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It will work with the sky hub, but a suggestion that might save you money is to do a search for 'Speed up your Sky Broadband by changing your wireless channel' because SKY has a small video that may boost your wifi from the hub.
John Mcdonald
· 14 February 2015
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Yes I have the same Talk Talk Router - follow the instructions using WPS buttons - it works fine.
MR S.
· 02 November 2014
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I wouldn't recommend it solely to get signal in the garden. (I'm fortunate that my "office" is at back of my house and I have a small garden, so signal does reach but weakens down to half strength). Also depends on the depth of your garden and where you want to use the computer. If you have a patio right by the back of… see more I wouldn't recommend it solely to get signal in the garden. (I'm fortunate that my "office" is at back of my house and I have a small garden, so signal does reach but weakens down to half strength). Also depends on the depth of your garden and where you want to use the computer. If you have a patio right by the back of your house, then yes, use a router in the last room by the patio. see less I wouldn't recommend it solely to get signal in the garden. (I'm fortunate that my "office" is at back of my house and I have a small garden, so signal does reach but weakens down to half strength). Also depends on the depth of your garden and where you want to use the computer. If you have a patio right by the back of your house, then yes, use a router in the last room by the patio.
Russtafarian
· 02 October 2014
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You would connect your pc to this bridge, then configure the bridge to connect to your router downstairs wirelessly :)
Warlord
· 12 June 2015
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My review was EX6130. The one on this picture is EX6200. I have been able to set up an excess point in another room and now receive a full signal.
Mrs. Patricia A. Cope
· 09 April 2017
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The ac means WiFi radio standard 802.11ac and 1200 is the combined speed of both the 802.11bgn and 802.11ac channels. AC has nothing to do with alternating current and power line extenders. It does have a network cable connection that you can use to extend the network without using WiFi in both directions. That's faste… see more The ac means WiFi radio standard 802.11ac and 1200 is the combined speed of both the 802.11bgn and 802.11ac channels. AC has nothing to do with alternating current and power line extenders. It does have a network cable connection that you can use to extend the network without using WiFi in both directions. That's faster than using WiFi both to an existing WiFi router and to your computer's. see less The ac means WiFi radio standard 802.11ac and 1200 is the combined speed of both the 802.11bgn and 802.11ac channels. AC has nothing to do with alternating current and power line extenders. It does have a network cable connection that you can use to extend the network without using WiFi in both directions. That's faster than using WiFi both to an existing WiFi router and to your computer's.
James
· 20 March 2017
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No, they aren't. Not even if you disassemble it: there is no SMA connector.
Istvan Levay
· 02 March 2015
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I have four bands. We are a B & B on 3 floors (Big house), we have many people loggin on at the same time. No problems
jean
· 06 October 2015
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I had a similar issue but only seemed to be at peak times streaming from Netflix via a sony smart TV. Strangely it only ever happened when trying to watch Breaking Bad despite the extender being very close to the TV. Extremely irritating as I'm sure you know! I have resolved it for the moment with an Ethernet cable bet… see more I had a similar issue but only seemed to be at peak times streaming from Netflix via a sony smart TV. Strangely it only ever happened when trying to watch Breaking Bad despite the extender being very close to the TV. Extremely irritating as I'm sure you know! I have resolved it for the moment with an Ethernet cable between the extender and the TV and so far it has been ok. The red light still flashes at times but it doesn't seem to interrupt the streaming. I have asked Netgear whether the red light is for wifi only or whether it indicates a break in connection if using a cable. Can't see how there could be a break in connection but they haven't replied yet. see less I had a similar issue but only seemed to be at peak times streaming from Netflix via a sony smart TV. Strangely it only ever happened when trying to watch Breaking Bad despite the extender being very close to the TV. Extremely irritating as I'm sure you know! I have resolved it for the moment with an Ethernet cable between the extender and the TV and so far it has been ok. The red light still flashes at times but it doesn't seem to interrupt the streaming. I have asked Netgear whether the red light is for wifi only or whether it indicates a break in connection if using a cable. Can't see how there could be a break in connection but they haven't replied yet.
manski63
· 17 February 2015
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works well full bars on laptop down stairs hooked up to virgin box just typed in password
ray
· 18 November 2014