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Netgear EX6100 AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender

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  • Dual band WiFi - up to 750 Mbps
  • Supports 802.11ac and b/g/n WiFi devices
  • External antennas for better performance
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Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight213 g
Product Dimensions7.4 x 3.8 x 12.2 cm
Item model numberEX6100-100UKS
Wireless Type802.11A, 802.11 A/C, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB00I15EAIO
Best Sellers Rank 1,667 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight322 g
Date First Available24 Jan 2014
  
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Product Description

Product Description


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AC750 WiFi Range Extender

WiFi Where you Want it

Boost your existing WiFi with the AC750 WiFi Range Extender. Enjoy improved wireless coverage on your WiFi devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones throughout your home and even your backyard. Eliminate dead zones in hard-to-reach areas, simply plug it into any outlet and experience the difference.

Product Benefits

  • Boost WiFi throughout your home and even the backyard
  • Eliminate WiFi dead zones in hard to reach areas
  • Lower your phone bill by reducing data plan charges
  • Create access points in your home and improve WiFi coverage

Features

Next Generation WiFi -- Create faster dual band WiFi access with 802.11ac technology up to 750Mbps
Two WiFi Modes -- Extender mode to boost existing WiFi. Access Point mode to create new AC WiFi access
Gigabit Ethernet Port - Connect a wired device like Blu-ray player, game console, smart TV or streaming player to your WiFi network
Simultaneous Dual Band WiFi -- Extend 2.4 & 5GHz WiFi up to 750Mbps and reduce interference
External Antennas -- For better WiFi coverage and more speed
FastLane Technology -- Use both WiFi bands to establish one super high-speed connection; ideal for HD streaming and gaming

WiFi Analytics App

How strong is your WiFi signal? Use the FREE NETGEAR WiFi Analytics app for Android and get advanced analytics to optimise your existing or newly extended WiFi network. Check your network status, WiFi signal strength, identify crowded WiFi channels and much more!

Here's what you can do with the WiFi Analytics App
  • Get a network status overview
  • Check WiFi signal strength
  • Measure WiFi channel interference
  • Keep track of WiFi strength by location
System Requirements
  • 2.4 and/or 5.0 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi router or gateway
  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS, UNIX, or Linux
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Firefox 2.0 or Safari 1.4 or Google Chrome 11.0 browsers or higher

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Universal Compatibility
Placement Wall-Plug Wall- Plug Desktop Wall-Plug / Desktop Wall-Plug Desktop
WiFi Band 2.4 GHz 2.4 Ghz 2.4 Ghz & 5Ghz Dual Band 2.4 Ghz & 5Ghz Dual Band 2.4 Ghz & 5Ghz Dual Band 2.4 Ghz & 5Ghz Dual Band
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Box Contains

Netgear AC750 WiFi Range Extender
User Documentation

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Guy Christopher on 26 April 2014
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I bought two of these to replace a cheap and cheerful tp link access point to work as an access point connected through a home plug.

Netgear seem to have gone to great lengths to make it as difficult as possible to configure this, you'll see no static IP address, just a baffling direction to a web address on the back. How I'm going to manage the second one too is beyond me.

I was excited for this product, but the clunky and frustrating software wizards that are forced on you has really put me off Netgear devices.

If you're looking to simply add an access point with a basic defined configuration to your network, I would strongly advise avoiding this product.

EDIT: this device wants to function as a router. By default it creates a separate subnet for its wireless clients and wants to use NAT to pass the connections through to the router. This is an absolute nightmare for management as with an access point on a home network you really want the router handling DHCP, especially when you're using more than one extender. I can only assume Netgear's ideal network has a subnet for each device?
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Western Infidel on 19 Jun 2014
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I'm very experienced in IT, its been my job for 20 years but Its been quite a while since any network product has irritated me this much, I probably have to think back to the 90s to come anywhere close to being this frustrated.

For starters, WPS button does nothing except make the extender blink an LED repeatedly until it goes back to its previous state.. despite me pressing the WPS button on the netgear router sat next to it.. it simply won't have any of it.

OK.. so I go through the manual setup and the so-called Genie.

Before doing so, I added the extenders MAC to the ACL of the netgear router, I ensured I had available IP addresses in DHCP Scope.

I connect to one of the SSID's of the extender, enter the default user/pass and I get in. Change password, Choose Router SSID for 2.4ghz and 5ghz, changed admin password, set encryption to WPA2 and passphrases and it kicks me.. no problem, I expect that I have to reconnect.

I reconnect to the SSID of the extender (2.4ghz or 5ghz makes no difference)... open browser, go to mywifiext.net and login with new admin user/pass and I am in. Everything seems ok, resume the genie process step by step.. get to the end where it says disconnect and reconnect to the extender.. I do that then one of two things happens... depending on how its feeling.

1. My tablet, or laptop or phone's wifi manager says "Its taking a long time to connect" then eventually comes back with "Limited connectivity" or with "No internet connection" message. Then going back to mywifiext.net either works to the extender (but no internet access) or "Cannot find page".

Or

2. My tablet, laptop or phones wifi manager sits on busy until it comes back with a message that it cannot connect.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Peter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Aug 2014
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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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Sep 2014
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I've used Netgear Stuff before both bought for myself and received free for review.
I have been mightily impressed.

I tend to be the type of person that prefers to plug in and play.
It may be age, slight techno phobia or whatever. But if a device is easy then I am fine with it.

This is a good device when you get it working but it was a challenge to get it up and running- finally I got a mate to connect it for me.
Luckily my wife and son were out because the air was blue.

Finally we ( I say we it was he really) got it up and running and so far (touch wood) it has worked really well and improved our connectivity.

BUT if you do find it hard to set up a device that is a little more complex and prefer something that is far simpler then I would suggest you read other reviews of similar devices.

(I am sorry to have to say this- as I say Netgear have been brilliant over the years and superior to others.)
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