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NETGEAR Nighthawk 11AC 1900 Mbps Dual Band 2.4 and 5 GHz 1900 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with 5 Gigabit Ports and 3 External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) - was £117.99 now £77.99@ Amazon
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Extreme dual band Wi-Fi speed-up to 1900 Mbps Dual core 1 GHz processor enables max Wi-Fi performance High-power design for maximum WiFi coverage Three external antennas for max… Read more
speedygonzalez15 h, 48 m ago

What is posted is not a router, not sure how applicable are the …What is posted is not a router, not sure how applicable are the instructions for routers can be...The manual is athttp://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/EX7000/EX7000_UM_21dec2014.pdfIt doesn't look like it can act as a VPN client to me.


Apologies, I thought this was the Nighthawk R7000 WiFi Cable & Fibre Router.

It is indeed the EX7000 extender model. Sorry for my confusion folks - do not order this to replace your existing fibre/cable router. It is simply a WiFi extender for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz, albeit a very good extender.
This is only a wifi extender, if you want to use (for example) a virginmedia superhub in modem mode you need a router. This wifi extender can be used in addition to a superhub to provide a better wireless network, but not instead of.
Edited by: "nwatson6" 15th Feb
Just ordered to be used with Virgin SH 3.
How does this differ from a normal cable router I'm confused?? What can't this do that say the r7000 nighthawk can do?
Can I use this instead of Plusnet Fibre router ???

The standard router has very bad range
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NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN21200-100NES with free seagate 2tb hdd - £242.98 @ Ebuyer
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NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN21200-100NES with free Seagate BarraCuda 2TB 3.5" Hard Drive ST2000DM006 worth £54.98
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I've still got the original ReadyNAS Duo V1 I bought back in 2008/9 (think I paid £180 which included a 500GB disc) - just had to replace one the 2TB disks. Also have a NV+ V2 I bought secondhand on ebay.

Generally decent products but the problem with Netgear stuff is they stop supporting them to try and force you to buy the newer products!
Edited by: "Van1973" 7th Feb
I remember when these were under £100 without a drive
You could get a HP microserver for less with cashback
But this cheaper than everywhere else so HOT!!
NETGEAR AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (R6800-100UKS) - £79.99 @ Amazon
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Back About this item Features Highly fast Wi-Fi - up to 600+1300 MbpsSimultaneous dual band Wi-Fi - 2.4 and 5 GHz with beamforming+ - faster, more reliable connectionsUSB 3.0 po… Read more
Would this replace an EE Brightbox, and can this have DD-WRT custom firmware installed on it?
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mogsog4 h, 48 m ago

Unlikely, in most scenarios the wireless coverage provided by >1 ap would …Unlikely, in most scenarios the wireless coverage provided by >1 ap would surpass that of a single router.


That would depend on the quality of the router and the quality of the AP. I have the R7000 which is a better model and actually purchased cheaper than the one posted. I live in a 4 bed house and my speed drops from 75 Mbps supply to only 56 Mbps to the farthest point away from the router which is one of the back bedrooms. No need for AP's in my house as the router is well capable of supplying a decent,t internet speed to all rooms in the house.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 6th Feb
Wasn't this one £49.99 a bit ago? Was also that price @ Currys
Netgear Wifi Extender with socket - Amazon Prime £34.99
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Been after a model with a socket for a while, this has normally been £40-50, but now dropped to £35
yep tplink ones had gigabit ethernet , netgear just 10/100. also been this price for about a month, but quite good wiht integrated plug socket
I bought homeplugs tp link gigabit with Wi-fi which copies Wi-fi settimgafrom the router is this the same as a Wi-fi extender
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NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps Dual Band Gigabit 802.11ac (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas and Extra Power Outlet (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX6130-100UKS)
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First post! Amazon is at least £10 cheaper than the next lowest that I can find. It was this same price early December 2017 and then back upto near £50. Comes with the added benef… Read more
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Now even cheaper if you order over £50 and factor in the £10 off £50+ offer currently on Amazon!
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dealmeup1 h, 29 m ago

Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if …Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if you’re using this via WiFi.


