NETGEAR Wi-Fi Range Extender EX3700 - Coverage Up to 1000 Sq Ft and 15 Devices with AC750 Dual Band Wireless Signal Booster & Repeater (Up to 750Mbps Speed), and Compact Wall Plug Design
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- Extended wireless coverage: Adds WiFi range coverage up to 1000 square feet, and connects up to 15 devices such as laptops, smartphones, speakers, IP cameras, tablets, IoT devices, and more
- AC750 WIFI speed: Provides up to 750Mbps performance using dual band and patented FastLane technology
- Universal compatibility: works with any wireless router, gateway, or cable modem with wifi. The product may not be compatible with routers or gateways with firmware that has been altered, is based on open source programs, or is non standard or outdated
- Wired Ethernet port: Simply plug in game consoles, streaming players, or other nearby wired devices using the one 10/100M port for maximum speed
- Safe & secure: Supports WEP and WPA/WPA2 wireless security protocols
- Simple to setup: Press the WPS button to connect to your router. Use the NETGEAR WiFi Analyzer app for optimal location
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Discrete Wall Plug Design
Plug into a wall outlet for a sleek solution that extends your router's range and stays out of sight.
Smart Connect up to 15 Devices
Intelligently selects between dual bands to minimize interference and maximize speed for your smart wireless devices.
Connect to your existing router with one button press, connect devices to your network, and you’re done.
Connect a Wired Device, Too
One 10/100M Ethernet port lets you easily connect a nearby wired device for faster transfer and uninterrupted connection.
Works with any WiFi router for hassle-free reliability.
|WiFi Range & Performance||Good||Better||Better||Best||Ultimate|
|Added WiFi Coverage||1,200 sq.ft.||1,500 sq.ft.||2,000 sq.ft.||2,100 sq.ft.||2,800 sq.ft.|
|# Connected Devices||Up to 20||Up to 25||Up to 32||Up to 35||Up to 55|
|Bandwidth||Dual-Band Up to 750Mbps||Dual-Band Up to 1200Mbps||Dual-Band Up to 1750Mbps||Dual-Band Up to 1900Mbps||Tri-Band Up to 3000Mbps|
|Best for Internet Speed||Up to 20Mbps||Up to 25Mbps||Up to 50Mbps||Up to 100Mbps||Up to 1000Mbps|
|Seamless Roaming with One WiFi Name||✓||✓||✓|
|Tri-band for 2x Speed||✓|
|Universal Router Compatibility||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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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. Troubleshooting 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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Speed test results (with Gigabit internet service):
Regular WiFi: 279M down; 41M up.
2G extender: 156M down; 42M up.
5G extender: 122M down, 41M up.
The range extender has a much stronger signal, but is close to half the speed!
Total waste of money.
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 to enter your password that you use on your Internet provider on the new extender and log into it and try both the 2.5ghz and the 5ghz and save both of them and you should see the Device light on the extender light up to green.
When you have done the complete install with the WPS feature on your main router then you ready to move it to the other side of the house but don't move it to far because you mighy not get a strong signal. Mine is about 20ft from my main router and it covers this old stone wall farmhouse perfect.
The last thing you want to do is hit the WPS button on your router again and hit the WPS button on the extender again and if there within a good distance of each other and all lights are green then you should be up and running but if there not green then you will have to move it closer to your main router.
If your main router doesn't have a WPS option on it then you might have to call netgear online support to help you out because I didn't find another way to install it correctly.
Another thing is if the power ever does go our just sync them back up with the WPS button and wait like 5mins and it will work again because you already did all the setup.
I leave mine on 24/7 and it runs a little warm here and there but that's normal and I have never had any issues except power outages from thunder storms.
Hope this helps someone else but every Internet providers router might be different but I'm using the new Comcast router on the triple play with the works.
If you finally get to the setup assistant you will be asked questions you have no clue how to answer because they're all in tech-speak. Why is it necessary to call a password a "network key"? Why don't you just say "password"? "Make sure your computer is set up to use DHCP". Really. I'll get right on that. I've been using personal computers for 30 years and have never seen the term "DHCP" and have no idea how to check that my computer is set up to use it, but since you bring it up, why don't you tell me how to "make sure" of that? Worthless. The whole instruction guide is like that and the setup assistant is worse by far. And hey, did you know that "WPS does not support WEP network security"? Who cares, if you don't know what either of those things are and if they don't tell you how to determine which your wifi has? The manual will tell you things like, "Click the Next button and the status screen displays". Wrong. Like a lot of the other steps. You know what happens when you click Next? The setup assistant completely vanishes and you end up back on NetGear's main web page. You are not offered something logical for the next step in the process, like a log-in setup option, or a flashing neon sign that says "setup complete" or any information on the status of the device you think you maybe might have possibly just set up. Nothing. Here's our web page. Enjoy this total lack of feedback about what you were just trying to accomplish and whether it worked or not.
No idea whether their phone tech support is any good or not because I put the device back in the box and printed a return label, but phone support is good for only 90 days anyway. Besides, you have to register the product first--so they can have your personal information and probably put you on 20,000 mailing lists for spam--before they'll give you access to the super-duper-secret-classified help line number. Never trust a company that won't give you free phone setup help in its instruction manual.
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Reviewed in Mexico on May 5, 2020
Reviewed in Mexico on July 22, 2018
Actualizo reseña, el producto es malo, no sé si este defectuoso pero la señal es intermitente, a veces funciona bien y otras no. Es un rollo configurarlo, lo tuve que reiniciar a ajustes de fabrica varias veces porque no logré echarlo a andar. Busquen otras opciones de TP link o tal vez Tenda, pero no compren esto.