Seems to do the trick - but don't count on much help from NetGear or the documentation
Frank "Franko", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I bought what I thought had the most "broadcast power" to solve a dead spot where my UVerse Router did not reach. The UVerse router, as it turns out, only puts out 400mW of power (versus 700mW for this unit). If ATT provided a decent product to start with, I might have not needed the NetGear. In any case, the AC1200 seems to be doing the job! Setup instructions are very simple, but here are a couple of observations: 1.
Works well, easy set up, priced higher than others, but also has hi-powered amps. Not wall mountable without modifications.
3 weeks ago
Summary: Works well. Quick, easy set-up via Netgear Genius GUI app. Replaced a more affordable but lower-powered EnGenius ERB9250 (~39 mW) range extender paired with a 1,000 mW (1 watt) 2.4 ghz amp. AC1100/EX6200's 700 mW (0.7 watt) output eliminated need for an external amplifier. If you are planning to use this NETGEAR AC1200/EX6200 range extender with an external amplifier, ensure that your external amplifier (input) can handle the 700 mW (0.7 watt) output of the AC1200.
Excerpt: I purchased this item to extend my Wi-Fi to the house next door and beyond. Moscelyn all hunt behind the other house and need to access my Wi-Fi from there. My original Wi-Fi and router would not reach that far. With the Netgear AC 6200 100-NAS attached to my system I have a good signal approaching 350 feet line of sight from the unit. It even passes through the house next door. The signal strength is great.
Excerpt: Having connection issues again and needed to step up to a more powerful range extender. I found this little jewel and ordered on line. Delivery was swift and the process of connection was easy. No more connection issues.
Excerpt: Our home internet router is from Frontier. We currently pay for the 30-35 speed and I receive using an ethernet connection, about 20-25 speed. My wife has been getting about 10-15 speed using wireless. I looked at the reviews on this site and they looked very good. I spoke with the Staples salesman, and he said that this unit would give you at least the speed that your router supplies out for signal.
Excerpt: I HAD BEEN WATCHING FOR A RANGE EXTENDER to be on sale that looked like it would do what I wanted. The picture looked like it was good quality. Several of the extenders looked like they plugged directly into a wall outlet. I didn't want anything that would "hog" the entire outlet and I didn't have a wall outlet available where the WiFi worked.
Excerpt: I have purchased others this by far was the best one I pickup. It was easy to setup and it found signal and boosted them so that the other part of the large house could get good wifi reception. helped to increase the wifi signal in the weak areas as well and areas without signal. the construction is stone brick and steel and was able to get to all areas needed.