Doesn't reduce signal and has nothing to do with your broadband speed

Works pretty well compared to others I've tried. If you're using it to extend WiFi into hard to reach areas, as most probably are, there is no particularly noticeable benefit in having a gigabit port as speed will be limited anyway
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brookheather13 m ago

Amazon page has contradictory information on the Ethernet port - is it …Amazon page has contradictory information on the Ethernet port - is it Gigabit or 100Mbps? The page says both:Gigabit Ethernet port – connect a wired device like Blu-ray player, game console or smart TV to your Wi-Fi network1-port Fast Ethernet (this is 100Mbps)


Netgear state it's just 10/100.
For my needs, it's superfluous to requirements. The extender would be sited on my landing or in the hallway. That said, if I needed it, i'd probably be looking for something that would give gigabit speed.
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buddn0714 m ago

Better off with something like this...TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT 2-Port Power …Better off with something like this...TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT 2-Port Power Line Starter Kit, Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot, Data Transfer Speed Up to 600 Mbps, No Configuration Required, UK Plug https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LXOZ4EN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_9MjAAbY7N680NI get full speed WiFi in my garage, and it has 2 ethernet out.


I did see that one, and was tempted - but it's a tenner more. I haven't bought anything yet - still in two minds which route to go, but this is still a great price and am sure it would give me a near perfect setup.
dealmeup36 m ago

Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if …Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if you’re using this via WiFi.



The two radios can extend both bands simultaneously or be configured in what NETGEAR calls "FastLane", which uses one radio as a "backhaul" to the router or AP being extended while the other is used to connect clients. This avoids the 50% retransmission throughput penalty imposed by the basic wireless extension process.
NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S - AC2600 4 x 4 MU-MIMO Smart WiFi Dual Band Gigabit Gaming Router, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa Back to £129.99 @ Amazon
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Back on offer at £129.99 - the lowest it has ever been. Has great reviews. I have finally bought this after thinking about it for a few months - just having too many problems wi… Read more
indyjukebox7 h, 28 m ago

Got one after a lot of thought. Nearly 40 hours on mine now. Absolutely …Got one after a lot of thought. Nearly 40 hours on mine now. Absolutely superb range and speeds. Love it. Thanks OP. Also like the fact that I can switch off the front LEDs so it doesnt look like a firework show. Around 20 wifi devices on mine at present. That will go up. But so far no issues with latency or disconnections.Not sure what some other posters are doing to destroy 2 of these in a couple of days?


By some you mean me. And by destroy you mean bricked. The answer to that is nothing.
Got one after a lot of thought. Nearly 40 hours on mine now. Absolutely superb range and speeds. Love it. Thanks OP. Also like the fact that I can switch off the front LEDs so it doesnt look like a firework show. Around 20 wifi devices on mine at present. That will go up. But so far no issues with latency or disconnections.

Not sure what some other posters are doing to destroy 2 of these in a couple of days?
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Mine must have been on 30 hours now - think I'll leave it a week to see if I get a similar problem before flashing it!
Van197319 m ago

Did you do anything 'special' that provoked the bricking? Change any …Did you do anything 'special' that provoked the bricking? Change any parameters/settings etc?Mine is still up and working. Have been playing with it - setting up static ip address ranges, assigning ips, setting access controls - just to give it some workload! (Everything I've done will be wasted when I flash it). Have 40 devices on it at the moment (36 wifi) and going to switch a few more on later to load it up. No problems for now!


Literally nothing. Set up, updated firmware. Connected devices and then ran for a few hours. Next thing I know all the lights are flashing and it bricked. No clue. Here’s hoping the AC86U doesn’t have issues.
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marksawbo28 m ago

So my second one bricked... Was working fine then just went again. I’ve g …So my second one bricked... Was working fine then just went again. I’ve gone for the ASUS AT-AC86U now and managed to get it for £135 which some amazon complaint credit.Regarding your Ethernet ports. I also notice that on mine when they worked. I switched to cat 6 cables and seemed to get better but can’t be certain.


Did you do anything 'special' that provoked the bricking? Change any parameters/settings etc?

