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NETGEAR - N750 Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router with 4-Port Ethernet Switch

Enjoy fast Internet access with this NETGEAR N750 dual-band wireless-N Gigabit router that features data transfer rates up to 750 Mbps, so you can easily stream high-definition content. Four Ethernet ports allow expanded connectivity options.
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Questions & Answers for NETGEAR - N750 Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router with 4-Port Ethernet Switch

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will this router work with my laptop using verizon dsl

1 month ago
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answer 1
I'm not sure, I would think so as I have mine connected to my cable internet connection box. Hope this helps.
3 weeks, 5 days ago
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jbphil77
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Warner Robins, GA
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answer 2
Yes, this router will work with your laptop.
1 month ago
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2nd router for home

I was wondering, can 2 routers can be in the same house? I currently have a router through my cable company but the wifi does not cover the whole house. My TV room has very little, sometimes no wifi at all. Can a 2nd router be installed in my TV room? I would love to have one to streamline movies/video from my Roku & Amazon.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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Leogirl817
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answer 1
What you need is a range extender
6 days ago
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Sanchezson07
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answer 2
You should actually buy a WIFI extender such as a Netgear Model: WN2000RPT-100NAS. It works with your existing WIFI and eliminates any possible conflicts.
2 weeks, 6 days ago
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Dave
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Warner Robins, GA
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answer 3
Currently I have two different wifi with two different names and passwords which they work at same time in my APT. I used the one which came from the internet provider and I bought another WIFI router devices with long cable so it work via the main router which is the internet source and connect it with the new device and worked with no problems. For me the new device which I bought is way better, so the answer to your question yes you can have two routers at once.
1 month ago
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KenAlen
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KC, MO
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answer 4
Get a Net Gear Range Extender,, I just seen one on sale this week, something like $50.00, this should do the job.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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Greenbayr
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Oklahoma City
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answer 5
Yes, You can install a second router in the home. You could get a range booster for the current router. You could also get a Better router like a NETGEAR - N750 Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router with 4-Port Ethernet Switch which would give you better signal for the whole house and mostly increase your thought-put over all. Do to the face the wireless/modems from service providers are no the best for wireless speeds. (Fun fact. Charter offers a wireless router but does not support the wifi only hardwire and does not guarantee any connection speed with it.)
3 months, 1 week ago
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TopEndComputing
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St. Charles MO
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answer 6
I don't know about 2 routers, don't think you can, but you can get a range extender that will boost your signal and give you greater range.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Woody
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answer 7
Get a range extender. It adds the extra distance that you want. Otherwise get a router that has a greater range.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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sre520
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Wichita, KS
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answer 8
yes - I am having no problem streaming.
5 months, 1 week ago
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mARGARET
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answer 9
Wireless Extenders are very convenient but it's unreliable IMO due to relying on a weak signal. To get the most reliable connection, you can get a 2nd router and configure it as AP like the first answer or the easiest is to buy a dedicated WAP such as Ubiquity UniFi AP Pro.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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answer 10
Setup the router as a wireless access point. Option is under advanced, advanced setup, wireless AP. This sets the device in bridge mode greatly simplifying the network setup.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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Bubba
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Garland,TX
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answer 11
Just add a wireless extender. cheap and easy
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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rbwright22
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Salinas, CA
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For comcast

Do I need a cable modem before I purchase this router?
8 months ago
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answer 1
You only need a modem that works with your internet providers
6 months ago
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jcroush618
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Greenville, SC
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answer 2
Yes you need a modem to connect to the internet.
6 months ago
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PMGen
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answer 3
Yes, the router gets attached to the modem
6 months ago
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paula9
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New York, NY
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answer 4
Yes, either from your internet provider or buy your own. I recommend the Motorola SB6141. It's about $90 at Target or BB. You just call them and give them the # off it and they activate it. If you get one from comcast or whoever you have to rent it at $8/month.
6 months ago
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minnguy
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Bloomington, MN
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answer 5
Yes you need a router
7 months ago
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Quiltbug13
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clay ny
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answer 6
Presumably, yes. Or you would need some form of a modem provided by your ISP (Internet Service Provider)
7 months ago
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MBerg0707
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South Bay, California
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answer 7
Best buy said I did but it depends on your Internet Service Provider. (ISP)
7 months ago
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hagar444
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tyler tx
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answer 8
yes.
modem then router
8 months ago
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mack3964
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Rochester,MN
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answer 9
Yes
8 months ago
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damnd00d
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Tampa, FL
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answer 10
We did have one with Charter.
8 months ago
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Cquack
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Fond du Lac
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answer 11
This is just a router, therefore it DOES require a cable modem.

It is not a combo cable modem + router, though those are available.
8 months ago
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DaveT65
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Rochester, NY
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