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When it works, it works great. When it doesn't work, it's a worthless brick and customer service is absolutely reprehensible. The customer service line (since it isn't listed on the website is 888-638-4327) and the phone tree is rage-inducing, and the hold times are beyond ridiculous. I've been trying to get a human fo… see more When it works, it works great. When it doesn't work, it's a worthless brick and customer service is absolutely reprehensible. The customer service line (since it isn't listed on the website is 888-638-4327) and the phone tree is rage-inducing, and the hold times are beyond ridiculous. I've been trying to get a human for about 15 minutes now, and I decided to fill the time by leaving warnings for others about their garbage-tier customer service. see less When it works, it works great. When it doesn't work, it's a worthless brick and customer service is absolutely reprehensible. The customer service line (since it isn't listed on the website is 888-638-4327) and the phone tree is rage-inducing, and the hold times are beyond ridiculous. I've been trying to get a human for about 15 minutes now, and I decided to fill the time by leaving warnings for others about their garbage-tier customer service.
Corazón del Norte
· October 6, 2019
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Dan Blake has the correct answer if you want to use your existing SSID.

You cannot set it up that way (same SSID) using the WPS method. You'll have to use a second computer or device (I used my phone). Additionally, you'll need to also use the same password(s) for your existing SSID(s) and restart Wi-Fi (let it rec… see more
Dan Blake has the correct answer if you want to use your existing SSID.

You cannot set it up that way (same SSID) using the WPS method. You'll have to use a second computer or device (I used my phone). Additionally, you'll need to also use the same password(s) for your existing SSID(s) and restart Wi-Fi (let it reconnect once) on each device to get a seamless network.

If you want new networks, you can name then anything you want and set whatever passwords you want. see less
Dan Blake has the correct answer if you want to use your existing SSID.

You cannot set it up that way (same SSID) using the WPS method. You'll have to use a second computer or device (I used my phone). Additionally, you'll need to also use the same password(s) for your existing SSID(s) and restart Wi-Fi (let it reconnect once) on each device to get a seamless network.

If you want new networks, you can name then anything you want and set whatever passwords you want.

