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I need ethernet port on opposite end of house from router

daveharriett
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I need ethernet port on opposite end of house from router

I am adding an additional NVR security system on the opposite side of the house from my router.   It requires an ethernet port for connectivity.   I have had a Netgear EX6150 AC1200 WIFI extender for almost a year.   It worked well when placed in the middle of my 3000 sq ft home.    But when I moved it to the other side of the house to utilize it's ethernet connection the signal was very weak.   

 

I'd like a solution that would give me a stronger signal at the other side of my house with an ethernet port for the new NVR.   I don't really care if it is an add on or if I must buy all new equipment.   I have security NVRs now at opposite sides of my house which both require an ethernet connection to my LAN.    My cable comes into the house on the side of the original NVR which is where my router is located. 

 

 

Model: R6300|Dual Band 11ac WiFi Router R6300
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FURRYe38
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Re: I need ethernet port on opposite end of house from router

Please post about this here for your model router:
https://community.netgear.com/t5/General-WiFi-Routers-Non/bd-p/home-wifi-routers-general

Good Luck. 


@daveharriett wrote:

I am adding an additional NVR security system on the opposite side of the house from my router.   It requires an ethernet port for connectivity.   I have had a Netgear EX6150 AC1200 WIFI extender for almost a year.   It worked well when placed in the middle of my 3000 sq ft home.    But when I moved it to the other side of the house to utilize it's ethernet connection the signal was very weak.   

 

I'd like a solution that would give me a stronger signal at the other side of my house with an ethernet port for the new NVR.   I don't really care if it is an add on or if I must buy all new equipment.   I have security NVRs now at opposite sides of my house which both require an ethernet connection to my LAN.    My cable comes into the house on the side of the original NVR which is where my router is located. 

 

 


 

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