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    Opinions on Netgear accespoints

    This is a discussion on Opinions on Netgear accespoints within the Wireless / Adapters forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I am thinking of buying one of these two netgear products to help extend my wireless since the signal upstairs ...

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      Opinions on Netgear accespoints

      I am thinking of buying one of these two netgear products to help extend my wireless since the signal upstairs is too low to do anything, i was just wondering if people had opinions/experience with these and wether they would work with the sky router:
      The WPN802
      Amazon.co.uk: Netgear WPN802 RangeMax Wireless Access Point: Electronics & Photo
      or the WPN824
      Amazon.co.uk: Netgear RangeMax WPN824 MIMO-G Wireless Router: Electronics & Photo


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      Re: Opinions on Netgear accespoints

      They will work fine.
      I would also consider the WPN802 which is a lot cheaper, and likely to work just as well.

     

     

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