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TP-Link AC1900 Dual-Band Wireless Range Extender

TP-Link AC1900 Dual-Band Wireless Range Extender
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Description
Give it a boost. Expand your wireless network up to 10,000 square feet with the TP-Link AC1900 dual-band wireless range extender. Three dual-band external antennas work together to eliminate dead zones from your home, while greatly increasing the reach of your Wi-Fi signal. From TP-Link.

Wireless capability may require a network connection, accessories, and/or a service fee.

  • Includes RE580D wireless Wi-Fi range extender with power adapter, ethernet cable, three detachable antennas, and quick-installation guide
  • 1.0GHz dual-core processor
  • 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless frequencies; up to combined 1.9Gbps speed
  • Dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi
  • Expands Wi-Fi network by up to 10,000 sq ft
  • Three dual-band external antennas
  • Supports secure wireless encryption using WPA or WPA2 security
  • Beamforming technology
  • High-speed mode
  • Access control
  • Range extender, reset, LED, and power buttons
  • Five gigabit ethernet ports
  • Measures approximately 9-1/2"W x 6-3/8"D x 1-3/4"H
  • UL listed; 2-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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TP-Link AC1900 Dual-Band Wireless Range Extender is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work as expected I've had this range extender for about 6 months to extend the range of a TP-Link Archer AC2600 router. The extender has given me problems with trying to maintain a continuous connection to my router. I constantly have to re-enter my router password multiple times to connect to the router while the range extender is part of the network, and sometimes I get an "incorrect password" message. When I remove the range extender from the network, I have no problem connecting to the router. I have WOW cable with 100 megabit internet, and I'm lucky to get a 30-40 megabit connection with the range extender on the network. Without the range extender, it's usually well over 100 megabits. So, I'm going to have to look for a different range extender from another manufacturer. I purchased this range extender because I've always had good luck with TP-Link products, and the AC2600 router is no exception. It's a great router. The range extender, not so much.
Date published: 2017-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Range Extender I enjoyed using this range extender to help get rid of dead spots in my coverage. Visually it's a really nice looking extender with the pattern resembling a carbon fiber look on top with the grey/silver band around the extender. Set up was easy and painless. The device performed well helping smart devices that are very far from my main router have solid connectivity. I also used the high speed mode which does seem to boost available bandwidth when needed. Disclaimer: Submitted as part of a free sample program
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Expand Wi-Fi Coverage & Add up to 4 Hardwired Devices Disclaimer: Submitted as part of a free sample program. I had the perfect setup to review/test this product. I needed to hardwire a Smart TV, Xbox One S & a computer. The problem is, I only had Wi-Fi as a connectivity. After a very easy setup process, the Extender was online & working perfectly. I then simply connected the devices up to the Extender's 4 Ethernet ports & suddenly the problem was completely solved. The performance is outstanding & has been completely reliable.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from TP-Link RE580D- Best solution yet for my Wi-Fi Dead Spots!! Our house is a two-story, with the internet cable modem and router located in one corner of the lower level. My worst dead spots are in the upstairs master bedroom (for video streaming at night), and my wife's computer desk in the laundry room (for shopping!!). The RE580D works great with my (1900AC) router to solve these two worst locations challenges! The RE580D has a size and form similar to a typical router, and it far out-performs the other, smaller, less obvious alternatives I have tried. It is extremely easy to set up, using the WPS button or manual setup. You can set the RE580D up in high speed mode, using either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz band for connecting to the main router and using the remaining (5GHz or 2.4GHz) band for the extended network connection to your devices. The RE580D also has five gigabit Ethernet ports, supported by either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz band from the router. The RE580D uses the same channels as the as the primary router for each band (2.4GHz or 5GHz) in extending the network, so it can take some trial and error to find the true sweet spot for locating the RE580D for optimum performance. The on-board "Intelligent Signal Indicator" LED is helpful, but I used InSSIDer to measure the actual signal strength at my key computer locations as I adjusted the RE580D location. I have found that placing the RE580D in my bedroom TV cabinet and connecting my bedroom HTPC directly to the RE580D Ethernet port (using the 5GHz feed) is the best solution for maximizing coverage for all problem devices and computers. Using this setup, my file transfer speeds are 112.5 Mbps (write) and 298.9Mbps (read) when testing file transfer speeds by writing to a test folder on my network server. The (extended) router signal has improved dramatically to -25dB with the RE580D located and used in this manner. No more buffering delays! My wife's computer speeds also improve from 9.6Mbps/18.9Mbps (on the original router network) to 38.5Mbps/56.8Mbps with the RE580D. It's Great!
