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I have a similar requirement, but for Shelly1 WiFi relays to control a remote gate. I ended up with the extender in a waterproof box high up under the eve of the house, about 30 feet from the indoor WiFi router. It works fine. So go with height to reach 170 feet.
Simon Chadwick
· October 16, 2020
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My understanding of the Ethernet port:...if you have an Ethernet plug in your garage you can connect the wifi (extender/Access Point) to the ethernet port of the TP-Link (cable not included) to get better wifi coverage in your garage.
NMose
· June 1, 2022
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I dont know what a "differentiations" network is.
But I called Apple since my computer kept going to "MOM WIFI" , but my Mom's Wifi does not have the range to reach my apartment, which is about 50 feet away!
So I called Apple and the Tech guy said I have to delete "MOM WIFI" from the Network List. I said I DONT see … see more
I dont know what a "differentiations" network is.
But I called Apple since my computer kept going to "MOM WIFI" , but my Mom's Wifi does not have the range to reach my apartment, which is about 50 feet away!
So I called Apple and the Tech guy said I have to delete "MOM WIFI" from the Network List. I said I DONT see it on the list. Apple said there are TWO lists, and it's on the "List of Remembered Networks" deep inside the Computer, since my computer remembers when I lived with Mom, it was on the MOM WIFI Network!

So I went into "Advanced Settings" and deleted MOM WIFI from the List Of Remembered Networks!
Now, my computer only goes on MY network "Bob's iPhone Network" (I use my iPhone as a "Wifi Hot Spot"!

I hope this info helps you! see less
I dont know what a "differentiations" network is.
But I called Apple since my computer kept going to "MOM WIFI" , but my Mom's Wifi does not have the range to reach my apartment, which is about 50 feet away!
So I called Apple and the Tech guy said I have to delete "MOM WIFI" from the Network List. I said I DONT see it on the list. Apple said there are TWO lists, and it's on the "List of Remembered Networks" deep inside the Computer, since my computer remembers when I lived with Mom, it was on the MOM WIFI Network!

So I went into "Advanced Settings" and deleted MOM WIFI from the List Of Remembered Networks!
Now, my computer only goes on MY network "Bob's iPhone Network" (I use my iPhone as a "Wifi Hot Spot"!

I hope this info helps you!

ROBERT D.
· December 30, 2020
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Where you able to connect two extending the range further?
RichardMace
· August 10, 2022
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Depend what bands of your router it may have a APP to fhelp you setup that router so in the the APP you will find the WPS option.
Ryuuou
· December 13, 2020
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You can use a different wifi-name and password. However, this causes these devices to be set up as a completely separate network, which often breaks things like Google Home. You can also have issues when moving between rooms where your phone or laptop has to switch between the networks which can take a few seconds or m… see more You can use a different wifi-name and password. However, this causes these devices to be set up as a completely separate network, which often breaks things like Google Home. You can also have issues when moving between rooms where your phone or laptop has to switch between the networks which can take a few seconds or more.

Or, if you have a network printer connected to your router and a PC connected to the extender, your PC won't see the printer.

This it's recommended to match the Password to your router so it's a seamless network. According to the support person, you can change the wifi name at least, but I'm not sure if I'd recommend it. see less
You can use a different wifi-name and password. However, this causes these devices to be set up as a completely separate network, which often breaks things like Google Home. You can also have issues when moving between rooms where your phone or laptop has to switch between the networks which can take a few seconds or more.

Or, if you have a network printer connected to your router and a PC connected to the extender, your PC won't see the printer.

This it's recommended to match the Password to your router so it's a seamless network. According to the support person, you can change the wifi name at least, but I'm not sure if I'd recommend it.

Dad n Mom2
· April 6, 2022
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Lately
Eric…
· November 3, 2021
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Yes, as long as you set it up within 3 feet of the mifi router, it will extend your signal. Mine is set up this way, and doubled my signal range inside the house.
Sue B
· October 28, 2020
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No,it is 115AC only
India
· September 1, 2019
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If you have a existing wireless network this range extender will be able to work with that.
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TP-Link Support

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · October 18, 2019