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Re: Able to Bridge ac1900 with ac1750?

reck19
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Able to Bridge ac1900 with ac1750?

Hey I might be able to get a ac1750 for free from a buddy. I'm just wondering if i'll be able to put it in bridge mode, connect it to the ac1900 and extend my wifi connection?

Model: R7000|Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Router
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antinode
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Re: Able to Bridge ac1900 with ac1750?

> Hey I might be able to get a ac1750 for free from a buddy. [...]

   "AC1750" is a speed, not a model number.  Ever helpful, Netgear
product packaging emphasizes speeds like "ACxxxx", but that's not the
model identifier.  Look at the product label.  Same for "AC1900"
("R7000"?).

> [...] I'm just wondering if i'll be able to put it in bridge mode,
> connect it to the ac1900 and extend my wifi connection?

   What, exactly, does "bridge mode" mean to you?  

   Visit http://netgear.com/support , put in your model number(s), and
look for Documentation.  Get the User Manual.  Look for topics like "Use
the Router as a Wireless Access Point" or "Set Up the Router in Bridge
Mode".

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