Big Orange Wookie
· August 12, 2018
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If you have an Internet installation (cable or Dish) in one apartment that is connected to a wi-fi router, you would be able to set up and pair the extender in the apartment with the wi-fi router, then plug the extender in an outlet in the other apartment. The extender network is protected with a password so only those… see more If you have an Internet installation (cable or Dish) in one apartment that is connected to a wi-fi router, you would be able to set up and pair the extender in the apartment with the wi-fi router, then plug the extender in an outlet in the other apartment. The extender network is protected with a password so only those who know the PW coils access your network connection. see less If you have an Internet installation (cable or Dish) in one apartment that is connected to a wi-fi router, you would be able to set up and pair the extender in the apartment with the wi-fi router, then plug the extender in an outlet in the other apartment. The extender network is protected with a password so only those who know the PW coils access your network connection.
Greg L. Carter
· August 17, 2015
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I have been using it for online gameplay and it has worked extremely well. I live in a basement apartment and the wifi wasn't great to play online and it was too far to set up a Ethernet cable. I have been using this both for wifi on other devices and put it close to my Xbox so I could hardwire it and noticed SIGNIFICA… see more I have been using it for online gameplay and it has worked extremely well. I live in a basement apartment and the wifi wasn't great to play online and it was too far to set up a Ethernet cable. I have been using this both for wifi on other devices and put it close to my Xbox so I could hardwire it and noticed SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS. Ping dropped from over 300 to 45 see less I have been using it for online gameplay and it has worked extremely well. I live in a basement apartment and the wifi wasn't great to play online and it was too far to set up a Ethernet cable. I have been using this both for wifi on other devices and put it close to my Xbox so I could hardwire it and noticed SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS. Ping dropped from over 300 to 45
Collin
· January 10, 2019
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Perhaps. I located my Netgear in the living room closer to my VIZIO TV with the Vizio apps. I definitely had a stronger signal and haven't had a buffering issue, however buffering issues previously were very infrequent. Some of the issues that may be causing your issue may have less to do with the router than with your… see more Perhaps. I located my Netgear in the living room closer to my VIZIO TV with the Vizio apps. I definitely had a stronger signal and haven't had a buffering issue, however buffering issues previously were very infrequent. Some of the issues that may be causing your issue may have less to do with the router than with your internet provider and the time you stream. I have read that Netflix streaming can slow down during the prime time viewing hours when a much larger audience is streaming. I have Comcast as my ISP and have a fast connection with no constraints. Some providers throttle down the download speed when data limits are reached or when the networks have peak usage. I would check to see if Verizon throttles your download speeds. I have been very happy with my AC750 and the added range it provides. see less Perhaps. I located my Netgear in the living room closer to my VIZIO TV with the Vizio apps. I definitely had a stronger signal and haven't had a buffering issue, however buffering issues previously were very infrequent. Some of the issues that may be causing your issue may have less to do with the router than with your internet provider and the time you stream. I have read that Netflix streaming can slow down during the prime time viewing hours when a much larger audience is streaming. I have Comcast as my ISP and have a fast connection with no constraints. Some providers throttle down the download speed when data limits are reached or when the networks have peak usage. I would check to see if Verizon throttles your download speeds. I have been very happy with my AC750 and the added range it provides.
fmaviator
· December 15, 2015
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I do know that you can use it like at hotels for a safer connection using their WIFI but uncertain about hotspots !
Dan Felten
· October 27, 2017
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YES! IT DOES! Don't listen to other answers that say no. You will need to go into your browser for Netgear and adjust settings to use the same log into your hotel's log in browser. You will get 100% strength signal from Netgear but only up to speed of hotels wifi router. Open wifi sites usually require you log into th… see more YES! IT DOES! Don't listen to other answers that say no. You will need to go into your browser for Netgear and adjust settings to use the same log into your hotel's log in browser. You will get 100% strength signal from Netgear but only up to speed of hotels wifi router. Open wifi sites usually require you log into their browser or http://1.1.1.1 or http://hilton.com etc. Best part is you can setup security on Netgear to stop anyone sniffing hotel network wifi users. Read the instructions, Google it or YouTube it see less YES! IT DOES! Don't listen to other answers that say no. You will need to go into your browser for Netgear and adjust settings to use the same log into your hotel's log in browser. You will get 100% strength signal from Netgear but only up to speed of hotels wifi router. Open wifi sites usually require you log into their browser or http://1.1.1.1 or http://hilton.com etc. Best part is you can setup security on Netgear to stop anyone sniffing hotel network wifi users. Read the instructions, Google it or YouTube it
Dominic D'Maestro
· April 15, 2017
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The Ac750 has some more range on it plus its a dual band extender so if you have a router with 2.4ghz and a 5Ghz network and supports AC the N300 has only a 2.4ghz network and supports up to wireless N.
Kingfish
· August 5, 2019
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It depends on what you mean a broader range. If you mean to extend the radius from the common router I think you can do that. All the extenders would connect to that router. If you mean to extend laterally by connecting one extender to the router and then daisy-chaining each repeater to the other repeater I don't think… see more It depends on what you mean a broader range. If you mean to extend the radius from the common router I think you can do that. All the extenders would connect to that router. If you mean to extend laterally by connecting one extender to the router and then daisy-chaining each repeater to the other repeater I don't think you can do that. see less It depends on what you mean a broader range. If you mean to extend the radius from the common router I think you can do that. All the extenders would connect to that router. If you mean to extend laterally by connecting one extender to the router and then daisy-chaining each repeater to the other repeater I don't think you can do that.
fmaviator
· February 5, 2016
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It is compatible with most of the wi-fi modem/routers. Not sure if TimeWarner standard box is wi-fi or not. If you have wi-fi at your place you should be good to go.
AVAA Global LLC
Seller · January 22, 2016