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Netgear Universal WN3000RP Wi-Fi Range Extender - Manufacturer Refurbished

by Netgear
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  • Extends wireless coverage, universal compatibility
  • Easy install - no CD required
  • Connect iPad, Smartphones, and more
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 1.8 x 2.9 inches ; 10.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007HQR710
  • Item model number: WN3000RP-100NAR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (726 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The NETGEAR Universal WiFi Range Extender (WN3000RP) boosts your WiFi signal and extends the range of your wireless network to areas of your home that previously had little or no signal. Also wirelessly connects any wired Ethernet device to the Internet.


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to set up and good instructions.
Bob F.
I could reset it and it would work for a day or so but then loose internet connectivity.
David Thorarinsson
Works great, extended my signal so my wifi works in entire house.
Kylee Cochran

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203 of 219 people found the following review helpful By HamsaYogi on April 27, 2012
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I live in a dorm / hotel situation where the WIFI connection was 2 bars at the best. I quickly figured out that my room was within the range of the router so I bought the Netgar range extender. I was sceptical at first but once I put it up in my room it was like magic. 2 bars are now solid 5 bars and I conect at 144 KBPS vs the 24 - 36 KBPS before. Only down side is that it goes to sleep and after 3-4 hours of inactivity and you have to reboot it each morning to release and renew the IP. Other that that it has been a life saver as I work from home and my VPN connections are robust now.
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105 of 117 people found the following review helpful By John D. Wickenhofer on May 24, 2012
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Took it out of the box, plugged it in, it connected to my router automatically and was available as a wirless connection on my computer in just a few minutes. Spent about 5 minutes entering password info for my router and voila, connected with a 5 bar signal. I used to only get 2 bars on this computer with its distance from the router. Could not be simpler.
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171 of 201 people found the following review helpful By Pete on June 22, 2012
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I bought this Wi-Fi extender so that I could use my iPad in the bedroom, which is on the opposite end of the house from the main computer and the Wi-Fi router. At first glance, the extender works as advertised, connecting fairly easily to my D-Link DIR-655 Extreme-N Gigabit Wireless Router. The iPad picked up the extender signal at full strength all over the house, much better than the strength of the actual router unless the iPad was in the same room as the router.

Note: To make this clear up front, the extender shows up as a separate Wi-Fi network from the parent network. By default, the name will be "[Your Network Name] - EXTENDER"

So to test out the signal, I used an internet speed test app on my iPhone (I completely understand that this method will also be limited by the ISP data rate). The download speeds on the iPhone using the router were in the 10MBs range while the download speeds using the extender were roughly between 1-2MBs. On the otherhand, the upload speeds from both the router and the extender were roughly the same, around 1-2MBs, which is nice considering the difference between the download rates.

Now for the bad part, this extender kept disconnecting from the network, causing any Wi-Fi device to not "see" the extender. The only way to fix this issue was to reset the extender. As this occurred almost on a daily basis, I decided to ship it back. It is entirely possible that the unit I received was bad, but rather than send out for another one, I am going to upgrade my Wi-Fi router that hopefully has a better range.
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121 of 142 people found the following review helpful By maviza on August 11, 2012
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Ordered Wi-Fi extender and decided to save $25 by buying the manufacturer refurbished model ($40 versus $65). Unit arrived with a blackened serial number, no software and no instructions. I should have known better at this point. I installed the unit to a Netgear router. Set-up was straightforward using WPS. The extender worked but had several drop outs which I had to repeat the set-up process to resolve. I found on-line that several others had the same problem which was fixed by updating the firmware for the extender. I logged in to the firmware site and found that I needed a serial number to download the firmware. I contacted Netgear to determine how I could update the firmware without a serial number and found that Netgear has a policy of not supporting refurbished units without paying a nominal $40 fee. Really!!! Is this what "manufacturer refurbished" means!!! Nowhere in the Amazon product information is this mentioned. Both Netgear and Amazon should be ashamed of this marketing and support. I could get better support from Craigslist buyers. Reading other reviews it appears if you have no problems that the manufacturer refurbished model saves money. If you have problems, buyer beware.
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64 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Prog Dad on June 29, 2012
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It's a great price for an official refurbished product. You only get "email" tech support from Gateway, but so what.....GREAT PRICE. I must admit, I went from liking the product, to thinking it was defective....to loving the product once I took my time, paid attention, and asked for some valuable help from tech support. Don't expect it to be quite the "plug and play" as stated. I did plug and play, and had wireless extension right away. But I noticed my extension wasn't secure. I followed the official web help, but that wasn't working. Well, with one very friendly email answer from tech support (only a couple of hours after I sent my question), I was able to go from complete frustration (and planning to return this item), to complete elation and it's working fine. Please pay attention to the type of wireless secure system you have. I have WEP, with a desktop computer, two laptops and three iPhones in the house. All I needed to do was....

1.) Plug in the extender to an outlet, push the "connect" buttons on my router and this extender to get them to talk to one another.
2.) (WITH THE WI-FI TURNED OFF ON MY LAPTOP) Connect my laptop to this extender via ethernet cable (so no internet connection running on the laptop).
3.) Open up your web browser, and the Netgear setup wizard appears in your browser.
4.) Select your type of wireless setup (as I said, I have WEP).
5.) It asks for the name of your network (easy enough).
6.) It asks you to assign a pass code (easy enough).
7.) BOOM! It creates the wi-fi extention, with your network name and adds "_EXT" to it, and you're up and running! Secure network extended.
8.) Disconnect the wired connection to your laptop, activate the wireless on your laptop, and you're live!
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