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    Default Re: Spark HG659b Modem Wi-Fi issues

    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    They are meant to Clone the Original Signal, or you can set it up so its different. Here the 3 wireless points are all named different (on purpose)

    Depending on the device as well, will depend on if they jump to the strongest. One other of my customers, the kids phone jumps to which ever is strongest, yet the parents their phones don't.

    Most wireless extenders have the option to clone an original SSID details so it forms a "Mesh".
    So which of those links is your recommendation, and which is the cheapest
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    Default Re: Spark HG659b Modem Wi-Fi issues

    Actually just going to buy this one for $140

    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/NET...ne-Kit-with-N3
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    Default Re: Spark HG659b Modem Wi-Fi issues

    Quote Originally Posted by DeSade View Post
    Actually just going to buy this one for $140

    https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/NET...ne-Kit-with-N3
    That's the one I sell the most of as well, The Bigger of the two devices is the one that has the wireless output, as well as Ethernet ports, so if your TV or any other media Device has a Ethernet port you can cable to that from the same plug by the TV /Device if you wish ( better direct connection then).

    The ONLY downside is they can sometimes take up a couple of power points. Its NOT recommended to plug them into a multibox (can cause troubles) that's why the more expensive ones have passthrough, they plug into the wall, then a multibox can plug into them, not the other way around.
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    Default Re: Spark HG659b Modem Wi-Fi issues

    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    That's the one I sell the most of as well, The Bigger of the two devices is the one that has the wireless output, as well as Ethernet ports, so if your TV or any other media Device has a Ethernet port you can cable to that from the same plug by the TV /Device if you wish ( better direct connection then).

    The ONLY downside is they can sometimes take up a couple of power points. Its NOT recommended to plug them into a multibox (can cause troubles) that's why the more expensive ones have passthrough, they plug into the wall, then a multibox can plug into them, not the other way around.
    For once I am in a house that has more power points than I possibly need.
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    Default Re: Spark HG659b Modem Wi-Fi issues

    So it is up and running and I got 5 bars right through the house quite pleased with it.

    Still getting some occasional resolution loss on netflix casting thou, not sure why.
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