Is there any difference between a Netgear range extender and WiFi Booster?
Posted by stevenhenson on August 14th, 2019
As we all know that the internet has become an important aspect/part of our daily or day to day lives. No matter whether it’s an official work, online shopping, online banking, downloading stuff from the internet, playing games online, entertainment and a lot more, we acquire a strong, active, continuous, and uninterrupted internet connection.
With Netgear extender setup and with the help of a fast WiFi connection, we can use the internet from anywhere inside our home. But the condition is you have to place it closer to your WiFi router to acquire good internet speed. Though the router is the essential element of our home networking system, it isn't capable of spreading the internet range all over.
So, in this scenario, we must switch to a Netgear range extender.
Is there any difference between Netgear range extender and a WiFi booster?
The straight-away answer to this question is no. There is no difference between a Netgear range extender and a WiFi booster.
A Netgear WiFi extender, range expander, signal booster or WiFi repeater is used to extend the reach of your existing WiFi network and increase the range of your main router as well. Netgear range extender and WiFi booster both are the same. There is no difference between them.
How does a Netgear extender work?
To use a Netgear extender, we need to set it up with the home WiFi router first and after that, go through the Netgear WiFi range extender setup process.
New extender setup and installation
Note: If you are facing mywifiext.net login issues, then you can use default Netgear default IP address ie. 192.168.1.250. Also, make sure that the URL is entered correctly not into the search bar, but into the address bar field of your web browser.
Choosing a correct location to place your Netgear extender is important
Also, to make your router and the range extender up and running and to acquire live and active internet connection from them, make sure that the firmware on both the devices is of the latest and up-to-date version of the technology.
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