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Netgear Range Extender (WN2000RPT-100NAR) Refurbished

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Netgear Range Extender (WN2000RPT-100NAR) Refurbished
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3/5 eggs based on 32 customer reviews.


  • Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u
  • Ethernet Port
  • 2.4GHz
  • Extends wireless coverage
  • Universal compatibility
  • Connect Smartphones, iPad, and more
  • 4 Fast Ethernet ports
  • 30-Day Warranty
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Netgear Range Extender (WN2000RPT-100NAR) *Refurbished* - $8.00 using Visa Checkout and code VCO (Exp 8/25) and $10.00 rebate (Exp 8/8) + free shipping at Newegg. 3/5 eggs based on 32 customer reviews.

  • Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u
  • Ethernet Port
  • 2.4GHz
  • Extends wireless coverage
  • Universal compatibility
  • Connect Smartphones, iPad, and more
  • 4 Fast Ethernet ports
  • 30-Day Warranty

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I've used this for years to regularly use FIOS wifi from buddy across the street. Perhaps 150ft. It does cut your speed in half, and once a week need a power cycle...but other than that worked well. So while I prefer DDWRT or Tomato and for a repeater, once I got this It has worked well enough.

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possible $10 AR alternative with DDWRT/Tomato link

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psxzombie said:   possible $10 AR alternative with DDWRT/Tomato link
  N150 only compared to N300 for repeater.

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Thanks OP. For 8 bucks its worth seeing if this will help in the part of my house that has weak wifi.

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For those of you who setup DDWRT repeater bridges, how are they working out for you?

I was trying to help my dad extend his wifi network but it just plain sucks. He has a non-DDWRT base router hooked up to his cable modem in the front room, and had a pair of Buffalo WBR54gs that I put DDWRT on but ended up bricking when I stupidly attempted overclocking them (doh). He did have a spare WRT54G (he has tons of gadgets that he buys and never uses) sitting around so I threw DDWRT on that and setup in repeater bridge mode for his wired printer, etc in the kitchen. Thing is, the wifi signal still seems to suck. I also tried creating a separate vlan wifi still sucks over it. The wired stuff seems OK, not great, but that's the only thing that seems stable from what I can see... if that's the case, might as well just put it in bridged mode though. As far as the signal getting repeated, I'm not so sure - should I expect the signal to be just a strong as when I'm close to the base router?

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