Mine is still up and working. Have been playing with it - setting up static ip address ranges, assigning ips, setting access controls - just to give it some workload! (Everything I've done will be wasted when I flash it). Have 40 devices on it at the moment (36 wifi) and going to switch a few more on later to load it up. No problems for now!
Netgear Orbi RBK40 - now £199 at Amazon, normally around £249.99
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Cheapest this has been on Amazon. Was £249.99 yesterday and £254 at Currys.
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magicmikethegrea18th Jan

RBK30 doesn't have ethernet backhaul as the satellite unit doesn't have …RBK30 doesn't have ethernet backhaul as the satellite unit doesn't have any ethernet ports. I was explaining that it is a valid reason to go for RBK40 instead


Oh yeah I didn't see you were talking about that one. Fair enough.
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tjc200517th Jan

It does now support Ethernet Backhaul …It does now support Ethernet Backhaul kb.netgear.com/000051205/What-is-Ethernet-backhaul-and-how-do-I-set-it-up-on-my-Orbi-WiFi-SystemThat's the reason I didn't buy it before but now it has been enabled I might buy it.



RBK30 doesn't have ethernet backhaul as the satellite unit doesn't have any ethernet ports. I was explaining that it is a valid reason to go for RBK40 instead
Ordered, but the 'like new' used one for £192.
magicmikethegrea16th Jan

One of the main reasons I can see is that the RBK30 doesn't have any …One of the main reasons I can see is that the RBK30 doesn't have any ethernet ports to connect any nearby devices that need a network port. Also cannot be connected with Ethernet backhaul if you are lucky enough to already have an ethernet cabled property. If you don't need these features then the RBK30 should be adequate - I was considering that one myself.I already have the BT Whole Home Wifi and it's working fairly well, bit quirky after the latest update but still reliable - uptime currently standing at over 10 days on all three disks which.Looking at the Orbi reviews, not everyone seems to have a reliable wifi network using them which concerns me a bit.I'm not so impressed with the BT Whole home parental controls which are non existent other than setting wifi schedules for certain devices and the ability to block specific devices.


It does now support Ethernet Backhaul

kb.netgear.com/000051205/What-is-Ethernet-backhaul-and-how-do-I-set-it-up-on-my-Orbi-WiFi-System

That's the reason I didn't buy it before but now it has been enabled I might buy it.
Edited by: "tjc2005" 17th Jan
SD44916th Jan

Is there any point buying this over the RBK30 if your home is say 100sq …Is there any point buying this over the RBK30 if your home is say 100sq ft?Also any comments on how this compares to BT Whole Home Wifi, Linksys Velop or Google Wifi?Currently got Sky Q Hub and I keep having to turn wifi on and off on my mobile devices when moving around the home even when Im showing full signal.


Mine home is relatively small - the master socket is at the front of the house and the signal at the back goes bad because there are very thick walls in between... I tried many expensive routers through the years and Orbi is the one that fixed it all for me with great solid performance... try it and see how it works in your environment really - installation can be a bit tricky while you set things up but once you find a good location the thing rocks!
NETGEAR 11AC EX6120 1200 Mbps Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender £29.99 @ Amazon
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Just bought this as Amazon have dropped the price to 29.99, same price as the 750Mbps one but obviously this is 1200Mbps. Hopefully this helps someone with their wifi connectivity … Read more
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cullies20 h, 48 m ago

powerplugs are much better, dont waste ur money on this


Received this yesterday and it works like a charm. The power-line adaptors are good but this is the best thing that has worked for me
powerplugs are much better, dont waste ur money on this
Edited by: "cullies" 10th Jan
I have BT fibre will this work with that and improve spots I don’t have perfect signal of shall I go with powerlines?
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BattleBeast13 h, 8 m ago

I run 2....my main router is Netgear ##....1st extender is …I run 2....my main router is Netgear ##....1st extender is Netgear##(ext)...2nd extender Netgear(ext)2...same pass key for all.No issues with this set up...just pick the strongest signal from the device,although most times this is done automatically.


