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Amazon has TP-Link N300 WiFi Range Extender (WA855RE) on sale for $14.95 - Extra $3 off coupon found on product page = $11.95. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks frenchy12405

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  • Works w/ any wireless router, gateway or cable modem w/ WiFi. Range extender features two external antennas for improved range w/ smart indicator lights to provide optimal placement - Discombobulated

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Amazon [amazon.com].com has the TP-Link | N300 WiFi Range Extender | Up to 300Mbps | WiFi Extender, Repeater, Wifi Signal Booster, Access Point | Easy Set-Up | External Antennas & Compact Designed Internet Booster (TL-WA855RE) for $11.95 + FS w/ Prime after $3 Coupon.

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  • UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY: Works with any wireless router, gateway, or cable modem with WiFi
  • Smart indicator lights help provide optimal placement. Should be installed between the Router and the desired area
  • Easy to install experience stable connections for any type of applications such as Retail POS, Internet, Gaming, Mobile Phone, Alexa, Echo and more
  • Two external Antennas for improved range versus standard range extenders
  • Gigabit Ethernet port connects wired devices to your network for high speed connection
  • TP Link is the World's #1 provider of consumer Wifi for 7 consecutive years According to IDC Q2 2018 Report
  • If you experience any trouble during or after set up, please contact us. TP Link offers a 2 Year warranty and free 24/7 technical support.
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Bought this last month and it could only pick up 10 mb/s when my connection is consistently at 300 mb/s hard wired and around 175 mb/s wireless. Bad product. I would strongly discourage anyone from buying it.
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No 5ghz right?
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No it's not
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Been eyeing these, for that price in!
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Bought this last month and it could only pick up 10 mb/s when my connection is consistently at 300 mb/s hard wired and around 175 mb/s wireless. Bad product. I would strongly discourage anyone from buying it.
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dd-wrt. Make router to router connection.
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How strong of a signal does this need and how much lag does it add? Will it effect gaming or Netflix?
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WiFi Basics.

802.11ac and 5Ghz

On a side Note, just returned a TP-Link AX6000 Router. What a piece of garbage. Sticking with Netgear from now on.
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not good signal but really cheap.
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If you are looking at this, do yourself a favor and get a google nest wifi. I had a linksys router wired to an asus router, and one of these to get coverage in my house. On a daily basis someone in the house would complain about connection issues.

I got the nest 3 pack and now we have full coverage with no dead spots and 0 complaints. I should have bought it a long time ago. Worth every penny.
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WiFi Basics.

802.11ac and 5Ghz

On a side Note, just returned a TP-Link AX6000 Router. What a piece of garbage. Sticking with Netgear from now on.
I bought a brand new Netgear router from a local distributor for > $100 and when I tried to install it it was DOA. I tried claiming the warranty at the store and they told me it had to be with the manufacturer. Called the manufacturer and they tried to troubleshoot it and they concluded I would need to get another one. I asked about the warranty and they told me the warranty did not apply to US territories, and that was where I bought it, so I basically bought a $100+ pet rock. Never had this happen to me even with the cheapest brands. Not buying any other crap from them.
Sorry it doesn't have to do with the post but I'm so mad about it I had to post it somewhere.
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I bought a brand new Netgear router from a local distributor for > $100 and when I tried to install it it was DOA. I tried claiming the warranty at the store and they told me it had to be with the manufacturer. Called the manufacturer and they tried to troubleshoot it and they concluded I would need to get another one. I asked about the warranty and they told me the warranty did not apply to US territories, and that was where I bought it, so I basically bought a $100+ pet rock. Never had this happen to me even with the cheapest brands. Not buying any other crap from them.
Sorry it doesn't have to do with the post but I'm so mad about it I had to post it somewhere.
I had almost the same issue with Netgear and their "support". My $150 router (NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Router, MU-MIMO, Circle with Disney Smart Parental Controls (R6900P)) died after about 2 months, called in for the warranty, and they said it was set up wrong. I had already called the cable company and done a check with them, done all of the troubleshooting (I'm a computer tech who deals with these so I know what I'm doing) before finally driving over to get my dad's router (the exact model) and bringing it over and setting it up at my house to check and see if it was an issue from the cable side. I spent probably two hours on the phone, lots of chat and emails and they still refused to send me a new one even though the warranty was still active and promised replacement. Oh well. I always bought Netgear in the past, but no more. TPLink has been good to me.

For this price, I might try the extender to see if it helps and if it doesn't, what's $13? Wink I have wanted to get the Nest but it's a bit out of my price range. Thanks OP!
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If you are looking at this, do yourself a favor and get a google nest wifi. I had a linksys router wired to an asus router, and one of these to get coverage in my house. On a daily basis someone in the house would complain about connection issues.

I got the nest 3 pack and now we have full coverage with no dead spots and 0 complaints. I should have bought it a long time ago. Worth every penny.
I have a new router from ATT (Uverse). Would this be instead of the new router? We have issues with connection around the house and have a lot of devices. I've been trying to figure out what to get (I was thinking along the lines of a plug in extender through the electric outlet).
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Just a meh product. Doesn't carry a 5ghz WiFi signal - only 2.4ghz. I extended my signal to my office and am disappointed. You're better off buying a WiFi mesh system for performance but if you're not using a bunch of bandwidth for the extension then this is a great product for the low cost. I just wouldn't use this as an extension to something that's gonna draw a lot of data (streaming tv, office, etc).
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