out of stock NetGear EX6200 AC1200 Wi-Fi Range Extender $91.17 Shipped @ MSY (Instructions Attached on How to Order)


Hi All,

I was looking to buy a new wifi range extender with sufficient Ethernet ports. This Netgear EX6200 is a decent one. It is listed for ~$150+ elsewhere. Full specs can be found here https://www.netgear.com.au/home/products/networking/wifi-ran...

P.S. Please follow the instructions below on how to order:
1. Visit https://www.msy.com.au/wifi-boosters-ap/13267-netgear-ex6200...
2. Click on "close" from the pop-up notification window.
3. "add to cart"

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  • -2 votes

    I had one of these pre Orbi releasing… I strongly suggest you spend that money elsewhere.


      Thanks mate was so close to buying one. Just curios what was bad about it?


        Can half your bandwidth.

        These sorta devices are borderline obselete now. Better off replacing your main router with atleast a 2 unit mesh, add some switches and you'll have a far better experience.

        If you can connect them via Ethernet….even better. Everyone's house is different though.

        EOP devices would more often be better than this too.

        • +1 vote

          Have to agree not worth the money. I’ll definitely won’t go back to wifi extender after trying mesh wifi.

    • +1 vote

      I agree Orbi is more performant than ex6200. It supports a higher speed of AC2200 or above and mesh WiFi (so can have one SSID for all). I have a medium size house and 100Mbps internet speed, EX6200 is more than enough to handle and I prefer to have less wifi output power (for safety sake). I only set up 75% for my EX6200 (Previously I had an EX7000, I set it up for 50%). If you have a bigger house, Orbi is worth trying (or the Google Wifi one), although their price is 2-3 times more than that of EX6200.


      Geez all the tender hearts are easily offended tonight. Why don't you comment instead saying why it's a great purchase…. I had one, I've had Orbi, Google Wifi, AI Mesh, EOP…. This isn't close.


    Nothing wrong with extenders in the right application. If you're planning on running a heap of devices off it then it may struggle and bog down but I see 85-95mbps thru my extender in a fairly large house. Ethernet off my router sees 90-100mbps speed testing at the same time so there's very little in it. Can always run it thru a powerline adaptor if you are worried about the back link slowing down and can't run ethernet.


    you can turn this into a wan-router by installing dd-wrt, used one for years with my ftth nbn

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