Range Extender

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Netgear router
My neighbors have the wireless internet router in their house and we are sharing the connection. I just bought a range extender. Is it possible to connect the two routers without having to bother my neighbor?

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NO, It’s still reduce the speed of connectivity and quota because it’s just use one connection to ISP. Example if the connection have speed 1 mbps, and your neighbor need using it the maximum (1 mbps), and you interrupt the connection, the speed will reduce for your neighbor.So, it’s sharing speed according to usage and your neighbor can’t get the maximum speed 1mbps, because it’s sharing.

I hope true, because i still learn on networking.
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  • TomLiotta
    Is it possible to connect the two wirelessly without having to bother my neighbor?   If your neighbor is careless, yes, it's possible. However, your neighbor will need to ask the question and supply the information about the router before an answer might be given.   We can't just tell people how to connect to other people's networks.   Tom
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