Doesn't support wireless extenders unless you disable encryption.
The Analytic Critic, Amazon
3 April 2016
Summary: It worked ok as a stand alone router but, when I need to connect a wireless extender to cover the other side of my house, a screen popped up telling me I had to disable WPA and WPA2 encryption. Right, I'm going to open my network up to EVERYBODY just so I can add an extender to my network.
It still works after 5 years, but I wish it would just die already
5 May 2015
Summary: I purchased this as a refurbished unit, and it arrived looking brand new, so that's a plus. I've also been using it for about 5 years, and it still works, so that's also a plus. Unfortunately, I am not completely thrilled with this unit because it is not very stable and requires restarts about once...
Summary: I purchased this to replace an Asus router. Staples leads customers to believe this is an AC router, but it is not. Also, there doesnt seem to be a way to use Wake-On-Lan, apparently Netgear doesn't allow that.