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Can I have two of theses plugged in at the same time to extend the range?
jeff
· December 10, 2019
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You don’t - I have no idea if devices are connecting to router or one of the extenders. But, doesn’t matter - just know I get good signal strength and good speed no matter where I roam around the house. Probably switches to a different unit as I get closer to one of the them but I don’t notice anything
Robert H.
· April 13, 2019
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It might, for a little while anyway.
Henry
· September 13, 2019
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I am an electrician.

Most modern electronics will work on 120 or 220vac, whether 60 or 50 hz. The power supplies are amazing and just convert it to the proper DC output.

Daniel Hoffman
· November 17, 2018
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This extender uses a 5.0GHz back-haul link to the router to provide the end user with both 2.4Ghz and 5 Ghz service. Using the WPS buttons (router & extender) did not work well for me. I recommend using the Netgear Installation Assistant. This is a very power extender. I hope this helps :
Kingfish
· August 11, 2019
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I think it will. It seems to work with almost all routers. I have a nighthawk router and it works flawlessly.
Joel G. Hancock
· April 1, 2018
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I wouldn’t do it unless you have an adapter to convert 220 to 120v. You might blow it.
David
· July 28, 2018
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I didn't get this model. Return to mind because of zero customer support. If it came with a manual I would read the manual.
rocknrobin
· July 1, 2019
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Yes, I am able to send out both signals, select whether to use 5G or 2.4 on selected device, or have it to auto-select best signal per device from my router.
lbn1124
Seller · September 12, 2019
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Yes. Quote from the manufacturer description :
"Stable and seamless WiFi as you move around the home
Freely roam around your home with uninterrupted streaming and downloading. Nighthawk Mesh Extenders will seamlessly pass your WiFi connection between the router and other Nighthawk Mesh Extenders on your network."

viper
· June 25, 2018