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TP-Link AC1200 RE350K WiFi Range Extender EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video.com has TP-Link AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (RE350K) on sale for $26.99. Shipping is free. Thanks thawynd

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  • TP-Link AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (RE350K)
  • RJ45 Ethernet Cable
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Features a dual-band 2.4GHz & 5GHz frequencies w/ 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port. Offer valid only for February 6, 2018 or while supplies last. - Discombobulated

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Specs:
US Plug Type
802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Network Standards
Dual-Band 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz Frequencies
1 x Gigabit Ethernet Port
2 x Internal Antennas
Up to 1167 Mbps Data Throughput
WEP/WPA/WPA2 Encryption
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Excellent price.
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Every extender i ever bought was just so underwhelming.Does anyone have experience with this one?
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Every extender i ever bought was just so underwhelming.Does anyone have experience with this one?
I agree. I have used other brands before and they don't work that good. I think mesh system is the way to go.
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Dang, no Access Point mode.
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Ubiquiti access points are the way to go. I have a TP-Link RE305 Range Extender that I used prior to the Ubiquiti AP I just bought and it was OK. I used it in access point mode instead of as an extender. Worked fine and provided coverage to my entire rancher. Can't recall stability being an issue. Decided to jump into Ubiquiti products since I like the additional enterprise grade management options they provide, which isn't for everyone.
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I don't quite understand the difference in options (extender, repeater, access point, etc)

I have WiFi setup in an upstairs bedroom (nighthawk r7000)... I also have wired network through out most of my bedrooms.

I want to resolve wifi dead spots, specifically on the first floor/basement areas.

Will this work for me? I know certain setups essentially half your network speed which I don't want. I basically want this to be the same exact network at the same speed I get on the second floor. Is that possible?
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Is this thing also an air freshener?
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I don't quite understand the difference in options (extender, repeater, access point, etc)

I have WiFi setup in an upstairs bedroom (nighthawk r7000)... I also have wired network through out most of my bedrooms.

I want to resolve wifi dead spots, specifically on the first floor/basement areas.

Will this work for me? I know certain setups essentially half your network speed which I don't want. I basically want this to be the same exact network at the same speed I get on the second floor. Is that possible?
Router = Main device that has wired ethernet and broadcasts wifi signal; assigns IP addresses to all devices on network
Repeater = grabs existing wifi signal, amplifies, & rebroadcasts it
Access Point = needs wired ethernet, then it broadcasts wifi using a new SSID (but you can rename it to match your main router); AP must link to the main router​

Extender sounds like could be repeater or AP...not sure on that one.

You need extra Acess Points; which means just buy another router and set it up to run in AP mode.
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Will not work for my needs, since I want to get one that extends my exact SSID and they're about $179 or more from Netgear. Nice if you don't mind having more SSID's to click / join, but not what I wanted. Good price if you don't mind having two 2.4 and two 5.0 network names to pick from. Just too much clutter.
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Will not work for my needs, since I want to get one that extends my exact SSID and they're about $179 or more from Netgear. Nice if you don't mind having more SSID's to click / join, but not what I wanted. Good price if you don't mind having two 2.4 and two 5.0 network names to pick from. Just too much clutter.
I have a linksys re6400 (which came in the bundle with a router and cable modem on clearance at walmart for like $30) and it uses the same SSID as my router. The RE6700 is the same thing and under $50.
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Is this a lot better than a panel attenna, like an Alfa?
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Router = Main device that has wired ethernet and broadcasts wifi signal; assigns IP addresses to all devices on network
Repeater = grabs existing wifi signal, amplifies, & rebroadcasts it
Access Point = needs wired ethernet, then it broadcasts wifi using a new SSID (but you can rename it to match your main router); AP must link to the main router​

Extender sounds like could be repeater or AP...not sure on that one.

You need extra Acess Points; which means just buy another router and set it up to run in AP mode.
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Once plugged in, the RE350K extends an existing wireless network at a distance of up to 10,000 square feet. For Ethernet enabled devices TP-Link has built a Gigabit Ethernet port right into the side of this range extender providing a wired network connection to devices like game consoles, smart TVs, computers, and more.
Sounds like a repeater
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I don't quite understand the difference in options (extender, repeater, access point, etc)

I have WiFi setup in an upstairs bedroom (nighthawk r7000)... I also have wired network through out most of my bedrooms.

I want to resolve wifi dead spots, specifically on the first floor/basement areas.

Will this work for me? I know certain setups essentially half your network speed which I don't want. I basically want this to be the same exact network at the same speed I get on the second floor. Is that possible?
i have x6 and no issues at all with signal
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