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This router does indeed allow this.
By Box Limited SELLER on 16 July 2015
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Difficult to answer that; if the Plusnet router is slow SOMETIMES, that suggests it is not slow all the time, and thus may not be to do with the aerial; e.g. if you use a laptop and move it around there may be low-signal areas of your house. You will only find out if the Netgear router is better when you install it. Ho… see more Difficult to answer that; if the Plusnet router is slow SOMETIMES, that suggests it is not slow all the time, and thus may not be to do with the aerial; e.g. if you use a laptop and move it around there may be low-signal areas of your house. You will only find out if the Netgear router is better when you install it. However, when my router died I bought the Netgear as a stopgap for the week delay before my isp found the goodness in their hearts to replace it. So my Netgear router sits in a cupboard, waiting for the day when it might once again spring to the rescue if my isp's router fails again. For the rather small outlay for the Netgear router I think it is worth the chance, then you have a spare if you need it. There is nothing quite like being able to take independent action rather than always relying on others! see less Difficult to answer that; if the Plusnet router is slow SOMETIMES, that suggests it is not slow all the time, and thus may not be to do with the aerial; e.g. if you use a laptop and move it around there may be low-signal areas of your house. You will only find out if the Netgear router is better when you install it. However, when my router died I bought the Netgear as a stopgap for the week delay before my isp found the goodness in their hearts to replace it. So my Netgear router sits in a cupboard, waiting for the day when it might once again spring to the rescue if my isp's router fails again. For the rather small outlay for the Netgear router I think it is worth the chance, then you have a spare if you need it. There is nothing quite like being able to take independent action rather than always relying on others!
By Steve on 19 January 2016
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if I remember it was a Genie, and it wouldn't work for me I had to do it manually,
By Mr. D. J. Newman on 24 February 2015
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The cause may be obvious or not. First try switching the router off, leave for a few minutes and switch back on again; also restart the computer. If that doesn't work check that you have typed in the password correctly (should be on back of router). See if you can access the router using your smartphone or another comp… see more The cause may be obvious or not. First try switching the router off, leave for a few minutes and switch back on again; also restart the computer. If that doesn't work check that you have typed in the password correctly (should be on back of router). See if you can access the router using your smartphone or another computer, and if so then it must be your computer that has an issue. If nothing works it is probably best to assume you have a router that doesn't work and so send it back and get a new one. Numerous reviewers have reported on feedback that routers didn't work out of the box, so don't be surprised if you have a dud. Reviews indicate that router reliability is variable so it is not unusual to get ones that don't work properly. see less The cause may be obvious or not. First try switching the router off, leave for a few minutes and switch back on again; also restart the computer. If that doesn't work check that you have typed in the password correctly (should be on back of router). See if you can access the router using your smartphone or another computer, and if so then it must be your computer that has an issue. If nothing works it is probably best to assume you have a router that doesn't work and so send it back and get a new one. Numerous reviewers have reported on feedback that routers didn't work out of the box, so don't be surprised if you have a dud. Reviews indicate that router reliability is variable so it is not unusual to get ones that don't work properly.
By Steve on 30 September 2015
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Yes it is. There is an option in the admin menus to switch wifi off.
By Mark on 19 March 2014
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I assume your thinking of using the router as a repeater. I did this once before and it was quite tricky to set up. If you Google the question, you'll see plenty of answers. There's an easier and far more efficient way and that's by using a couple of TP Link 500 Mps Powerline Adaptors. You use your electric mains as a … see more I assume your thinking of using the router as a repeater. I did this once before and it was quite tricky to set up. If you Google the question, you'll see plenty of answers. There's an easier and far more efficient way and that's by using a couple of TP Link 500 Mps Powerline Adaptors. You use your electric mains as a LAN and it is so easy to set up. Nothing really to do but just plug into the existing router and then the mains see less I assume your thinking of using the router as a repeater. I did this once before and it was quite tricky to set up. If you Google the question, you'll see plenty of answers. There's an easier and far more efficient way and that's by using a couple of TP Link 500 Mps Powerline Adaptors. You use your electric mains as a LAN and it is so easy to set up. Nothing really to do but just plug into the existing router and then the mains
By Moldgeier on 23 May 2014
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I am with EE......i set mine up with my Sony mobile phone.....once the router was plugged in to the phone line and mains my phone detected it......entered the default password on the back of the router and i was connected....without me doing anything the phone screen changed and asked for my isp user name and password.… see more I am with EE......i set mine up with my Sony mobile phone.....once the router was plugged in to the phone line and mains my phone detected it......entered the default password on the back of the router and i was connected....without me doing anything the phone screen changed and asked for my isp user name and password....that was me done,approx 2 minutes,never had to set anything else except change my other devices over to the router password. see less I am with EE......i set mine up with my Sony mobile phone.....once the router was plugged in to the phone line and mains my phone detected it......entered the default password on the back of the router and i was connected....without me doing anything the phone screen changed and asked for my isp user name and password....that was me done,approx 2 minutes,never had to set anything else except change my other devices over to the router password.
By Mark on 23 January 2016
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works fine but better to reboot each day but this may be my line
never fails to connect and works well with my wireless printer and one computer and my laptop

By Effarquharson on 27 February 2014
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no this router has no wps button
By art on 17 November 2016