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NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender - Wall Plug Version (WN3000RP)

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  • Extends wireless coverage, universal compatibility
  • Easy install - no CD required
  • Connect iPad, Smartphones, and more
  • Supports Windows 8
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Technical Details

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 4.4 x 1.8 inches ; 8.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004YAYM06
  • Item model number: WN3000RP-100NAS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,432 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 27, 2011

Product Description

NETGEAR


N300 WiFi Range Extender

WN3000RP WiFi Range Extender

WN3000RP

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Turn Dead Zones Into Connected Corners

Move around with your mobile devices and keep them connected by giving your existing WiFi a boost. This small, easy-to-install wall-plug WiFi range extender also creates new WiFi connectivity for up to 1 wired device like a Smart TV, Blu-ray player or game console.

Product Benefits

  • Extends wireless coverage
  • Universal compatibility
  • Easy install—no CD required
  • Connect iPad, Smartphones, and more

Features

Boost N300 WiFi—Improve range & speed of your existing N300 WiFi network

Fast Ethernet Port—Connect a wired device like a Blu-ray player, game console, smart TV or streaming player to your WiFi network.

External Antennas—For better WiFi coverage & more speed

Smart LED Indicators—Finds best location for optimal WiFi coverage

Reduce Bills—Reduce 3G/4G mobile data plan charges by connecting to WiFi

It’s Easy—Easy installation using any web browser; no CD required

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WN3500RP
EX6100
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Universal Compatibility
Placement Wall-Plug Desktop Wall-Plug Wall-Plug Desktop Wall-Plug / Desktop Wall-Plug Desktop
WiFi Band 2.4 GHz 2.4 GHz 2.4 GHz 2.4 GHz 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz
Performance N150 N300 N300 N300 N600 N600 AC750 AC1200
Wired to WiFi Adapter   4-port 1-port 1-port 4-port 1-port 1-port GigE 5-port GigE
Mobile Device Setup
FastLane Technology        
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WiFi Analytics App

How strong is your WiFi signal? Use the NETGEAR WiFi Analytics app for Android & get advanced analytics to optimize your existing or newly extended WiFi network. Check your network status, WiFi signal strength, identify crowded WiFi channels & much more!

Here’s what you can do with the WiFi Analytics App!
  • Get a network status overview
  • Check WiFi signal strength
  • Measure WiFi channel interference
  • Keep track of WiFi strength by location
  • and more...

Compatibility

WN3000RP
Package Contents
  • N300 WiFi Range Extender (WN3000RP)
  • Installation guide
System Requirements
  • 2.4 and/or 5.0 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi router or gateway
  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS, UNIX, or Linux
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Firefox 2.0 or Safari 1.4 or Google Chrome 11.0 browsers or higher

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I now have a strong internet signal throughout my house.
Tammy
The only fix is to unplug the WN3000RP and plug it back in, which gets it working for another couple of hours or days.
Swede-o-phile
Highly reccomend this NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender.
David Gneiser

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

258 of 270 people found the following review helpful By Mark Lawson on June 17, 2011
I have a Wireless N router (Linksys WRT160N V2) at one end of my house where my main Desktop PC is located. I bought a new laptop which i use 95% of the time at the other FAR end of my home and the signal i got was poor to fair.
I was looking to upgrade my signal quality to my bedroom as much as possible and purchased 3 different wireless N routers trying to accomplish this. None of them got any better range. I returned each router and then searched for Wireless N Range Extenders and came across this at Staples.
I wasn't too sure it would work but boy was i pleasantly surprised!

I bought it, took it home and had it installed in about 10 mins.
I placed it about half-way of my home and then went and connected my laptop and BAM! Excellent signal strength with 300.0 connection speed!
I am very happy with this product so far.

Highly recommended for those needing extended coverage of your current wireless setup.
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428 of 455 people found the following review helpful By C. Maddalena on June 10, 2011
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I have been pleasantly surprised with this extender. My WNDR3700 is in the basement next to a large metal work bench and under a lot of metal piping. All of this interference creates a deadzone on the other side of the first floor in the two bedrooms. The house is wired, but this is really annoying for iPads and laptops. I was considering running some longer CAT5e and putting the router in the middle of the basement on a wall, but I tried this extender first.