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Range, Easy setup I received this unit as part of the TP-Link Beta program. I am using this range extender in conjunction with by archer c-3200 router. This makes for a killer combination. I had one area on the 3rd story of my home where I was unable to get a reliable and fast internet connection. After setting this up according to the excellent set of instructions that came with it I now enjoy super fast internet in all areas of my home with ZERO dead zones. So far this range extender is working great. In addition to being an excellently working device its also very aesthetically pleasing., easy to install and configure and works very well with my other TP-Link gear I have installed. This unit should work equally well with non TP-link devices also. TP link has again hit it out of the park with this one. I cant wait to see what they come out with next!
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast extender I've been using TP-Link networking products almost exclusively lately as I've been getting great performance with them. My latest wireless router is TP-Link's Archer C3200. The router is certainly fast. Though I do not get to max it out when using the Internet, it handily serves up requests from all of my household devices (20+) at or above my 50Mbps. One problem is that it is located in the corner on the first floor of my home. Due to this I get spotty coverage on the opposite side of the house on the second floor. I contemplated relocating the router to a more central position, but there is no way to do it subtly. As such, a repeater was the way to go. I have been using an TP-Link RE210 without issue. It's setup wasn't too bad, though there were a few hiccups and once it was setup, I never had to touch it again. More and more I have been streaming videos in my house from a central file server. It seemed we may have been maxing out the bandwidth on the RE210. Enter the TP-Link RE580D, the RE580D more than doubles the bandwidth of the RE210. Whereas the RE210 supports up to 433Mbps on 5GHz and up to 300Mbps on 2.4GHz, the RE580D supports up to 1300Mbps on 5GHz and up to 600Mbps on 2.4GHz. The RE580D is the fastest repeater available. As a power user, I am never a fan of the quick setup wizards offered by network component manufacturers. There are always features or tweaks that I need to do that are outside of the quick setup process. However, the RE580D proved me wrong. I plugged the repeater in, connected my laptop to it and within a few steps, and about 5 minutes in total, the repeater was up and running exactly as I needed it. I've been running this for about a month and it has been rock solid. The speeds are more than adequate to stream multiple video streams simultaneously without issue. Some other reviewers have noted that if you choose to use the same SSIDs as your route
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing range extender for sure! I have used many range extender trying to get rid of dead spots or slow connection so my kids can stream movies anywhere in our house but none do justice to the RE580D. I was amazed as how easy this was to hook up and configure. The range is amazing. I now have no dead spots and full bars even many feet outside of my home. All of the wall plug extenders that i have only had one RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet plugs but the RE580D has 5. Its like having a second full router in the house now. I like that this unit can be used on a desktop in flat position or you can add the included foot to stand the unit upright on its side. It also has wall mount holes on the back of the unit to free up room on your computer desk if needed. If you need to extend your wireless network then the RE580D is guaranteed to do the trick. This unit would also make a great Christmas present for a friend or family member that needs the extra wireless range and coverage. This is an honest review submitted as part of a free sample program.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Please extend your range! You family will thank you later!! TP-Link RE580D AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Range Extender Starting with setup of the access point, it was easy to understand and get going. The quick web based setup helped me right along. With the Dual-band support all of my devices worked well while connected. I decided to try this in the garage to extend the range into another room and maybe outside for when I am doing yard work. I did how ever use a new name for the SSID so I knew to which WiFi I was connected to. This would give me a way to test this new access point independent of the current WiFi I had. This one was named "Back_Deck", anyway I have been using it for a streaming station out in back yard as well as a bunch of kids connecting to it with the school's Ipads, and laptops. They do play a lot of games and constantly watch YouTube videos, the RE580D held up the demands of all the content we could throw at it, and yet still wanted more. After testing, I have found that the Dual-Band is really a great new thing, with 2 distinct bands all devices seem to almost have their own path back and forth to internet. We have over 25 wireless devices and I am sure most people with larger families are pushing the limits of the current routers and adding an access point will make a huge difference. Overall I am very satisfied with this product and would recommend for family members. I am just a normal DAD just like you. If I can set the new TP-Link products up you can too, and they just flat out work.
Date published: 2016-11-28
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