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NETGEAR WN3000RP-100UKS Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender

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Mini 300 Mbps
N300
  • Extend Network - Extend Internet access throughout your home for wireless devices like iPads, iPods, laptops, smart phones, game consoles and TVs
  • Enhance Existing Equipment - Keep your current equipment and improve coverage to eliminate wireless 'dead zones'
  • Plug-and-play - Sets up in minutes, no need to insert a CD or plug in Ethernet cables
  • Push 'N' Connect - Push 'N' Connect using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) connects computers and/or routers to the Extender quickly and securely
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Product Information

Style Name: Mini 300 Mbps | Size Name: N300
Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight322 g
Product Dimensions0.2 x 0.1 x 0.3 cm
Item model numberWN3000RP-100UKS
Processor Count1
RAM Size4 GB
Computer Memory TypeSDRAM
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB0055Y6PUA
Best Sellers Rank 1,814 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight322 g
Date First Available15 Jun. 2011
  
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Product Description

Style Name: Mini 300 Mbps | Size Name: N300

Product Description

WN3000RP

Extends Wi-Fi Range for Smartphones, iPad and Laptops

The NetGear Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender (WN3000RP) boosts your Wi-Fi signal and extends the range of your wireless network to areas of your home that previously had little or no signal. It also wirelessly connects any wired Ethernet device to the Internet.

At a Glance
  • Extends wireless coverage
  • Universal compatibility
  • Connect smartphones, iPad, and more
  • Easy install-no CD required

Extend Network -- Extend Internet access throughout your home for wireless devices like iPads, iPods, laptops, smart phones, game consoles and TVs.

Enhance Existing Equipment -- Keep your current equipment and improve coverage to eliminate wireless "dead zones".

Plug-and-Play -- Sets up in minutes, no need to insert a CD or plug in Ethernet cables.

Push 'N' Connect -- Push 'N' Connect using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) connects computers and/or routers to the Extender quickly and securely.

Optimal Coverage -- Link-rate LED locates the best placement spot to provide optimal wireless coverage.

Compatible -- Works with any wireless b/g/n router or gateway from NetGear and other brands.

Superior Security -- Works with all security standards including WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, mixed mode and WEP.

Connect -- Ethernet port allows the Extender to function as a bridge to connect to home theater devices.

NetGear Green features -- Power on/off button, 80% recycled packaging.

Usage Scenarios
Dynamic LED Indicators

Finds the ideal location for optimal wireless coverage and displays real-time, end-to-end network status.

WN3000RP

Connection status between router/gateway and Extender
On/off status of Extender
Connection status between Extender and wireless devices
Secure connection with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

Push 'N' Connect Using WPS

A secured connection at the push of a button.

Step 1

Push the Push 'N' Connect button on the router.

Step 1
Step 2

Push the Push 'N' Connect button on your extender.

Step 2
Step 3

Secure wireless connection.

Step 3

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Box Contains

Easy install guide
Public license
Wi-Fi range extender

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Peter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Aug. 2014
Style Name: AC750 MbpsSize Name: AC dual band
Its nice to have a piece of network kit that is easy to set up and just works. This is one such item. Netgear has clearly put a lot of effort into simplifying initial setup, to the point that if you have a WPS (Wireless Protected Setup) button on your existing router, you only need to press a couple of buttons to get it working.

So, what does it do? Actually, it can perform two different tasks, acting as either a Wireless Access Point or as a Wireless Extender. Both of these tasks give you WiFi connectivity where you haven't previously had it, but the method is slightly different.

Most routers nowadays have WiFi built in, but if you need WiFi coverage away from your main router (if the signal gets too weak to use in the remoter parts of your house or garden) you need another WiFi device. You can connect it to your router using ethernet cable, which gives faster results but involves cabling. This is "Access Point" mode. Or you can position the extender inside the coverage of your existing WiFi router so that it will relay the WiFI signal to devices that are further away. This doesn't involve any cabling, but it means two wireles "hops", from your computer to the extender and then from the extender to your internet router. This is Extender mode. I suspect mode people will want to use Extender mode because it is so much easier to install.