It's a much more expensive solution than $6/50' of CAT5e (monoprice.com), but I also wanted to extend the WiFi out into the backyard. I plugged the WN3000RP into the wall, waited for the green ready light, pressed the WPS button on the WNDR3700, held down the WPS button on the WN3000RP, and the connection was made. I had a new network named MySSID_EXT with the same security and passphrase.

I tested it out with INSSID on my laptop and my WiFi Analyzer app on my phone. I wandered the house checking the signals. In the bedroom I had a very weak signal from the router(or no signal)and an excellent signal from the extender. In the backyard, I had no signal from the router and a still excellent signal from the extender. Speed tests showed no real difference in speed, but Netgear says you should expect some reduction in speed. It could impact video streaming or file sharing, but I haven't noticed any issues.

I would really like to see an extender like this that supports 5Ghz, but 2.4 is just fine for what I needed. I also don't have a lot of other networks nearby.

The house is 1,700 sq. feet on the first floor and the extender provides a signal everywhere. The backyard is fairly small, but I can go about 75' to my patio and still have an excellent signal (that's about 140' from the extender through a wall. The extender is placed at the edge of the deadzone, as Netgear says it should be.
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153 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Jazz Fan in PA on December 6, 2011
This unit does what it claims. I purchased one of these at Best Buy yesterday and hooked it up.

My modem/router is at the other end of my house so I turned on my iPad and my iPod and checked the signal in my front bedroom. I was getting only 1 out of three bars on both devices.

After I plugged in the Netgear wifi extender and set it up, which is very easy by the way, I was able to receive three out of three bars on both my iPad and my iPod in the exact same location where previously I could only obtain one out of three bars. So the extender does what it claims, it extends the range of your wireless router so that the signal you receive is "stronger" than it was before.

Now, here's the catch. When you route your wifi signal from your modem/router to the Netgear extender it will improve the signal strength as my results have proven from above. The problem is that the actual speed of the extended signal is SLOWER than the original signal from your modem/router!! This is very deceiving, perhaps unintentionally by Netgear. It even makes a stement in the manual for the Netgear extender that says something to the effect that you should only use the extender in situations when you have either no signal or one that is very poor as the actual data speed is slower when using the extender.

One of the main reasons that I bought this was to boost the wifi signal that my Sony Bravia TV receives for streaming Netflix movies. With my current modem/router setup I was receiving three out of five bars signal strength, 60%.
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582 of 686 people found the following review helpful By Swede-o-phile on September 12, 2011
I'm a highly advanced user; my home network is entirely Linux based or embedded systems, I've been the CIO of a major corporation, and I understand the ins and outs of software development and networking. My setup at home requires I extend the range of my wifi network to cover my house. It's too large for one router to reach, so I picked up this unit for its small size and supposed ease of use.

Getting the unit initially up and running was fine - it was a no-brainer to add it to my existing WiFi network, provided by a DLink (DIR-655) router. So far, so good - setup really _is_ easy. I then moved the unit to a suitable location where there's adequate signal from the router and also where it can adequately cover the expanded space.

Unfortunately, the easy setup was the only positive feature of this unit.

The primary issue is that the WN3000RP locks up all the time and fails to route packets. After running for anywhere from 8 hours to a couple of days, it fails to maintain connectivity between the primary wireless network ("A") and its extended network ("B"). I can associate to the network "B" with a device, but it will not pass any traffic off to A. It's like the device has a memory leak or crash in the routing app internally that causes it to lock up and stop passing packets back and forth. It seems relatively traffic dependent - streaming videos through the device will induce it sooner than just background network traffic (mDNS advertisements, SAMBA notifications, pings, etc).

The only fix is to unplug the WN3000RP and plug it back in, which gets it working for another couple of hours or days. Obviously, this is unacceptable... If, at the same time, I connect another device to my primary network, "A", that device has zero connectivity problems.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
September 15, 2011
Hi Swede-o-phile,

We'd like to help with the problems you mention. Your detailed input would be very helpful for our technicians to track down and eliminate any potential issues like the ones you describe. Please feel free to email us at amazon@netgear.com if you wish, but we'll be passing this post on to our technicians as it stands as well.

Regards,

NETGEAR Team
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