Yeah mine are currently the same, and was set up next to the router before moving. My phone (s8) doesn't leave the network unless told and my partners (s7) swaps but only when put directly next to the router regardless if the signal strength is stronger whilst up stairs. We're with sky and didn't have any issues before in old house but we've just moved in so maybe this isn't our easy quick fix
Samz17 m ago

Thanks, I've just downloaded there Wi-Fi Analytics App and had another …Thanks, I've just downloaded there Wi-Fi Analytics App and had another play and really not chuffed. In the kitchen socket next to the door and I'm 15ft away and its saying move my device closer. So moved it into the front room soild green for device and now red for router even tho I'm connected to it my self


When you first set up be right beside your router..one thing I must say is i know a few people on Talk Talk and possibly some other network providers couldn't get them to work...I'm EE through bt line.
NETGEAR JGS524PE 24-Port Gigabit Rackmount PoE Smart Managed Plus Switch £215.44 @ Amazon
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Seems like a good deal for a 24port POE gigabit managed switch. EDIT now £203.99
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trott3r1 h, 29 m ago

What cable do i need for Power over ethernet by the way?Do all cat6 cable …What cable do i need for Power over ethernet by the way?Do all cat6 cable support PoE?or do i have to look for it being mentioned specifically?


You are fine with any Cat6 cable, you can also use Cat5
What cable do i need for Power over ethernet by the way?

Do all cat6 cable support PoE?
or do i have to look for it being mentioned specifically?
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SomebodE4 h, 5 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BOJE07A/Pro version with 192w power for the …https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BOJE07A/Pro version with 192w power for the same price?


The switch you have linked only has 4 gigabit ports, all 24 in the OP are gigabit.
Adam1823 h, 2 m ago

True but that takes it to another price level of around £100 more


190w version is 276
PoE Switch NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE £44.99 Amazon
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Another mind-bogglingly awesome ITMA deal expired due to overwhelming demand. 8-port gigabit switch with PoE on 4 of the ports Cheaper than the 5-port versions is, or probably ev… Read more
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Would I need 3 of these for a 12 x IP Camera setup? Or would I be better off using splitters to power indoor cameras and use the PoE ports only for external cameras or those that do not have a nearby power supply?
Nice. Thansk OP - been on the look for a compact poe switch and I like netgear....
I use a few of these for powering devices from a PoE switch - it converts the PoE into 12/9/5V- I use them for powering an older non-PoE WiFi AP, although I did get them from Warehouse Deals with the 20% off so it wasn't quite as much.

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NETGEAR GS108UK 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch £23.99 - Amazon
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Hi, I found this deal on Amazon, it seems to be a little cheaper than last one. NETGEAR GS108UK 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch for £23.99. Thanks . Features: High-s… Read more
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Slightly off topic but can anyone recommend me a good value gigabit ethernet router for my ADSL internet connection?

I've got a 100 BaseT which is fine for everything except streaming large video files from NAS. 4 ethernet ports essential.
Poor value. If you want vlan functionality then the TP Link SG108G is only £1 more. If you don't the the TP Link SG1008D-V6 is only £16.99 on Amazon.
The_IMF1 h, 21 m ago

I've got a HDMI sender/receiver over network. The dumb POS tries to send … I've got a HDMI sender/receiver over network. The dumb POS tries to send data to every port in the network as you can have multiple receivers. Totally crippled my network, only resolution was a VLAN.


Ah wow! That is a crappy design Yeah, VLAN would be your only option then!
zandermichaeljason5 h, 5 m ago

Out of interest, what do you mean by ‘ping every port’? Even a dumb switch …Out of interest, what do you mean by ‘ping every port’? Even a dumb switch like the one in this deal would have a forwarding table and therefore know which device is connected to which port as long as it’s sending traffic every 5 minutes...Unless I’ve misunderstood what you’ve said


I've got a HDMI sender/receiver over network. The dumb POS tries to send data to every port in the network as you can have multiple receivers. Totally crippled my network, only resolution was a VLAN.
The_IMF27th Dec

Or you could get the metal housing GS308 unmanaged for £18.58.NETGEAR …Or you could get the metal housing GS308 unmanaged for £18.58.NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00AWM7PKO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Vc5qAbEC81E2ZI own both and didn't find any difference in usage.They're both gathering dust at the moment as I've switched them out for the TP LINK SG108E which is £24.99 but allows you to create your own VLAN, prioritise ports etc. Well worth it for £1 more than this one. Allowed me to create a separate VLAN for my HDMI network sender so it wouldn't ping every port and also allowed me to prioritise traffic to my server.TP-LINK TL-SG108E 8 Port Gigabit Easy Smart Switch https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00K4DS5KU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Fb5qAb3EZ2QWS


