarner standard box is wi-fi or not. If you have wi-fi at your place you should be good to go.
AVAA Global LLC
Seller · January 22, 2016
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I'm not sure. I have wi-fi through a cable modem/router and it definitely helps with that. When I would try to stream through my Roku, it would buffer in our back bedroom, but not anymore.
Deborah Piens
· December 14, 2015
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The back of the unit indicates input voltage of 100-250V.
Greg L. Carter
· September 15, 2015
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Yup. I tried that.
Cabban94
Seller · November 17, 2017