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Amped Wireless High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender (REC10)


Amped Wireless High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender (REC10)


The High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender expands the range of any 802.11b/g/n wireless network by repeating the signal from a wireless router and redistributing it in a new “extended” location. The REC10 is equipped with advanced dual 600mW amplifiers and a high gain 2dBi detachable antenna to extend Wi-Fi coverage by a staggering 6,500 sq ft. Its elegant, plug-in design allows it to be discreetly installed within a home or office to provide Wi-Fi coverage for all your rooms and backyard. Enjoy the freedom of using your laptop, tablet or smartphone throughout your entire property. The Range Extender also includes a wired port for connecting and bridging an additional network device, such as a PC or TV, to your Wi-Fi network. The REC10 works with any brand of Wi-Fi router and is simply the smallest, high power, universal Wi-Fi range extender available.

  • Extreme Range: Extend the range of any wireless network
  • Dual 600 mW amplifiers easily penetrate walls and eliminate Wi-Fi dead spots
  • Elegant and compact plug-in design installs discreetly in any room
  • High Speed Wi-Fi makes streaming HD video and web surfing a breeze
  • Universal: Works with all brands of routers and service provider gateways

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  1. 28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple and effective, May 3, 2013
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    M. Laird “amazombie” (nyc) –
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    This review is from: Amped Wireless High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender (REC10) (Personal Computers)

    We needed a boost to our wifi signal after moving our router to a new location. First we purchased a new ‘long range’ router that didn’t improve anything for us. So we returned that, plugged our old router back in, bought this, plugged it in, walked through 5 mins of set ups…and poof… we have full strength signals in every single room of our 2400 sq ft house. Perfect answer and well worth the $!

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  2. 22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    REC10 Wi-Fi Range Extender, May 15, 2013
    By 
    Dennis P. Vasey (Naples, Florida) –

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    This review is from: Amped Wireless High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender (REC10) (Personal Computers)

    If computers had been available when I was a child, that experience would have been lost!

    My home network was slow and I spent time looking for an easy to use, effective, range extender. There was a short article and how to movie on Google Reader Play about the REC10.

    Ordered one from Amazon and they promised delivery May 15, 2013 and delivered. The instructions were clear and set-up went smoothly. The most interesting challenge was locating the right plug. I had no idea my wife dislikes visual clutter–she wants Internet speed and no visual clutter.

    The extender is out-of-sight and out-of-mind but the improvement is wonderful.

    I called Tech Support and was assisted by Ryan who took me through my settings. Retracing my steps I discovered, once again, that I am not good entering information and once my password was correctly entered the network was available for all of my devices.

    If you want a range extender and excellent Tech Support choose an Amped|Wireless product. You’ll like the Amped Wireless High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender (REC10)!

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not trivial, works in many situations, but not all, so make sure you understand what this does and what it does not do, July 10, 2013
    By 
    Trailman (Medfield, MA USA) –

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    This review is from: Amped Wireless High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender (REC10) (Personal Computers)

    Before you buy this device, make sure you understand its limitations and make sure that it will meet your needs.

    In situations where a single access point cannot cover a large enough area, e.g. in a large office, a variety of technologies is available to extend the coverage, either wired or wirelessly.
    Repeaters are one option where it is not possible to combine multiple access points to form a mesh network. The objective is obviously to create a single large network where the individual cells are transparent to the client, i.e. where the client will switch between access points without the user noticing a service interruption. This requires that all stations share the same SSID.

    This is not what this device does. The Amped support staff calls the REC10 a repeater in forum posts, but I think that it is in fact not a repeater but a range extender, and these terms are not synonymous. The difference is not just semantical, because a range extender spans up its own network, i.e. you have a separate SSID, separate security settings, and as a result have multiple wireless networks. A mobile device that is moved between the coverage areas of those networks will not be able to seamlessly switch between them, but rather require user interaction. The REC10 tries to intelligently merge the IP address ranges of the home network and the extended network by providing its own DHCP server for wireless clients. This is configurable, but not very intuitive, because the settings for the DHCP client and server are lumped together and the details are not documented (“for advanced users”). I have not been able to get my desired configuration working. I would like the device to have a static IP in the home network and serve IP addresses to its DHCP clients from a separate range, or at least forward requests to my home network DHCP server. When I set DHCP to “server” and configured the IP addresses accordingly, it did not work. “Auto” works, but then the device has a dynamic IP address in my home network and I cannot create rules for it in the firewall.
    Also, this appears to be causing problems with certain types of routers or other devices in your network. Read the Amped support forum for more details. There is apparently a known set of configurations that will not work. Comcast routers are mentioned repeatedly as unsupported. The fact that Amped has not published unsupported configurations is a frequent source of criticism.

    That said, for many this might still suffice. I plan to use this device temporarily to provide better wireless service in the back yard and around the pool. It will not be plugged in unless I want to sit outside or we have guests.

    Setting up the device was not as straight-forward as one would hope, but this was mostly my own fault. I have a schedule on the home WLAN that turns the kids’ devices off after 9pm so that they sleep and don’t surf or watch Netflix in bed. Because the REC10 obtained an IP address from my DHCP server that was not in the list of exceptions, it would not connect to the home network. It took a couple of hours to figure this out – the diagnostic features are limited. Once I gave it a static IP in my wireless network, I was able to add it to the list of devices that are allowed on my home WLAN without time restrictions.

    A minor annoyance is the fact that the administration website (at http://setup.ampedwireless.com) always wants to redirect to http://setup.ampedwireless.com, even when you access it from the home network via its home network wireless IP (a static IP in my case). This can be convenient if I want to check or change the configuration from my desktop that is on a wired connection. When I browse to the IP address, the home page briefly appears, but then attempts to redirect me to http://setup.ampedwireless.com, which of course does not work from the home network. I had to add it to my hosts file before I was able to use the web interface this way.

    The biggest obstacle in configuring the device is that it reacts to sluggishly to changes. Some things appear to take forever until they become effective, and there was at times a discrepancy between what the web interface showed and what I observed. For example, when the web interface says that there is no connection to the home network, but I am verifyably connected to the REC10 and get fresh web pages served from the Internet, then this is not good.

    One potentially attractive aspect of having a separate WLAN for me is the ability to separate clients based on time restrictions. If all the kids devices use the extended network and all my devices use the home network, I don’t need to manage individual IP addresses anymore for the firewall rule and can just create a schedule for the REC10’s IP address. But this will require that it remains online all the time, so I will have to weigh the pros and cons.

    I cannot comment on performance and…

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