Question I need advice for a wired router extender

Apr 16, 2020
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So, basically, in my home, the walls are pretty thick and I was looking on the internet for a good router that I can use as a wired router extender. I tried using a wireless access point and it doesn't work well. I don't know a whole lot with router and everything so if I can find something easy to install it would be pretty nice. we have 30 mbps so we don't need a lot of that just a good one that can cover the remaining area of the house that isn't covered. Is there a router that you can just plug in with the other router and it will work and needs no configuration?
Thanks
 

Ralston18

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If at all possible, stay with the same manufacturer. Technically not necessary but if something goes wrong or is otherwise astray each manufacturer will blame the other.

Here is a link that should prove useful:

https://www.linksys.com/id/support-article?articleNum=136548

[Edited to correct above link.]

And more specifically:

https://www.linksysextendersetupinfo.com/index.php/linksys/extender/Linksys-Extender-RE6300-Setup/5

Sketch it out, plan it out, work through the configuration settings and options. Especially the IP address assignment.

Do you have the User Manual for your ea6300?

If not:

https://www.linksys.com/ca/support-article?articleNum=139826
 
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Apr 16, 2020
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If at all possible, stay with the same manufacturer. Technically not necessary but if something goes wrong or is otherwise astray each manufacturer will blame the other.

Here is a link that should prove useful:

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-psus,4229.html

And more specifically:

https://www.linksysextendersetupinfo.com/index.php/linksys/extender/Linksys-Extender-RE6300-Setup/5

Sketch it out, plan it out, work through the configuration settings and options. Especially the IP address assignment.

Do you have the User Manual for your ea6300?

If not:

https://www.linksys.com/ca/support-article?articleNum=139826
you sent me a link about power supplys lol but thanks I will check the other links
 

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