Does the C1000A router support using two E3200 extenders?
benploni
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I have an E3200 extender wired with Ethernet to a C1000A router on another floor. It is working well. Can I wire another E3200 on another floor to the same C1000A router?

My setup is pretty simple. Fiber goes to the ONT, and the C1000A router connects the ONT with Ethernet. I added an E3200 extender by wiring it to the C1000A router with Ethernet. That's it. What I want to know is if this setup can handle a second E3200 extender wired to the C1000A router.

I see from searching around that the extender and router communicate via SSDP, which how the learn of each other's existence and sync up settings. What I want to know is if that process/protocol/firmware can handle more than one E3200 extender on a C1000A router.

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Re: Does the C1000A router support using two E3200 extenders?
Cang_Household
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From my understanding, the current limit on the number of extenders per residential account is 5.

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Re: Does the C1000A router support using two E3200 extenders?
Cang_Household
Community Leader
Community Leader

From my understanding, the current limit on the number of extenders per residential account is 5.