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D-Link DAP-1320 N300 Range Extender - Wi-Fi range extender

Model: DAP-1320 Wireless N300 Range Extender
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Wi-Fi range extender - 802.11n 802.11g

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D-Link DAP-1320 N300 Range Extender - Wi-Fi range extender
 
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Average Rating:(2.6)out of 5 stars
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Most helpful positive review
5 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
No more dead zones
I live in an older, one story house. I had two dead zones and I had tried every range extender on the market and spent on some over $150 (returned them all because the didn't work). I read about the D-Link Range Extender and not only was it one of the cheapest, but it worked perfectly! I now have excellent wifi all over my house. Infact, I just remodeled my garage and have added an extender to the other end of the house. D-Link has great customer service if you need help setting the extender up.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Performance not as expected.
The "Do you recommend this product?" question is too binary. I might recommend it with reservations. Signal fades from the WiFi router seem to make it loose its place and you then have to reset it. Moving it closer to the router did not always correct the problem and it tends to get confused if the ISP goes down for any reason. Still, it is a well made unit at a decent price and should work well to fill in the odd 'black hole' in many situations.
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5 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
No more dead zones
I live in an older, one story house. I had two dead zones and I had tried every range extender on the market and spent on some over $150 (returned them all because the didn't work). I read about the D-Link Range Extender and not only was it one of the cheapest, but it worked perfectly! I now have excellent wifi all over my house. Infact, I just remodeled my garage and have added an extender to the other end of the house. D-Link has great customer service if you need help setting the extender up.
Most helpful negative review
1 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Performance not as expected.
The "Do you recommend this product?" question is too binary. I might recommend it with reservations. Signal fades from the WiFi router seem to make it loose its place and you then have to reset it. Moving it closer to the router did not always correct the problem and it tends to get confused if the ISP goes down for any reason. Still, it is a well made unit at a decent price and should work well to fill in the odd 'black hole' in many situations.
I live in an older, one story house. I had two dead zones and I had tried every range extender on the market and spent on some over $150 (returned them all because the didn't work). I read about the D-Link Range Extender and not only was it one of the cheapest, but it worked perfectly! I now have excellent wifi all over my house. Infact, I just remodeled my garage and have added an extender to the other end of the house. D-Link has great customer service if you need help setting the extender up.
The "Do you recommend this product?" question is too binary. I might recommend it with reservations. Signal fades from the WiFi router seem to make it loose its place and you then have to reset it. Moving it closer to the router did not always correct the problem and it tends to get confused if the ISP goes down for any reason. Still, it is a well made unit at a decent price and should work well to fill in the odd 'black hole' in many situations.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

No more dead zones

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I live in an older, one story house. I had two dead zones and I had tried every range extender on the market and spent on some over $150 (returned them all because the didn't work). I read about the D-Link Range Extender and not only was it one of the cheapest, but it worked perfectly! I now have excellent wifi all over my house. Infact, I just remodeled my garage and have added an extender to the other end of the house. D-Link has great customer service if you need help setting the extender up.

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We appreciate the feedback and are happy to hear that you are satisfied with your purchase. If you ever run into any issues feel free to contact us for assistance by calling 1-877-453-5465 or by visiting www.support.dlink.com. Thank you for being a D-Link customer.
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

It certainly seems to be working.

Verified purchase

I purchased the D-Link DAP-1320 in an effort to appease my wife who had been complaining about a lack of signal strength when using her laptop. I was enticed by the small stature and the ability to simply plug it into any outlet, as well as the affordable price. Setup was a snap using the WPS buttons on my router and the 1320, and I was in business within 2 minutes of unboxing. The key indicator that it is working, is that I am not hearing any more complaints about a poor internet connection from my wife. That and the range seems to have extended well into our back yard which is quite remote from the router. I definitely recommend this product if you are suffering from poor connectivity in remote locations from your router.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

simple and effective

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Frustration rained, very poor connection from one end of the house where the primary modem is installed in my wife's office to the other end of the house where my office is. Plugged this simple (looking) devise into an outlet half way between. My computer now works equally well at any location in my house. I love it.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Excellent Product

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This is the 3rd range extender we've tried. By far the easiest and fastest setup. Others required setting lots of technical specs--spent lots of time reading about the specs to try and understand what I was doing. The DAP 1320 was (almost) plug'n'play. And the smallest RE I've seen. Highly recommend.

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easy-to-use

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I installed this item and it worked as advertised I made an error in setting it up called the help line and your technician quickly helped me recode the device. I had previously bought a similar item that didn't work well and had returned it your product works great is more compact and $30.00 cheaper. I am totally satisfied.

