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NetGear Wireless Range Extender - EX6100-100NAS

by Netgear

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Item Weight13.6 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 5 x 4 inches
Item model numberEX6100-100NAS
WarrantyComes with Manufacturer Warranty.
  
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Shipping Weight13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 23, 2014
  
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  • Brand Name: Netgear
  • Model: EX6100-100NAS
  • Warranty: Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.

Product Description

NetGear AC750 Wi-Fi Wireless Range Extender - IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4GHz - 5.0GHz, 750Mbps - EX6100-100NAS

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By Tom Gimbel on January 9, 2015
Found this at Best Buy, where it had a 4-star rating. At the time of this writing, it is 3-star at Amazon baed upon 2 reviews. Took it home and attempted to configure it as an extender for an Apple Airport Express. It found both frequencies in about 5 minutes of handshakes. Mounted the EX6100 down a long hallway with some minor obstacles, but basically line-of-sight. The room around the corner from there picked a nice strong 3 bars. Previously struggled to get 2 bars. Nice. BUT.... cannot actually use it. Why? Because it is a different SSID and you have to log into it. The manual clearly states that you use the very same credentials (username & password) that you use for the router (in my case, the Airport Express). I tried with 6 different devices (OSX, IOS & Windows) to log in through the EX6100. Invalid username/password message every time. Logged into the Airport Express with those devices and those same credentials without a hitch. Is it just a compatibility problem with the Airport Express? I don't know but it rates a ZERO from me, regardless. How can a network device not play nice with the Apple ecosystem?
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By Jason on December 15, 2014
Works very well and is very versatile.
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Have got review yet because of their support. First off, I was having trouble connecting the devise. I then entered in the address they provided which took me to their website. I was instantly greeted by a live person online. Told her the problem and 1 simple question. She then asked for my phone number to have a tech support person call me right back. Being on the cautious side id it anyway. Less then 1 minute later I received a call. Couldn't understand him very clearly. He almost instantly sent me to give him permission to take over my computer and find the problem. I complied. He then moved around the screen and then told me that I had been hacked over 25 thousand times. Well this is a brand new laptop with 3 security systems so I was hesitant to believe him. He then showed me all these addresses. Keep in mind still hasen't got to my 1 question how to fix my extender. After about a half hour he proceeds to show me netgears protection plans and tries to sell me a 300 per year one. Then told me I had to buy the 99 dollar one for the service he just did. WHAT? He never got to hooking up my range finder. At this point I thought it was bogus and I was being hacked. I unhooked EVERYTHING and turned off all computers on my network. Then I went online and checked on this being real. IT IS! Was netgear and this is there practice. BLOG after BLOG and SCAM after SCAM they are at the top. So Im going to pack it up and send it back to AMAZON (who should be more responsibly about practices like this) and ship it back and go elsewhere and different brand. A FRIKIN NIGHTMARE and caused me a lot of grief and time.
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