Setting the Extender up in Extender mode is really straightforward if your router has a WPS button. You need to connect it wirelessly to your existing router, which you do by plugging it in near your router pressing the on/off button, and when it has started up (it takes about 60 seconds) pressing the WPS buttons on both your Extender and your existing router.
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1,481 of 1,517 people found the following review helpful By Syd TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Nov. 2011
Style Name: Mini 300 MbpsSize Name: N300 Verified Purchase
previously my wifi signal soon gets weak a room or 2 away from the router.
bought this.
plug in.
press a button on the router.
press a button on the extender, and wait a minute or so (be patient).
job done.
it seems to cover a much wider aread than my original router, there is no dropout anywhere over a large area (probably up to 100m, through lots of walls). it has never once let me down since plugging in.
quick, easy and reliable. FAB bit of kit.

EDIT. now been using for 10 months. Remains as reliable as day 1.
EDIT2. now been using for 21 months. Still no issues whatsoever.
EDIT3! (22nd October 2014). 3 years in, remains as good as day one.

UPDATE Dec 14. I have now tried the higher-spec Netgear EX6100 (see above comparison chart), it works just as well as this model. If you're wondering about the 5 GHz band and whether you need it, in my general day-to-day use it adds little benefit, and only newer devices are compatible with 5 GHz. IMO most people won't need or benefit from 5 GHz devices, and the cheaper/more basic models such as the WN3000RP remain perfectly adequate.
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99 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Mr nozzle on 13 April 2013
Style Name: Mini 300 MbpsSize Name: N300 Verified Purchase
I researched this in a bid to find something that would extend my wireless coverage without me having to be a networking guru or go through a labyrinthine series of setup instructions. This item was a breeze. I simply selected the place where I wanted to improve wireless coverage and plugged it in. After switching on the wall socket, all I had to do was press a button on my router and then press a button on the unit. It connected to my router and I got a green (strong) signal indication. I searched for it on my network and found it under the same name as my router with an "-EXT" suffix. It used the same password as the existing network and I was able to connect to it without problems. If I unplug it and move it elsewhere, once it is switched on again it re-connects automatically to my router. I bought it for use with a "smart" TV in the bedroom and it performs well. The only issue is that it will occasionally drop the signal to the router and stop the item I am viewing. BBC iPlayer being a prime example and also Lovefilm. Having said that, just lately it has been working flawlessly. My other regret is that you can only have one of these in the system, which precludes me from filling the house with them. I bought one for my Daughter to extend her network into her attic room. The unit is plugged into a socket in one of the bedrooms below and again, it works really well. This was a great price and easy to install. I am very happy with my choice.
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164 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Bob2010 on 17 Mar. 2013
Style Name: Mini 300 MbpsSize Name: N300 Verified Purchase
These really are very easy to set up and work just as described.
Top marks to Netgear, as always they have made a useful well thought out quality product.

The instructions are clear and concise and the device is not over complicated.
It is ideal to solve the common problem of poor wireless signal in parts of the home.
You often find that where your phone sockets are and where you can locate your master wireless router does not give a good wireless signal in all locations around your home. Maybe you wish to have a good signal in the back garden and the signal from your router located at the front of the house is blocked by the house walls. In my case the router is located upstairs and I was getting very poor signal strength in a downstairs extension.

To set up the extender locate a mains socket on the boundary of your current wireless reception. I used my laptop to check wireless signal in a couple of locations before plugging the extender in. You need a location which has good signal and is nearer to the location of poor signal strength than your existing wireless router.
Once plugged in one click of the button on the side initiates the connection process, lights on the front indicate this is happening, and the extender should automatically connect to your existing network in a minute or so.
If it fails to connect, possibly due to conflicting networks from your neighbours, you can prompt the extender to connect to your network by accessing the extender from a computer. There is a well presented interface which guides you through the process of manually configuring the extender. You can also adjust a number of other settings including restricting access to certain devices, security settings and IP addresses.
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