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Promoted 07-24-2016 by johnny_miller at 12:54 AM View Original Post
Newegg has Netis WF2416 Wireless N150 Pocket Traveler Router & Repeater on sale for $14.99 - $9 w/ promo code AFMN0928 = $5.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Our research indicates that the Netis WF2416 Wireless Pocket Traveler Router is $9 lower (60% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $15 ~RevOne

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I can't speak for this specific router, but here is how travel routers in general can work with a hotel.

The travel router creates a new WiFi network. All my devices have been connected to this wifi network in the past, so when I get to a hotel and turn the router on, all my devices immediately connect.

I then log into the router's web page and tell it which upstream wifi to connect to.

I then to go to any web page on any device, which goes through my router and then upstream to the hotel's network and gets caught by the captive portal. I log into the captive portal once, and now all my devices are logged in and have Internet, including devices like Chromecast which otherwise would not be able to click through a captive portal.

Also, many hotels require users to log back into the captive portal every 24 hours, which can be a pain with 4+ devices. With a travel router, I only have to log in on any device every 24 hours and all other devices are then re-logged too.

So, yes, a travel router will solve the problem of using Chromecast, Roku, FireTV, etc in hotels. I've certainly used it many times for Chromecast. I have also used it in places where Internet access is not free (like on planes) to pay only one time and then share that paid Internet access out to all my devices and even my friends.
Yeah, and it should be for at least 3-4x the price of this.
I guess you don't see the value in reading.

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nice to have one handy fro travel.
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Bought 2 thanks op
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was free after rebate, purchased couple still in box not opened
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Awesome little on the road wi-fi router/extender; especially useful for extending internet to all of the families Internet connected devices when on vacation if ur hotel/cabin/rental home comes w/only a wired connecter.
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how hard is it to set this up for extender? i want to use it for my mobile hotspot phone and just want to power it up and will it just extend coverage? thanks
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Quote from davidallen1 View Post :
how hard is it to set this up for extender? i want to use it for my mobile hotspot phone and just want to power it up and will it just extend coverage? thanks

For that, what you want is WISP, which is a feature this has. Read up on the reviews in connection to the WISP feature to see if there are any issues.
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the tplink nano is much better
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the tplink nano is much better
Yeah, and it should be for at least 3-4x the price of this.
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I got TPLink. I ordered this to see which one would be better.
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Yeah, and it should be for at least 3-4x the price of this.
I got a bunch for about $3 each after rebates. they are WR700N and WR702N
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Reviews are not very good
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Doesn't hotel has wifi, why need it for travel?
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