NETGEAR WN1000RP-100UKS Universal WiFi Range Extender (WiFi Booster) £9.99 prime / £13.98 non prime @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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NETGEAR WN1000RP-100UKS Universal WiFi Range Extender (WiFi Booster) £9.99 prime / £13.98 non prime @ Amazon

£9.99 @ Amazon
Nice looking cheap price for this one today. Helps Improves WiFi strength for smartphones, iPads, Kindle, FireTV and furthermore hope you like it. Read More
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
Nice looking cheap price for this one today.

Helps Improves WiFi strength for smartphones, iPads, Kindle, FireTV and furthermore

hope you like it.
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
Heated, very good price for this.

I had one before and while it mostly worked well after a while I would find that the low signal light (red) would keep flashing up after a few days and it needed rebooting (complete power off then back on) to return it to a good signal. It could have been the location I had it but it seems strange that it would always start with a full signal then reduce over time but was good when it worked normally, maybe I just had a bad one and with this being Amazon returns would be a breeze if necessary....
#2
Thanks for this
3 Likes #3
Never seen much point in paying good money to slow my wifi by 50%.
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AndyRoyd
Never seen much point in paying good money to slow my wifi by 50%.
Never seen much point in posts like yours.

Edited By: nanuek on Oct 24, 2016 15:38
#5
Are these, Netgear extenders in general, updatable?

Thanks.
1 Like #6
Can't decide one of these or just getting a decent router to replace the crap one my provider has given me
#7
Can't decide one of these or just getting a decent router to replace the crap one my provider has given me
2 Likes #8
henlowstu
Can't decide one of these or just getting a decent router to replace the crap one my provider has given me


Replace it
2 Likes #9
Frequently purchased together with "urine off" wtf
2 Likes #10
The reviews on the 1st Amazon page all say its rubbish
#11
2.4 GHz not for me
#12
henlowstu
Can't decide one of these or just getting a decent router to replace the crap one my provider has given me


I did that some time back. Worked like a charm until the replacement router packed up after only 18 months!!
#13
Got one of these for our daughter. Yest a bit slow but for a tenner she actually gets a WiFi signal in her room.
#14
Time to mention this again: reuse an old router as a second wireless access point. If you don't have one, £5 off Ebay.
#15
jimunix
Time to mention this again: reuse an old router as a second wireless access point. If you don't have one, £5 off Ebay.


How does that work then?
#16
henlowstu
Can't decide one of these or just getting a decent router to replace the crap one my provider has given me
I have a Virgin SuperHub Version 1 Router.
I had cat5 or cat5e cables:
1:Router to desk top direct LAN cable only; 3m
2:Router to TP-Link 1200 powerline; 2m
3:Router to Zyxel 600 powerline; 2m
4,5:Paired Powerlines to laptops. 2m
I changed the 5 Lan cables to 2m/3m cat6 cables during the recent Maplin cable sale posted here.
The speeds to both desktop and laptops went up from 60 Mbps max to 75 Mbps on the TP-link and max 30Mbps to max 60 Mbps on the Zyxel.
The intermittent connection problems with the Zyxel disappeared.
The most dramatic improvement was changing cales going into the pcs, i.e. Ringmain powerline > laptop.
So I would recommend changing cables to cat6.
#17
pedant99
jimunix
Time to mention this again: reuse an old router as a second wireless access point. If you don't have one, £5 off Ebay.
How does that work then?

I'd be interested in this as well. Seems a cheaper solution.
#18
Be Aware. I recently purchased the next model up on this one and its interface is questionable....

You would expect to log into the device just like a router and be able to set it up accordingly but on the model that I bought, you cannot get onto the device without creating a (local) account that must have an e-mail address and password.

In the later screens there is a small tick box that is ticked by default that sends all the information to Netgear. Obviously you can untick this but it can be easily missed.

Why do they need to know these things? I have no proof that they are sending things like SSID and passwords but its all very questionable if you want to keep your network secure...
#19
henlowstu
Can't decide one of these or just getting a decent router to replace the crap one my provider has given me
Do you always repeat yourself..Do you always repeat yourself
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pedant99
jimunix
Time to mention this again: reuse an old router as a second wireless access point. If you don't have one, £5 off Ebay.


How does that work then?


Procedure for it here:
http://unixetc.co.uk/2014/03/04/reuse-a-spare-bt-home-hub-as-a-wireless-access-point/

I'm the author, sorry for the self advertising.

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