Questions & Answers
- Questionhow do you connect this? do you just plug it into an electrical socket or do you have to connect it via ethernet to something, or something else? (5 Answers)
- QuestionDoes this really boost up the ps4gaming system.? (4 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWill this extender work with a D-Link DIR-655 router & Motorola SB6120 modem? I have Comcast/Xfinity wifi service (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionI have a night Hawk x6 R8000 router on the main floor of the house. Our family room is in the basement an the wifi signal down there is very weak. Would this work with the router I have an boost the signal in our basement. (4 Answers)Answers
- QuestionI know I saw the question regarding if this is compatible with Xfinity/Comcast ARRIS Group, Inc. tg1682g Modem. Question I have is, does it provide excellent wifi strength to my upstairs going through ceiling and multiple walls? What's your experience (5 Answers)Answers
Well it depends upon where everything is. You should position this device "midway" between where your router is and the current dead zone. Then it can connect to your existing wifi and extend it into the area that doesn't have good coverage. I can see and connect to it thru a couple of walls and a floor. Regular US frame construction although one wall is a 2x6 wall instead of a 2x4 wall.
- QuestionIs this compatible with Xfinity Comcast triple play using modem Xfinity Arris TG1682G? (5 Answers)
- QuestionUsing the AC2200 as an Access Point can I connect to a U-verse Wireless Receiver? I'm thinking of swapping out my Cisco VEN501 Access Point for more signal strength. (1 Answer)Answers
I'm not sure. This NETGEAR EXTENDER will take an existing WiFi signal and make it go farther than without it. For example, I used this to get my Spectrum Modem/Router, which is up on the third floor, extend the WiFi signal to the first floor and outside so I could get my Ring Doorbell to work. Without it the Spectrum Router only had a weak WiFi signal on the bottom floor (and practically none outside) so the doorbell didn't work. I plugged the NETGEAR into the second floor living room outlet and it works great. The signal reaches inside and outside and with full strength and I was able to do the setup etc., with Ring. The NETGEAR WiFi Extender connects to your existing WiFi and then it will issue its own signal and assigning it the same name with *_EXT (after the name so you know it's the Extender that you're connected to). When you first set it up you do that in the same room where the modem/router is and then you move the NETGEAR to the area that's in-between the strong and weak WiFi signal. If your U-Verse Receiver is also the modem/router for that's sending out your WiFi signal then it should work.
- QuestionI have an Xfinity AR TG862G connected directly to iMac's ethernet ports in basement. I have an Apple TV Device upstairs, opposite end of house connected to old Netgear extender WN2000RPT and then to a Samsung TV, will Nighthawk improve connection speed? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionIs the Netgear AC2200 WiFi range extender compatible with the Arris NVG599 modem/router used with AT&T broadband and pay tv services? (2 Answers)
- QuestionWill this work thru concrete walls (5 Answers)Answers
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