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Can I use two wifi extenders at the same time?

I want to get another wifi extender as I use one on one side of the house but need to get another wifi extender as the wifi isn't great on the other side of the house?

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Sure

but use the same brand and be sure the new one is on the same circuit as the other

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Thanks But

But what do you mean by the same circuit?

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By circuit.

That would be powerline units. You left out make, model and words about your design.

I have a heavy bent to powerline since it avoids the usual WiFi issues.

That out of the way, you wrote about wifi isn't greate on that other side of the house.
----->>> A WIRELESS EXTENDER DOES NOT GO THERE <<<-----

Here's where it goes.
From https://kb.netgear.com/25508/Where-should-I-place-my-NETGEAR-Wi-Fi-range-extender
(read that!)


That aside, a powerline wifi extender is great stuff when you want the best remote WiFi hotspot. Example kit:
https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-PowerLINE-1000-802-11ac-Gigabit/dp/B01929V7ZG/

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