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X6S AmA – Multiple networks?

MON5TERMATT
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X6S AmA – Multiple networks?

Will this extender support multiple networks, I have a big house and need two networks to span the space. Or will this not work for both. Either way, fingers crossed.

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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?

X6S AmA is not a Netgear model number. What device do you have in mind?

 

There are many ways of getting a wifi network to cover a large house.

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StephenB
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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?


@michaelkenward wrote:

X6S AmA is not a Netgear model number.


@michaelkenward:  The AmA label was set up by Netgear, and relates to the Nighthawk X6S extender (EX8000) that was launched a couple of days ago. See this: https://community.netgear.com/t5/Stories/Ask-me-Anything-about-the-Nighthawk-X6S-Range-Extender-Win-...

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BretD
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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?

@StephenB After the AmA is over, we will turn off the AmA Label, so it can't be added to new posts. Thanks for the help.

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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?

In other words, the model number is EX8000. AmA, like Arlo, is a Netgear brand.

 

This is important information when seeking assistance here.

 

It makes it possible to link to the support pages:

 

>> Click here >> EX8000 | Product | Support | NETGEAR << Click here <<

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Luke_G
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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?


@michaelkenward wrote:

In other words, the model number is EX8000. AmA, like Arlo, is a Netgear brand.

 

@michaelkenward

AmA stands for Ask me Anything. This is not a brand by Netgear. The X6S is still branded with the Netgear name.

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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?

Baffling. What is this "label" then?

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Luke_G
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Re: X6S AmA – Multiple networks?


@michaelkenward wrote:

Baffling. What is this "label" then?


@michaelkenward

It is used to enter the AmA Nighthawk X6S Range Extender Contest. As stated in @StephenB's post, here is the link to the contest that explains more.

 

Ask me Anything about the Nighthawk X6S Range Extender - Win an X6S!

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