TP-Link RE650

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TP-Link RE650
TP-Link RE650
2018-06-14 04:03:49
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Hi there,

I have 4 rooms with concrete walls. The WiFi reception is really bad in three of the rooms.

Can I connect 4 RE650 (one in each room) to make the WiFi accessible in all 4 rooms. The WiFI router is connected in one of the room, I am planning to connect 1 RE650 close to the WiFi Router and the other 3 RE650 will connected in the rest of the rooms with one in each room.

Can anyone comment if this will work?

Thanks.
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Re:TP-Link RE650
2018-06-15 19:38:29
If all the rooms are in a same power meter it's recommended to use wireless powerline extenders to help you extend wifi.
Those devices are transferred through poweline which won't be affected by the concrete walls.

Certainly, we can also consider RE650. If the room is not too large, we may share one RE650 with two rooms.
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Re:TP-Link RE650
2018-06-15 23:20:19

Anton L.Z. wrote

If all the rooms are in a same power meter it's recommended to use wireless powerline extenders to help you extend wifi.
Those devices are transferred through poweline which won't be affected by the concrete walls.

Certainly, we can also consider RE650. If the room is not too large, we may share one RE650 with two rooms.


Thank you for the prompt reply, any suggestion for the model of the Wireless Powerline Extenders to use? Thank you.
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2018-06-15 23:21:36
Thank you for the prompt reply. Any suggestion on the model of the Wireless Powerline Extenders to use? Thanks
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