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The Netgear EX6400 powerline adapter is a versatile networking device that offers both wired and wireless connectivity options. With its Ethernet LAN support, it allows for data transfer rates of 10,100, and 1000 Mbit/s, ensuring efficient network performance. The device is equipped with one Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) port, enabling easy and convenient wired connections. In addition to its wired capabilities, the EX6400 also features Wi-Fi connectivity. Supporting WLAN data transfer rates of up to 1900 Mbit/s, it provides fast and reliable wireless network access. The networking standards it adheres to include IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, and IEEE 802.11n, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of devices. Although the EX6400 does not have a built-in power socket, it does come with LED indicators that provide status updates and visual cues regarding its operation. The compact dimensions of the device, measuring 161 mm in width, 81.4 mm in depth, and 44.5 mm in height, make it easy to place in various locations without taking up much space. Weighing only 300 g, the EX6400 is lightweight and portable, making it convenient to move around as needed. Designed with reliability in mind, it is constructed with high-quality materials that contribute to its long-lasting durability. In summary, the Netgear EX6400 powerline adapter offers a range of features including wired and wireless connectivity options, fast data transfer rates, LED indicators for status updates, and a compact, lightweight design. It is a reliable and durable networking device ideal for providing efficient network connectivity in both home and office settings.
|EX6400 | EX6400-100PES|
|User manual (PDF), Installation Guide (PDF), Datasheet (PDF)|
|Ethernet LAN data rates||10,100,1000 Mbit/s|
|Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports||1|
|Wi-Fi standards||Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), 802.11b, 802.11g, Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)|
|WLAN data transfer rates supported||1900 Mbit/s|
|Networking standards||IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n|
|Built-in power socket||No|
|Security algorithms||WEP, WPA, WPA2-PSK|
|Top Wi-Fi standard||Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)|
|Ethernet LAN interface type||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Maximum data transfer rate||1900 Mbit/s|
|Quantity per pack||1 pc(s)|
|Quick installation guide||Yes|
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The Netgear EX6400 has a weight of 300 g.
The Netgear EX6400 has a height of 44.5 mm.
The Netgear EX6400 has a width of 161 mm.
The Netgear EX6400 has a depth of 81.4 mm.
Firstly, ensure that both powerline adapters are plugged directly into a wall outlet and not a power strip or surge protector, as these can hinder the connection. Additionally, check that both adapters are on the same electrical circuit in your home. If the problem persists, try resetting both adapters by pressing the reset button for 2 seconds and wait for the LEDs to stabilize before attempting the connection again.
Several factors can affect the speed of your powerline adapter. Keep in mind that the distance between the adapters, the quality of your home's electrical wiring, and electrical noise from other devices can all impact the speed. To improve the connection speed, try plugging both adapters into wall outlets directly, avoiding any intermediary devices. You can also try moving the adapters to different outlets or ensuring they are on the same electrical circuit for better performance.
To modify the network name and password, connect your computer to the powerline adapter's WiFi network. Then, open a web browser and enter "www.mywifiext.net" in the address bar. Log in using the default credentials provided (usually admin and password) and navigate to the wireless settings. From there, you can personalize the network name (SSID) and set a new password to enhance security.
Absolutely! You can expand your powerline network by connecting additional powerline adapters. To do this, simply plug another adapter into an electrical outlet near your existing adapter and press the "Pair" or "Sync" button on both adapters within two minutes. Once they are synchronized, they will extend your network coverage area, allowing you to connect more devices in different areas of your home.
To check the connection status of your powerline adapter, locate the LED lights on the device. The Power LED should be solid green, indicating the adapter is properly connected to the electrical outlet. The Ethernet LED should also be solid green when a device is connected via the Ethernet port. Finally, the WiFi LED should be solid green if the WiFi function is enabled. If any of these LEDs are not lit or blinking, it may indicate a connection issue that requires troubleshooting.
Yes, it has 1 Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) port. This allows for a wired connection to other devices, providing a stable and fast internet connection.
The maximum data transfer rate of the Netgear EX6400 is 1900 Mbit/s. This high speed allows for smooth streaming, gaming, and file transfers.
Yes, it has Wi-Fi functionality. This enables wireless connectivity, allowing devices to connect to the internet without the need for physical cables.
Yes, it has LED indicators. These indicators provide visual feedback on the status of the powerline adapter, making it easy to troubleshoot and ensure proper operation.
No, it does not have a built-in power socket. This means that users will need to have an additional power outlet available to plug in the powerline adapter.
Yes, the manual of the Netgear EX6400 is available in English .
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