Out of interest, what do you mean by ‘ping every port’? Even a dumb switch like the one in this deal would have a forwarding table and therefore know which device is connected to which port as long as it’s sending traffic every 5 minutes...Unless I’ve misunderstood what you’ve said
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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon
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From £64.99 to £44.99 .. NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack
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ValueTown4 h, 9 m ago

Can you mix a TP and a Netgear?


Yes, if they use the same protocol and encryption.

I mix TP-Link, D-Link and Netgear without a problem.
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It's been cheaper in the past
£39.99 If maplin have stock
gogboy8 m ago

What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use …What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use these as opposed to 600 models. Would you see a difference in download speed


Yes. I moved from AV600 to AV1200 and download speeds went from about 50 to a 100 which is what the broadband is rated at.
It will also depend on the quality of your house wiring.
wakkaday32 m ago

Ah I get it cleverThis or the tp link which is £35


I've gone for the tp link, still a decent company and good reviews, and a tenner cheaper.
NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk AC2600 Dual Band VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £199.99
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I have bee after this for a while to replace my Fritz!box 7490 which has p!55 poor WiFi which is a major issue when streaming music to approx 10 wireless speakers around the home. … Read more
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Rich4425th Dec

Going this twice Get a Fritzbox.


Actually, I am coming from a Fritz!box 7490 which I've had two since July 2015.

I cannot argue with the flexibility of the device and the device I have to say is top notch, except for me, the wireless is rubbish.

My house is not massive by any stretch of the imagination, but yet my multiple Samsung Multiroom speakers keep dropping connection to the router and this is despite the speakers having the 5ghz channel dedicated to them.

My guess is that it's due to the distance from the router and the fact that the Fritz!box has internal antenna.

Not had a Netgear router for a few years and it's immediately apparent that the interface is very old looking, clunky and not as polished as the interface on the Fritz!box but I'm hoping that the wireless coverage is a lot better and more stable on the Nighthawk.
Going this twice Get a Fritzbox it handles your phone calls and A/VDSL

You get a virtual switchboard with call handling, voip, virtual extensions multiple mailboxes lots of really clever stuff like divert anon calls to a mailbox with no recording function.

The broadband stuff & wireless is brilliant too 1Gbps wireless to a phone lol!

There's also home automation, NAS functionality & print server.

Absolute beast of a router and also replaces your DECT base for the phone too.
My third netgear router recently failed - a D7000 after 18months.
I like the user interface on Netgear so keep going back.
But from now on going to stick Billion - each one I have owned over the years has been rock solid and I can even recoup some money when I upgrade - cos it's still working and can be sold on.
Their UI is a bit naff - but the reliability is top notch.
Poor router for vpn. Woeful interface and performance, netgear kit isn't what it used to be.
Luckily I also purchase from Amazon so was able to exchange for the Asus DSL-AC88U
Better interface and performance, had to have a few firmware upgrades for vpn to work
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lucifon1 h, 39 m ago

Got this for £80 on black friday.


Well, I'd get out the De'Lorean and go and get me one then! LOL

I'll stick my neck out here and say I bet it wasn't the exact model I quoted though!

You sure it wasn't the "NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600"?
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NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi 11AC 3.0 Gbps Tri Band WiFi things £249.99 - Amazon
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mbd3 m ago

How do these compare with other Mesh solutions?Reviews suggest Orbi is …How do these compare with other Mesh solutions?Reviews suggest Orbi is best for range and speed.


Orbi by far is reviewed the best. Unfortunately most reviews are early 2017. Since then the firmware is all screwed up for many people.

