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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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  • 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.

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

    • 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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