04-13-2012 02:18 AM
04-13-2012 08:10 AM
08-26-2012 05:08 AM
The EA series router are the most latest of the Cisco line of routers. But is is not always an assurence that it could cater to the area of your house, might as well consider searching for Outdoor Access Points or Client Bridges that soothes your needs.
11-17-2012 07:18 PM
I have a 3,500-sq-ft house ... One Linkys WRT-160N Router ( in the den on the 3rd floor ) combined with the Linksys RE1000 Range Extender on the main floor and I now have strong five-bars signal on all three levels of my home.
01-24-2013 04:05 PM
Does anyone know if the old linksys wireless G range expander, model WRE54G, 2.4 gHz can be set up with the EA4500 router?
I know this is off topic, sorry, I am a novice.
01-26-2013 12:11 PM
have a 3,00-sq-ft house ... One Linkys 4500 EA Router ( in the den on the 2nd floor one wired and one wireless) combined with the Linksys RE1000 Range Extender on the main floor and I now have strong signal on all two levels of my home. And the same downstaires, one wired and one wirleless on the opposite end from the modem. We have been trying to decide where to put the extender. MY husband gets very made when he can't connect. His wired connection recently broke (something must have eaten it -like squirrels, I hear them). Yesterday I was talking to Cisco and found out that my range extender is configured wrong because at first when plugged in the light blinks and then it goes solid.