NETGEAR Wifi Range Extender EX3700 – Coverage Up to 1000 Sq.ft. and 15 devices with AC750 Dual Wireless Signal Booster & Repeater

February 22, 2020 - Comment

NETGEAR AC750 WiFi Range Extender (EX3700-100NAS). System Requirements:2.4 and/or 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless router or gateway,Microsoft. Internet Explorer. 8.0, Firefox. 20, Safari. 5.1, Google Chrome 25.0 browsers or higher. Trouble shooting tip- If you cannot get a WiFi connection working, you can use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer to the extender. Data throughput,

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NETGEAR AC750 WiFi Range Extender (EX3700-100NAS). System Requirements:2.4 and/or 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless router or gateway,Microsoft. Internet Explorer. 8.0, Firefox. 20, Safari. 5.1, Google Chrome 25.0 browsers or higher. Trouble shooting tip- If you cannot get a WiFi connection working, you can use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer to the extender. Data throughput, signal range, and wireless coverage per sq. ft. may vary due to differences in operating environments of wireless networks, including without limitation building materials and wireless interference. Operating temperature:32°to 104°F

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Anonymous says:

Stopped working in 1st year & no support from Netgear After about 9 months of light use, the 2.4g channel has stopped working on all devices (5g works fine). I called Netgear technical support and they only offer complimentary support on this product for 90 days, after which they want you to pay for support. I researched this issue online and found several posts with the same problem. I have done a factory reset, firmware update and confirmed the settings are correct. Netgear does offer a 1-year warranty but they require a return authorization number, which can only be obtained through technical support, which requires a paid subscription. This doesn’t seem ethical. I would avoid this product and given the warranty/technical support catch 22, I will certainly be considering other manufacturers for future purchases.

Anonymous says:

This Extender does work pretty well When it arrived and I took it out of the box I thought it was broken because the manual and directions kind of suck because to do the step by step directions don’t work right. It took some trial and error to figure it out because I thought I had a bad extender out of the box.1st thing you want to do is plug it into an outlet right next to your main router and what that does is let’s them sync up to each other.2nd thing you want to do when the extender power button is solid green is push the WPS button on your main router until it’s blinking and then push the WPS button on the extender.3rd thing you should see the lights on the extender light up on the Router, Power, and WPS.The Device light will stay unlit until you try and log into the extender.Click your WiFi settings and you will see a new 2.5ghz and a 5ghz and those are your new ones that are broadcast through the extender.I know this is confusing but you need…

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