- RE200 Coverage
- Router Coverage
- Easily extend your WiFi range with
the push of a button
- Existing router
AC750 WiFi for Compatible Connections
The RE200’s Wireless AC technology create stronger WiFi
connections across your home. Work with any standard
router or access point, making it convenient to provide wide, non-dropping Dual Band WiFi to multiple devices.
WiFi keeps Strongest for Unlimited Moving
With TP-Link Mesh Technology, it’s easy to form a Mesh network with a single WiFi name for seamless whole home coverage. Just connect RE200 to a OneMesh™ router. Always enjoy the strongest WiFi when you’re walking around with no need to search around for a stable connection.
Smart RoamingUninterrupted streaming when moving around your home
One WiFi NameNo more switching WiFi network names
Easy CreationOneMesh™ Router + OneMesh™ Range Extender
Unified ManagementManage the whole unified network all in one Tether app
Traditional Router with Extender
OneMesh™ Router + Range Extender
Enjoy a Mesh Network with Your Existing Router
Want a Mesh network? Hesitate on whether to replace your existing router and buy a Mesh set?
TP-Link OneMesh™ resolves your dilemma.
Archer C7 (V4.0 or above)
One Key Connection
Press the WPS button on your router and RE button on your RE200 within 2 minutes to easily connect to the network. Once connected with an existing router, you can simply relocate the RE200 at any location for the best signal strength.
Smart Signal Indicator
Smart signal lights indicate the signal strength received from the existing router. Read the lights to find the best location for your RE200.
- Good connection
- Too far away from the router
- No connection
With an Ethernet port, RE200 can function as a wireless adapter to connect wired devices like desktop, gaming consoles, Blu-ray® players, and Internet TVs. At the same time, the device can share the wireless network as well.
- Game Console
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Maximum wireless signal rates are the physical rates derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. Actual wireless data throughput and wireless coverage are not guaranteed and will vary as a result of 1) environmental factors, including building materials, physical objects, and obstacles, 2) network conditions, including local interference, volume and density of traffic, product location, network complexity, and network overhead, and 3) client limitations, including rated performance, location, connection quality, and client condition.
The product may not be compatible with routers or gateways with firmware that has been altered, is based on open source programs, or is non-standard or outdated.
Actual network speed may be limited by the rate of the product’s Ethernet WAN or LAN port, the rate supported by the network cable, Internet service provider factors and other environmental conditions.