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Linksys N300 Dual Band Wireless Range Extender (RE2000)

  • Model Number: RE2000
  • WebID: 10241876
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Eliminate any wireless dead spots in your home with the Linksys Wireless Range Extender N300 Dual Band. It's an easy way to extend the range of your home WiFi network, and you can plug wired devices into it to connect them to your wireless network. You'll be able to enjoy fast data speeds up to 300Mbps on wireless N in either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands.

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  • Extend the range of your wireless network and get rid of any pesky dead spots

  • Universally compatible with all router brands and technologies

  • Get up to 300Mbps on wireless N in either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands

  • Traffic prioritization feature provides smoother video streaming

  • Can be placed on a table or plugged into an outlet

  • Plug a wired device into the fast Ethernet port to connect it to your wireless network

  • Enjoy the mobility to surf and play online games from anywhere in your home

  • Great for connecting smartphones, tablets, and laptops to the Internet

Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour -

For more information about the Manufacturer’s Warranty, please contact the manufacturer or visit their website.

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21 Customer Reviews for Linksys N300 Dual Band Wireless Range Extender (RE2000)

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  • from Calgary, AB
  • Jul 29, 2014

Buyer Beware

Unit worked for 4 months then packed it in, Linksys customer service is brutal, no help, claimed warranty expired even though the box said one year warranty.

  • from Montréal, QC
  • Jul 04, 2014

Definitely extends wi-fi

Have had the product for about a month so far and it works exactly as advertised. Previous areas of my home that had a weak to little to no wifi signal now have great wifi. The setup was easy. The only problem I have had was a bit of slow down regarding internet speed. A quick unplugging and re-plugging back in the extender solves this issue. A definite must buy if you need your wifi signal to reach parts of your home where the signal is weak or non-esixtent

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Jun 17, 2014

Doesn't work with Bell!

It caused my Bell Sagemcom modem to reboot and re-initialize itself. I had to take the product back; wish I had known this up front!

  • from Northern Ontario
  • Jun 12, 2014

5Ghz & 2.4Ghz Extended

Needed to extend the 5Ghz signal to the outdoor deck. Managed to extend both bands! I setup the unit manually by setting my pc to an IP of and subnet then I plugged the unit in and connected the included cable from it to my Pc. After opening a Web browser and typing in there was the Linksys setup screen prompting the username and password which you simply leave Username blank and password is admin. The first thing I did was updated the firmware on the extender which I downloaded and saved before I started to setup. The firmware is found at Linksys website and you'll need to know the version of the unit you bought which is found on the sticker of the unit. Mine is v2.0 as there is a Version 1 and 2 it appears. A scan of the available wireless networks is next then select the wireless you want to extend, in my case I did this process twice as I have a 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz wireless network. Saved each setting. Changed the default password from admin to something else so anyone who knows anything couldn't mess around with the extenders setup page. When everything was done I clicked reboot device, unplugged from the PC, changed the IP address again on my PC from the static of back to obtain IP automatically or use DHCP, moved the extender near the back of the house and Bob was my uncle! If you log into the unit by finding it's IP address you can check the signal that it's receiving from the main router that it'll extend. This is important because if the unit is only seeing 1 or 2 bars from the original signal it'll in essence only extend those bars but will be recognized as 5 full bars on your device obviously. Another way you can do this is walk around with your phone or laptop before plugging the extender in and going near a plug that gets at least 3 bars from the original signal and plugging the extender in there. At this point you'll in reality be extending 3 good bars of speed but will show up as 5 bars when you are in the area around the extender now. That's how this works for those that didn't get what these do. If you want a true 5 bars of signal to be rebroadcast then you'll need to install the repeater closer to the original signal or string a network cable to this location and setup a repeater or look into the next easier devices like the units that plug into the electrical outlet to create a wired connection using your existing house wiring. One unit is placed at your original router with a cable plugged to it, the other is placed literally where ever in your home and you then run a cable from it to a wireless repeater/extender. I'm happy what this device is giving us, 3 bars of 2.4Ghz and 4 bars of 5Ghz extended and yes of course it's showing 5 bars when we are in a decent range from the extender but it's not right! LOL.

  • from Saint-Albert, Qué
  • May 22, 2014

I do see an improvement ... but

The distance between the router and the remote, is not that great. But it improves.