Summary: I live in a limestone barn with 18 inch thick walls, so getting a good signal to a room beyond the walls is a struggle. It was weak at best, but I hoped that this device could pass on the signal fire brigade style. No improvement noticed. So went back to source behind wall and moved wifi base router, got slight improvement. Wish this was made in conjunction with a wired powered Ethernet that uses household wiring.
Summary: I bought this to extend my Netgear router in my house. Once installed, I haven't had a singe issue with connectivity in my dead spots using the extender. I have a Samsung Smart TV that connects to the extender and plays movies through Netflix with perfect quality. Here's a few things you should know about this product: 1.
Summary: This product does indeed work well, however the manufacturer's set up instructions are not accurate (thus the 4 rating). Thanks to those people who take the time to review and post their challenges with this product, I was finally able to connect and make an internet connection. My challenge was that the Netgear Ext was connected but with no internet connection. My answer was found thanks to "Marlon_A" on the following website: [...
Summary: If you set up your main WiFi router as a plug-n-play setup, then setting up the WN3000RP will be a snap. If however your an experienced network person and you use extend special security features on your main WiFi router like Wireless MAC Filtering, hiding your SSID, then setup of the WN300RP will be a little tricky.