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NETGEAR Wi-Fi Range Extender EX2700 - Coverage up to 600 sq.ft. and 10 devices with N300 Wireless Signal Booster and Repeater (up to 300Mbps speed) - Like New

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  • EXTENDED WIRELESS COVERAGE: Adds Wi-Fi range coverage up to 600 sq ft, and connects up to 10 devices such as laptops, smartphones, speakers, IP cameras, tablets, IoT devices, and more. Technical Support on 03448 754000
  • N300 WI-FI SPEED: Provides up to 300Mbps performance.
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  • EXTENDED WIRELESS COVERAGE: Adds Wi-Fi range coverage up to 600 sq ft, and connects up to 10 devices such as laptops, smartphones, speakers, IP cameras, tablets, IoT devices, and more. Technical Support on 03448 754000
  • N300 WI-FI SPEED: Provides up to 300Mbps performance.
  • UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY: Works with any wireless router, gateway, or cable modem with Wi-Fi.
  • WIRED ETHERNET PORT: Simply plug in game consoles, streaming players, or other nearby wired devices using the one 10/100M port for maximum speed.
  • SAFE & SECURE: Supports WEP and WPA/WPA2 wireless security protocols.
  • SIMPLE TO SETUP: Press the WPS button to connect to your router. Use the NETGEAR Wi-Fi Analyzer app for optimal location.
  • System Requirements : Microsoft, Internet Explorer 5.0, Firefox 2.0 or Safari 1.4 or Google Chrome 11.0 browsers or higher
  • Data throughput, signal range, and wireless coverage per sq. ft. are not guaranteed and may vary due to differences in operating environments of wireless networks, including without limitation building materials and wireless interference. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 39 reviews
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      Once set up challenges are overcome, works well.

      Works well. My router is weak, from the max 3mb down to 1.5mb just by being in the next room. This product gives me 3mb in any room and also in the garage outside.It was a pain to set up as there are 2 options in the instructions and the first and simplest (WPS) does not work on my Technicolour router and looking at the technical support pages, several people found the same. But use the set up assistant option on page 10 and it's fine. Tech support was OK but the instructions don't tell you that it is best to use the second method of connecting any router. Tech support told me that after a few exchanges of messages.The problem above is... All goes well installing using the WPS button but when you go to connect a device it asks for the router key. You enter the key but it tells you that the password is incorrect. This happens on any device you try. If this happens to you, stick a paperclip end into the "restore factory settings" hole with the unit on. Then turn off and let it re-boot. Then follow page 10.The unit is small and actually looks pretty good too. Great value so far for me. Lots of little green lights. I would recommend this product, just use the assistant method on page 10 to set up even if you think you can set up the easy way.

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      Worked well for 6 weeks. Now, nothing.

      When first installed this extender worked very well, for about 6 weeks. Now it doesn't work at all. All the lights etc light up as they should, you can find its _EXT network, but when you try to connect to it, it fails. My phone tells me it 'can't find the IP address' for it. But the IP address is present in the router settings. I've tried connecting by both the WPS and the Wizard and changing its name and password from the routers. Nothing.

      UPDATE: After hours of trial and error.
      The problem - the Virgin 3 Hub router retained the EX2700 old IP address in its register of devices which blocked it when trying to reconnect.
      Solution: Factory reset the EX2700 whilst on an plugged in. After the light turns to red, switch off and unplug. then enter your routers settings page by entering the routers IP address into the address line of your browser, check that the old EX 2700 is still registered. Then reboot your router vis the Reboot button on the settings page. When it's rebooted the pld entry will have been deleted and you can proceed with reconnection as per manual.

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      v.
      Great WiFi Extender

      We've been having problems getting our Virgin 'Super Fast' Broadband signal from the living room to the kitchen despite the poor Virgin Connect App stating that the signal was 'Great' in the kitchen. I took the matter up with Virgin who, after much troublesome use of their online 'help' offered their own WiFi extender for an extra £3 per month plus £5 upfront (ripoff! - they get enough each month!)

      Saw this WiFi extender on BargainFox and thought I would give it a go, installed using computer as it was really simple to do, even for me and I'm 48! Changed the WiFi source on the Now TV box and Firestick in the kitchen to this WiFi extender and the signal is a lot stronger and thus more stable. Simples!

      Very happy with the purchase, save yourself a lot of headache if you are a Virgin customer and buy this instead.

