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BUFFALO Wireless-AC Gigabit Router

BUFFALO Wireless-AC Gigabit Router

Buffalo AirStation 1750 Wireless 80211n 11ac Gigabit Dual Band Router WZRD1800HEU Networks Wireless Routers

  • Ethernet LAN connection: Y
  • Ethernet LAN data transfer rates: 10; 100; 1000
  • Cabling technology: 10/100/1000Base-T(X)
  • Wireless LAN connection: Y
  • Wireless LAN type: 802.11a; 802.11b; 802.11g; 80

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Question by jeff101297: How can i use 2 routers on 1 modem?
I have a wifi net work and half of my house has connection and half of it doesnt do im gonna buy another router and put it in my room so i can get connection in there but how exactly would i do that?

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Answer by David E
You do not get a router, you get a wireless extender like some of these http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_17?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=wireless+extender&x=0&y=0&sprefix=wireless+extender It is best to get the same brand extender as the router you have.

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What customers say about BUFFALO Wireless-AC Gigabit Router?

  1. you actually want a router that can go into a wireless repeater type mode. The router that I own will allow these types of modes. I own the Buffalo Technology Airstation Wireless N Nfiniti High power router.

  2. While there is a process where you can chain one router off another, the issue is that all the traffic from the second router only goes through one port on the first router. As a result anything on the second router will usually crawl.

    Since a wireless router sends it signal equally in all directions, why not see if there is a way that you can physically relocate the router to the center of house. Then its signal should be able to go in all directions and reach both ends of the house.

    It will probably meaning string some cable to get the router moved, but you would have to do the same thing to use a second router since it has to be hooked by a cable to the first one.

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