Jun 08, 2020 · Extender (wireless repeater) mode enables you to connect a non-NETGEAR router to your Nighthawk router in order to extend your WiFi coverage. The non-NETGEAR router repeats your existing WiFi signal instead of broadcasting a new one. You can also use your Nighthawk router as an extender and a non-NETGEAR router as your main router.

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Mar 06, 2019 · After you have entered the extender’s IP address, the configuration page will open, and you should click wireless settings, enter your wireless network name in the SSID box, and then save. Next, click on wireless security, select the security type (like WEP), type in the password, and then save. Keep in mind that your options may be different

@Dieds . Yes, you will be able to by setting up WDS which pretty much turns a wireless band into a extender. This is definately not a user friendly setup, and is not the best solution, but since you do not want to just shelve the router it's worth trying to put it in some use.

Mar 19, 2020 · Using a Wi-Fi extender can help to fill in the gaps by taking your router’s existing Wi-Fi signal and rebroadcasting a fresh signal that’s aimed at the home’s unconnected nooks and crannies.