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      Worked well using WPS setup - you can follow the instuctions in the supplied booklet

      Was a bit concerned as there seems to be a few horror stories on setup. I have a WPS button on my (BT Homehub 3) router and so opted to try that method.

      - Note that the supplied instructions for WPS setup in the booklet are good.

      - Plug in the extender relatively near to your hub/router. Power button is amber at first and then turns green. Don't be tempted to plug it in where you have the reception problem!

      - Press the WPS button on the extender. The WPS LED on the extender will flash green

      - Then press the WPS button on the router. The wireless LED on the router then flashes orange (this will be router specific but valid for the BT hub in question)

      - First time nothing much else happened. After about 2 mins nothing had connected and everything had reverted back to the way it was).

      - Repeated the exercise and this time the wireless LED on the router illuminated blue (as it should be in normal use). On the extender the WPS LED was now solid green and the router LED was now illuminated (solid green).

      - You can now unplug the extender and move it. Placement obviously depends on your circumstances (and whether you are using multiple extenders) but for one extender then find a socket about half way between your router and the dead zone

      - Now this is where it is easy to think job done. I assumed the extender would simply extend the use the same SSID as the hub and authenticate automatically any device that had accessed the hub's wifi. But on each wireless device you want to connect, you have to manually select the SSID of the extender. It will be the name of your hub with _EXT appended to the name. If you forget this step then your devices will simply be trying to connect to the hub as before and so you have achieved nothing! Note this is explained in the instruction booklet. No excuses!

      - Enter your normal hub/router password and the device joins the new network

      - Remember that the extender and the hub/router wireless operate as two separate WiFi networks and so your device will not see it as one network and connect to whichever has the stronger signal as you move around. In fact for me my extender is very central and so now generally works from anywhere

      - If I am connected to the hub's wifi network and then move to the dead zone then I will see my device temporarily lose wifi and then connect to the extender's wifi (so for example on a mobile phone then the wifi symbol reverts to 3G/4G and then about 20 seconds later will pick up the extender

      - You can check signal strength (to test for optimal placement) both on your device (e.g. signal strength bars) and at the extender where there is a device LED that should glow green (or amber). If red then move the extender. I guess optimally you want it green

      - The extender does take about a minute to restart and reconnect if you unplug it and move it and so if you are experimenting with placement then be patient for it to complete its restart and reconnect

      - 5 stars? - well I have only been using it for an hour! We will see

      - Not sure what happens if you have multiple of these. Do they each get a new SSID? e.g _EXT, _EXT_1 etc. I presume that Netgear has thought of this!

      UPDATE: has been working well for 18 months. Had to set it up on a different router (this time Virgin Media V6 Hub). So first step is to reset the extender by inserting a paper clip into small hole in underside). Took me a couple of goes to force it to reset but you can check it is reset as the SSID reverts to “NETGEAR_EXT”. Then repeat the WPS setup. For me this did not work but then I realised the repeater works with 2.4Ghz only and my router was 5Ghz. So I would either have to turn on 2.4Ghz on the router or use manual setup which does let you repeat any 2.4Ghz WiFi it can see rather than just the one coming from the router. For some reason the manual setup process requires you create an account. No idea why. And each time you do a reset you have to create a new account. The manual process seemed prone to have to repeat some steps but stick with it and it will ask for your SSID passcode. Then the extender appears as before with the name of “your chosen SSID_EXT”.

      OK so not perfect but worthy of 5 stars as excellent fix to WiFi black spots for little money.

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      Be prepared to try the set up via multiple devices

      Update - I finally solved the installation problem by going via Chrome on an iPad - here, it didn't totally follow the path laid out in the instructions, but it did allow me to finish the set up, after which it has worked ok - extending the wifi quite satisfactorily to a garden workshop that's on the edge of house wifi range.

      Bottom line - don't buy unless you have access to multiple platforms on which to attempt the set up and are willing to potentially have to invest quite a bit of time in trial and error faffing

      So far, not good. WPS installation isn't an option for me and the Netgear "Installation Assistant" simply doesn't work. Using Chrome (on a Mac - version above the minimum required) as the web browser, following the instructions in the booklet works up to stage 5 but then will not go past the login stage. The password/login help option is useless here, just goes in a loop of futility. Using Safari, I got a minor step further one one occasion (yes, Netgear forces you to meet the definition of stupidity - trying the same thing over and over in the hope you'll get a different outcome) in that the "Next" button appeared and I got to enter my Wifi password, but set up then failed.