For now I’ve gone for the TP-link Deco M5. Much cheaper, not as ultimately fast but allows for wired back haul if you want it.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 26th Dec 2017
How do these compare with other Mesh solutions?
Reviews suggest Orbi is best for range and speed.
Recently got these after years of unstable Wi-Fi and boy this is a game changer I paid more and got the 3 unit and my speed is the same all over the house and in the office in the garden,worth the hefty price tag.
Aeschylus6 m ago

If you are not worried about having super speeds in your garden, if you …If you are not worried about having super speeds in your garden, if you are just browsing the web, shove a 30 quid range extender in a plug socket in your room nearest the garden

All my neighbours seem to have super strength wifi, with not quite enough channels for all of us to exist peacefully. My only option is to nuke 'em get these thingies.
conradj117 m ago

[Image] "Cheapest" ever! Though £250 to get wifi in my garden still seems …[Image] "Cheapest" ever! Though £250 to get wifi in my garden still seems a bit ridiculous.


If you are not worried about having super speeds in your garden, if you are just browsing the web, shove a 30 quid range extender in a plug socket in your room nearest the garden
NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless 11AC Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) - £129.99 at Amazon
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Decent price for this generally well reviewed router, and one of the lowest prices it drops to (outside of warehouse deals). Also worth noting it can be flashed with opensource f… Read more
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Would these work with virgin fibre broadband?
Anyone seen a great modem/router offer? I want rid of my openreach modem and my tplink router drops the dsl for fun
My mistake. I thought you were referring to the offer above, not the D7000!
jonboyuk5 m ago

I'm not sure the IPv6 thing matters does it, since it's not a modem and …I'm not sure the IPv6 thing matters does it, since it's not a modem and just a router? You'll still have the BT modem in place...or have I misunderstood?


If you are installing a D7000 router, why would you use the BT modem ? Also it would matter if your router was handling all DHCP requests and not the modem.
AirbusA3804 h, 45 m ago

Prone to locking up and dropping DSL, WiFi is poor in terms of reliability …Prone to locking up and dropping DSL, WiFi is poor in terms of reliability and they don’t support BT IPv6 fully. Along with the garbage support as Netgear only want to sell you “premium” support.


I'm not sure the IPv6 thing matters does it, since it's not a modem and just a router? You'll still have the BT modem in place...or have I misunderstood?
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NETGEAR R6120-100UKS AC1200 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router £29.99 @ Amazon
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I'm not an expert, but this seems like a decent deal to me, which I'm considering upgrading too. It's the cheapest it's ever been on Amazon according to CCC and has decent reviews… Read more
germainsophie7 h, 31 m ago

Sorry if this has been asked. Will this help me improve my wifi signal …Sorry if this has been asked. Will this help me improve my wifi signal upstairs? I've got a virgin media hub 3 and get up to 100mbps speeds downstairs but in a few rooms upstairs the signal is very weak and drops out a lot etc.I've tried a tp link wifi extender plug only but it didn't work.Is this worth buying? Also does it just connect to the virgin hub? I don't do anything fancy with my current hub... just has the hue/hive hubs connected and lots of wireless devices.Thanks in advance.


every house is different. with amazon deals like this its best to just buy and try for yourself. returns are easy. price has gone up now...
Price gone up.
Sorry if this has been asked. Will this help me improve my wifi signal upstairs?

I've got a virgin media hub 3 and get up to 100mbps speeds downstairs but in a few rooms upstairs the signal is very weak and drops out a lot etc.

I've tried a tp link wifi extender plug only but it didn't work.

Is this worth buying? Also does it just connect to the virgin hub? I don't do anything fancy with my current hub... just has the hue/hive hubs connected and lots of wireless devices.

Thanks in advance.
Edited by: "germainsophie" 19th Dec 2017
Heat for the price alone!
thanks op ordered to replace my garbage sky q hub. hope it gives a more reliable wireless connection.
NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps Dual Band Gigabit 802.11ac (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas and Extra Power Outlet at Amazon for £34.99
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Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
Similar to a deal I posted before, except this extender has a power socket so you don't lose out! Previous price is normally £39.99-49.99. Deal expires at midnight.
Friend has one of these in a small flat. Makes no sense because the signal from the router is strong already. You need a BIG house for one of these.
Just sent the more advanced one of these back as constantly needing restarting to get signal back - seems from the reviews of these netgear extenders I am not the only one reporting this issue!
Edited by: "nictry" 11th Dec 2017
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