Netgear EX7000 AC1900 Nighthawk Wi-Fi Range Extender

BH #NEEX7000100N • MFR #EX7000-100NAS
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Netgear EX7000 AC1900 Nighthawk Wi-Fi Range Extender
Key Features
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi Technology
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Standards
  • Dual Band 2.4GHz/5GHz Frequencies
  • 5 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
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With enhanced 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology, the EX7000 AC1900 Nighthawk Wi-Fi Range Extender from NETGEAR supports wireless data transfer rates of up to 1900Mbps. In addition to 802.11ac technology, this range extender also supports 802.11a/b/g/n networking standards so you can connect nearly any Wi-Fi enabled device to the network. With dual band functionality, you can allocate tasks such as email and web browsing to the 2.4GHz frequency leaving the less congested 5GHz frequency for more bandwidth intensive jobs such as streaming multimedia content, gaming, and more. The EX7000 sports three external antennas for maximum wireless coverage as well as five Gigabit Ethernet ports for a range of network connection options. You can even connect USB compatible peripherals such as hard drives and printers to your network via the integrated USB 3.0 port located on the back of the range extender.
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Netgear EX7000 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Extended Range & Enhanced Performance
  • 3Stream Multimedia Content
  • 4Mobility

With enhanced 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology, the EX7000 AC1900 Nighthawk Wi-Fi Range Extender from NETGEAR supports wireless data transfer rates of up to 1900Mbps. In addition to 802.11ac technology, this range extender also supports 802.11a/b/g/n networking standards so you can connect nearly any Wi-Fi enabled device to the network. With dual band functionality, you can allocate tasks such as email and web browsing to the 2.4GHz frequency leaving the less congested 5GHz frequency for more bandwidth intensive jobs such as streaming multimedia content, gaming, and more. The EX7000 sports three external antennas for maximum wireless coverage as well as five Gigabit Ethernet ports for a range of network connection options. You can even connect USB compatible peripherals such as hard drives and printers to your network via the integrated USB 3.0 port located on the back of the range extender.

Extended Range & Enhanced Performance

• Extreme dual band WiFi speed-up to 1900Mbps
• Dual Core 1GHz processor enables max WiFi performance
• 700mW high power amplifiers for extreme range
• 3 External antennas for maximum signal coverage
• FastLane technology improves performance using both WiFi bands

Stream Multimedia Content

• 5 x Gigabit ports to connect wired devices like smart TVs and game consoles to WiFi
• Access Point mode creates a WiFi hotspot using a wired Ethernet connection
• USB 3.0 for up to 10 times faster access to your stored media
• DLNA to play your media on TVs and game consoles
• Access scheduling for parental controls

Mobility

• Whole home Wi-Fi coverage for your mobile devices
• High-powered amplifiers and external antennas increase range
• Print from an iPad or iPhone-Make nearly any printer AirPrint compatible
• Optimize your Wi-Fi network with the Wi-Fi Analytics app for Android
• Web browser based settings accessible on most devices
UPC: 606449105582

Netgear EX7000 Specs

Wireless
Wireless Frequency Bands2.4 GHz, 5 GHz Dual-Band
Number of Antennas3
WLAN ModeWi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Antenna PlacementExternal (Unspecified Connection Type)
Interface
Ports1 x 5 Gb/s USB Type-A
5 x 10/100/1000 Mb/s Gigabit Ethernet (RJ45)
Security
Wireless SecurityWEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
Management
Throughput1900 Mb/s Total
 
Hardware
Processor1 GHz Dual-Core
Supported IEEE Standards802.11ac, 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
General
Dimensions9.92 x 6.85 x 1.22" / 252 x 174 x 31 mm
Weight1.44 lb / 654 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.83 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.35 x 10.35 x 3.3"
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Can I connect an ethernet cable from my network ...

Can I connect an ethernet cable from my network which has connection to the internet via AT&T to the ex7000 in the garage 75 feet away to provide a 100% signal to the ex7000 so it can then send out a 100% solid wi-fi signal? Currently not having an ethernet cat5e cable it is not putting out that great of a boost because it is a bit too far away from my AT&T wifi box in the house.
Asked by: Robert
Yes, you can hardwire the Netgear EX7000 AC1900 Nighthawk Wi-Fi Range Extender BH #NEEX7000100N.
Answered by: Miguel
Date published: 2020-12-01

Do the Wi Fi range extenders are compatible with ...

Do the Wi Fi range extenders are compatible with 220 volts?
Asked by: Andres
Yes, this product is dual voltage.
Answered by: Nilson D
Date published: 2020-10-01

where do place your whi fi extender?

where do place your whi fi extender?
Asked by: WILL
It will ultimately come down to the layout of your home but a good rule of thumb is to put it somewhere in the middle between the area where you need to extend to and where your router is located.
Answered by: Miguel
Date published: 2020-09-30

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What is the transfer speeds?
Asked by: Pierce
The speed you'll get out of the EX7000 depends very much on building layout & construction and how you've configured the device. My experience is that the extended network's speed is highly sensitive to small changes in the position of the EX7000 and the orientation of its 3 antennas, as well as the location of the client device. I've got the the EX7000 positioned about 6 feet from the primary wi-fi router, on the other side of a brick wall. It repeats both 2.4 & 5 GHz and is set to maximum power. Using a speed test app on my iPhone (measures the speed between the phone and an external speed test server), here are upload/ download speeds at various locations around the building. The baseline is 52 Mbps up & down directly through the primary wi-fi router. Upstairs, 60 - 80 feet from the EX7000, with a brick wall or two in between, download varies from 52 Mbps down to 33 Mbps, and upload 23 to 32 Mbps depending on location in the room. Downstairs, about 100 - 120 feet away and though 4 brick walls, I get a download speed of 10 and upload of 3 Mbps.I haven't ever tried measuring purely local LAN speeds because we just don't have much local traffic.
Answered by: David F.
Date published: 2019-10-09

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I'm living in a rv park as I move around. The park has WiFi, what product is good for picking up their signal and boast it.and send the wifi signal to wifi printers laptops iPads and smart tv's all wireless?
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Date published: 2018-08-26
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