      Basically, I suspect this is a hideously out-of-date bit of kit which no longer works with current software.

      I'll have another go this evening, but most likely, this will be going back to BargainFox.

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      S.
      Useless

      This thing for me was totally not worth it, somehow this thing gave off a worse signal and slower speed than my Sky hub does. No matter where I placed it, any device I connected to it was actually worse off than just connecting to my hub.This for me was a waste of money and is now just dumped in the cupboard.

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      TO PUT IT BLUNTLY, DONT BUY

      This is my honest review of the netgear wifi booster,
      Easy enough to connect to my virgin media hub, however it only makes my connection worse!
      The first picture is my download speed, I was getting on my mobile phone, using the highly accurate speed test app. Pretty good right?
      Then I used the Netgear booster and took a reading in the same spot using the same speed test app, the results as depicted in the second photo show true evidence that this product does not match or enhance your internet speed.
      So far, waste of money, I've tried in different rooms of the house resulting in equally terrible upload speed, I've moved the netgear around the house to see any improvement, sadly.....NONE!
      The app doesn't show much and doesnt really give you any options to change anything, the installation was pretty bad using both the WPS on the netgear and WPS on my brand new virgin box, they couldn't pair!
      Has potential but doesnt deliver.
      Edit: BargainFox customer service helped me with this matter and I'm sending this back for a full refund.

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      Distributes a More Usable Wireless Signal to Parts of the House that are Further from the Hub

      This is a review of the AC750 booster despite what it is labelled above. I also have the N300 booster so there is some comparison. This plugs in and detects your current wireless signal and boosts it. It has an ethernet socket at the side that you could plug a laptop, Xbox, Sky box (all work), etc into but obviously also transmits a boosted wireless signal.We have 220mb/s/Virgin hub (220mb/s download and 12mb/s upload at hub via ethernet cable to desktop) that works well and is quite powerful but even with this, 2 or 3 walls, a ceiling and about 10m is enough to give stuttering streaming in HD. In my bedroom I would register up to 60mb/s with the Virgin hub but the signal strength was marginal. With the Netgear I get around 25mb/s down and 12mb/s up but the signal strength is high. Despite the fall off in measured rate, things seem to work more smoothly. I am disappointed that I do not get higher speeds though.2G and 5G signals are provided but 5G does not seem to work at all well and keeps losing signal, despite being close, unusable actually. 5G is the faster network frequency so this probably explains the speed issue I have. I am thinking the cheaper version with only 2G, which I also have in another room is probably better as it is cheaper and gives the same outcome.To connect to the booster, devices have to re-scan for a wireless signal and be re-connected with the broadband boosted signal that is automatically labelled as your current network name but with 'EXT' after it, the label also has '2G' and '5G' and you can connect to either. You need to select that network and re-input the same password that you use for your unboosted wireless signal.Set up by WPS is not possible because you are forced to use the manual method which requires you to set up a Netgear account. Not insurmountable but I think 90% of people would try the WPS approach first, waiting in vain for 5 or 10 minutes for various flashing lights to go solid, etc and actually they are wasting their time.It could not boost the very weak signal at the shed at the bottom of my garden some 2 walls and 30m away from the hub but the signal is barely detectable there in the first place and obviously boosting nothing is not possible.I may return in view of the limited speed issue.

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      N.
      Cheapest and best so far...

      Sitting in a large-is 1930s solidly built house, the BT HomeHub 6 has struggled to deal with - well who knows? Concrete walls, cavity walls, ceilings, competing signals from all smart devices, Sonos, Alexa - and so have tried a bundle of different solutions. Including the BT "discs' solution - various dual band extenders and various other suggestions.This one cost £15 and is the only one so far to bring the 70GB signal into the house upstairs to enable wifi printers and basic phone/tablet needs. Who knows how long it will last. But so far so good. START with this one...price is no guarantee of anything in this field is my experience.ps you'll see it is plugged in upstairs into a multi socket under a desk and surrounded by "stuff" but it worked first time!

      N
      N.
      Reliable, easy to set up booster for your wireless network

      Simple to install. The most important thing to note is that it generates a secondary hot spot for you devices to connect to that need it. Using the WPS function to link it to your main router will save hours of heartache logging into set up pages and the like. In summary. Easy set up. Good 'range' and having had this for some time now it has proved faultless in operation. Will even reconnect if you have to re-power your router for any reason.

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