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Netgear WN2000RPT Universal WiFi Range Extender - Manufacturer Refurbished

by Netgear
603 customer reviews

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  • Works with clients supporting Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
  • Keep your current wireless equipment and improve coverage to eliminate dead zones
  • Compatible with wireless b/g/n routers, gateways and Internet Service Providers devices
  • Freedom to roam anywhere in the house and access Internet without worrying about coverage
  • Bonus feature-4 Ethernet ports to connect to gaming consoles, Internet TV's, and Blu-ray players
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Product Description

The NETGEAR Universal WiFi Range Extender (WN2000RPT) 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 up to 4 wired Ethernet devices such as, game consoles, Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, DVRs or streaming players to the Internet.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 10.2 x 2.6 inches ; 15 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00741F05I
  • Item model number: WN2000RPT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (603 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 6, 2012

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Seller provides 90 days warranty. We will either send replacement item or fully refund your money if our item does not work for you.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

107 of 111 people found the following review helpful By W. Lovelace on August 6, 2012
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I read the reviews posted on this product and was a little concerned. I went to the Netgear website and found the instructions, firmware and everything needed. I examined the information to determine if I wanted to take the risk in purchasing the range extender. I needed the extra boost to get my wifi to extend to my deck outside. I took the gamble and ordered it. I received this unit when promised by Amazon, thank you Amazon. I opened the box and as reported by other reviewers, there were no instructions. I had already read them on the website and knew what to do. It took me all of 5 minutes to find a location, plug it up, link it to my network (Belkin router) and begin to stream on my deck. I also linked my Foscam wireless camera to the extender and it helped my broadcasting abilities (the wireless camera had been struggling to keep wifi connection). I can not say how easy it was to install. I waited a week before I posted a review to give it some time to give me trouble. We recently had a storm and lost power. Once the power was restored, it started right back up with my network. I think this will boost the enjoyment to my deck and it's usage. If you are thinking of purchasing the Factory Refurbished Netgear WN2000RPT Universal WiFi Range Extender, you should! It is definitely worth it!! Before extender our ipods got 1-2 bars with low bandwidth, now we get full bars and stream with no problem!! We LOVE this product!!
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan C. Moore on April 22, 2014
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I was looking to solve an issue for a non wireless device that did not involve holes in walls long cables and the accompanying frustration and angst so I wanted a WiFi extender and I stumbled onto this refrub unit and thought, "why not?"

And I am glad I did.

Setup requires you go to the Netgear site and download their PDF. Apparently many people view this as a failure and I could understand this attitude if the device was not a WiFi extender which already speaks to a certain level of comfort as far as tech is involved.

Around 30 seconds after I went through the extremely simple steps, the unit was ready to run. It found local networks, I provided the credentials, it created a secondary SSID, another source of complaint, apparently, and I was off and running with zero frustration.

Now, some folks want this to integrate seamlessly with your existing network so that you need not have a secondary SSID and I get that, but you have realize what you're getting for under $20 is a home based fix, it's not corporate infrastructure.

Plus, this is reliable and will not suddenly decide to leave you for another WiFi network in the neighborhood and take half your stuff, which makes it much more desirable than any marriage I have had.

But I'm not bitter.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By T Payne on April 2, 2014
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This thing is very simple, cheap and does exactly what it's supposed to. Setup was a little annoying since you need to look up the product at Netgear's website. You have to search for the product and it's a bit time-consuming. So let me save you the trouble:
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1. Use a wireless device (tablet, laptop, whatever) to connect to the wireless device called "NETGEAR_EXT"
2. Open your browser and go to: mywifiext.net
3. Go through the easy to follow setup and that's it!
4. ****IMPORTANT*** Go back into the settings and change the default password of the range extender. The default password is "password". If you don't change this, then anyone driving by your house can log in with the default and clearly see your WEP passcode for your whole network! Yikes! Change the password by going into "setup" right away.

Hope that helps
FYI, there are 3 versions of this range extender. Most people are getting version 2 and that's also what I got.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Uncle Grapes on November 4, 2012
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I bought this as a refurbished unit. I was able to install it without issue, except that I was expecting to be able to install it in such a fashion so that it would work "seamlessly" with my existing router (also a Netgear). Instead, it installs as a second access point so that I have to manually switch between access points (routers) depending upon where I am in my house. Not a huge problem, but I was expecting to be able to install it in a seamless fashion so that I was automatically using the router with the better signal no matter where I was in the house.

My only other complaint is that this router sometimes needs to be reset for no apparent reason. I've had it installed for about two weeks now and have had to reboot it about 4 times. But hey, I bought it refurbished, it was $30, I guess I shouldn't expect much (and I wasn't when I bought it). This occurs less when a device is actively using the router. The problem seems to occur more often when it sits idle, without data flowing through it.

Overall, if you can still get this for $30, it's a good buy.
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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By St. Bernard on July 14, 2012
Setup was a bit of bother (didn't complete throughly) - otherwise having resetted and started over, everything is working great!

70% stronger signal (which is always at excellent) than without. My router is 50 feet away from extender.

Setup wizard takes user step by step to connect to Wireless Access Point.

Comes in a plain box without instructions or software. All files can be downloaded at Netgear's website.

Since this is factory refurbished, it is better than new, because Netgear has retested the components. This procedure safeguards against manufacture defects that may happen to be present when new.

I would advise that only tech savvy people purchase this version as many have problems - for example: can't even reset the unit (button on back).

Save some money and purchase this one. I highly recommend it and wish I knew about sooner.

On commonly mentioned disconnection problems:
Once you're logged into the repeater's webpage, go to .../cgi-bin/hidden_dhcpd.html

Configure a nonconflicting address range for your regular WiFi's address space; IE using .180 to .250.
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