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Very Satisfied

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This is a copy of a review that I posted on Amazon on 12-21-2012: A customer of mine has a D-Link DIR-655 wireless router and was (understandably) getting very weak wireless reception in a detached garage on his property. The distance from the DIR-655 in the house to the detached garage is about 75 to 100 feet. Fortunately, the DIR-655 is at the extreme end of the house nearest the detached garage. I installed this DAP-1320 unit in his detached garage and had it up, tested, and running in about 30 minutes. It found the DIR-655, locked on, and repeated the wireless network flawlessly. Mind you, this is through two exterior building walls. I used the manual configuration process since I have WPS disabled on the DIR-655 and wanted complete control over the configuration anyway. You have to make a few additional configuration tweaks such as setting the device admin password and the network time server to keep the time on the device correct. Speed tests on devices using the DAP-1320 in the detached garage ranged from 5.8 to 6.5 Mbps (his cable internet speed is 10 Mbps). It's broadcasting power is not huge (certainly less than a wireless router), but it provided enough power to cover the entire garage (about 1,250 sq feet). There was a car in the garage that was blocking some of the signal so you have to experiment with the best location to plug it in. I was interested to see how well the device hand-off worked as I walked from the garage to the house and back again while streaming a video on my smartphone. It never dropped the signal, locked up, or even stuttered. The device hand-off was seamless. A big plus of this unit is that you are able to re-use the same network SSID that it is repeating so you are not dealing with multiple SSIDs. In short, I was shocked at how well this tiny little unit worked. It might be because both the router and the DAP-1320 are both D-Link products, ensuring high compatibility. ***UPDATE 4/26/2013: I've just installed a THIRD DAP-1320 on this customer's property in a bedroom at the far end of his home to extend his private network in that area. All three units (2 in the detached garage, one for the private network and the other for the guest network) are located 50 to 100 feet from the D-Link DIR-655 router and the signals pass through many walls. All client devices connecting to these units (smartphones, laptops) show good signal strength and fair to excellent connection speeds and varies from 3 to 9 Mbps depending upon reasonable distance and wireless loads. I've noted that hand-offs from unit to unit as you walk around the property with a client device can take up to 30 seconds and the communications may freeze until the client locks onto another unit or the router itself and authenticates, depending upon where you are. In rare instances where a hand-off didn't occur properly, merely turning the client's wireless off and back on always fixed the problem. I think this is more of a problem in the client rather than the transmitters (i.e., the client's indecision about which transmitter to lock onto). The only other problems we've ever experienced with these DAP-1320s is: 1) Two times over a 4-month period client devices wouldn't connect to any of them. To fix this we just simply unplugged and plugged the DAP-1320s back in. Two times over a 4-month time span is not a bad record in my opinion. 2) Frequency congestion can occur with multiple DAP-1320 installations - when multiple devices are connected to both the guest and private networks at the same time, slowdowns can occur if you're both consuming bandwidth (i.e., actively uploading/downloading) at the same time. With regard to other people reporting severe problems with the DAP-1320, it may be that: 1) There is an incompatibility between the DAP-1320 and their router (this would be a D-Link issue that they need to investigate and fix); 2) Their router's wireless radio is weak or of poor quality to begin with. 3) The DAP-1320 is located too far from the router. 4) Interference from other nearby routers or household items (portable phones, microwave ovens, etc.) is causing communication problems which may be solved by changing the radio channel on the router. 4) They simply have a defective unit. I just know that my customer's D-Link DIR-655 router is happy with the DAP-1320 clients and vice-versa. Not sure what the results would be with other model combinations. In my experience, complicated wireless infrastructures usually present challenges and requires troubleshooting and patience until the issues are identified and corrected.

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Works well

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The DAP-1320 works well and was easy to set up. The only improvement I would like to see would be that it is really ann extention and would just extend the network. YES it does extend the network but you need to tell your device to look at the DAP-1320. It would be better if they could configure it like a clone so when it is the stronger signal youe device just starts using it. Currently if you move from one area to another where your original signal is weak you need to tell your device to change by going into settings and connecting to the DAP-1320. However if you power on closer to the DAP-1320 it usually will pick that up if you have your device set to automatically log on.

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Best brother

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I bought this as a gift for my brother and his wife to help get their wireless network extended to their bedroom. It was very easy to setup and plays nicely with their Airport Extreme, supplying strong fast wireless service to each end of their house (through many lath and plaster walls).

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Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars

Performance not as expected.

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The "Do you recommend this product?" question is too binary. I might recommend it with reservations. Signal fades from the WiFi router seem to make it loose its place and you then have to reset it. Moving it closer to the router did not always correct the problem and it tends to get confused if the ISP goes down for any reason. Still, it is a well made unit at a decent price and should work well to fill in the odd 'black hole' in many situations.

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We are sorry to hear that the DAP-1320 is not meeting your expectations. D-Link suggests the following: When manually configuring the DAP-1320, there are two options for setting the wireless network name. 1. Create your own new "extended" wireless network name and password. 2. Use the same wireless network name and password from your router. D-Link suggests creating a new wireless network name and password for the extended signal because it will allow you to easily distinguish between your "primary" signal and your extended signal. When configuring the DAP-1320 as the same name as your router, you do not have the ability to choose what signal to connect to, which could lead to problems and prevent you from using the DAP-1320 efficiently. Also remember When placing the DAP-1320, you want to ensure to place it in an area where it has a good signal from the source (router). If the DAP-1320 is installed in an area where the signal strength is weak or low, it will not be able to properly extend the signal and you will notice poor wireless performance. In addition, D-Link suggests placing it approximately half way between the router and the area you want to extend the signal to. We appreciate and value your feedback and want to thank you for being a D-Link customer.
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Unhappy

Verified purchase

Would make contact with comp, but never once actually sent signal to a device. Tried all different ways, with friend's who are computer programers. Never worked. Very unhappy.

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We are sorry to hear about your dissatisfaction with the DAP-1320. Please be sure that you have reset the unit back to it's factory default, you may do this by accessing your internet settings via the web browser, please be sure to follow the troubleshooting guidelines supplied on page 43 of your User Manual. You may also download this User Manual at the following link: http://www.dlink.com/-/media/Consumer_Products/DAP/DAP%201320/Manual/DAP%201320_Manual_US.pdf and refer to page 25 which instructs you on how to restore the DAP-1320 back to the factory default settings. Also be sure that your router supports WPS otherwise you will have to revert to manually configuring the DAP-1320 as shown on pages 11 through 14 of your User Manual. If you need further assistance please visit www.dlink.com/support. We appreciate your feedback and thank you for being a D-Link customer.

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by BuddyJanuary 18, 2017


1. This product boosts WiFi connection, it does not improve phone signal.
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