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BELKIN F9K1122 N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Range Extender

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  • 2.4 GHz/5.0 GHz
  • 2 x External Antenna
  • Up to 300+300Mbps Wireless Data Rates

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Attractive and easy to use, the BELKIN F9K1122 N600 dual-band Wi-Fi range extender expands your Wi-Fi range thus you can stay connected around your home and even at your backyard. It's compatible with 802.11 g and n technology, and provides high performance speeds of up to 300Mbps (2.4GHz) + 300Mbps (5GHz) for smooth experience in HD video streaming, live chat and gaming. Two external antennas deliver strong signal and better coverage. The crossband technology increases speeds and reduces lag time by switching to the least congested band. With the Simple Start, you can get up and running within minutes using browser from your smartphone, tablet for PC. An Ethernet port is included for fast wired connection. Plus, this model comes with a compact and sleek design, making it a stylish addition, and a seamless fit for any room decor.

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  • newegg Dual Band Range Extender This model features dual wireless bands of 2.4GHz and 5GHz, and provides data transfer speed of up to 300Mbps for each band.
  • newegg Crossband Technology This model sends data continuously, and switches between bands to provide the greatest speed and less congestion for smooth, lag-free experience in your various online activities.
  • newegg Two External Antennas Two external antennas deliver robust, boosted Wi-Fi signal anywhere in your home, and eliminate dead spots for better coverage.
  • newegg Easy Setup With Simple Start, you can get the range extender up and running in minutes. It's based on browser, and you can complete the setup using your smartphone, tablet or computer.
  • newegg Portable Design This model comes with adapter-style design with no cord attached, resulting less clutter and better portability. Simply plug it into a standard wall outlet, access Simple Start, and you’re ready to go in minutes.

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IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u
Frequency Band
2.4 GHz/5.0 GHz
Wireless Data Rates
Up to 300+300Mbps
2 x External Antenna
Ethernet Port
1 x 10/100M


Dual-Band speed: 300Mbps (2.4GHz) + 300Mbps (5GHz)

Simple Start: Easy setup in minutes. Browser-based window uses your smartphone, tablet or computer to install your router in just minutes

External antennas: Extend range and provide a strong Wi-Fi signal for improved coverage

Compact design: Elegant design complements home decor and provides less clutter

Crossband technology: Sends data continuously - switching between bands to provide the greatest speed

Compatible with G and N technology devices.


Operating Temperature
0°C - 40°C (32°F - 104°F)
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Ricky F.
  • 11/5/2015 11:51:56 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsReally nice extender

Pros: Easy setup
Ethernet Port

Cons: This thing is begging for a USB port! Also, the unit I received gets really really hot. This may be normal, though.

Other Thoughts: I recently built a small workshop in my backyard, and it just happened to be on the edge of my wifi coverage. I generally have several small DIY woodworking, or electronic projects going at any given time, so internet access is a must. So I connected this extender to an outlet within my router's range, but closer to the shop, and presto! Excellent wifi coverage over my entire (huge) backyard.

Setting this extender up was almost as simple as connecting to wifi. In fact, setup entailed entering the password for my wifi network, and changing the default admin password - that's it!

Stability has been great thus far - no problems with dropped connections, lag, or any other issues. Though the unit does get hot - hot enough to concern me, though this may be normal.

My only gripe is the lack of a USB connection. This would be perfect for a printer, or just to charge a USB device since it does consume an electrical outlet. Though it does have an ethernet port, which is a suitable solution for most modern printers.

All in all, I would recommend this extender for anyone wanting to extend their wifi coverage with a very quick and easy setup process!

Manufacturer Response:

Hi Ricky,

Your detailed feedback regarding our product is appreciated and we took note of this for future product developments. The operating temperature of the extender is 0 ~ 40 C. If it’s running beyond the recommended temperature, we would appreciate if you’ll send us an email at Please include your contact details, location, and the link to this review for reference.


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3 out of 5 eggsReally easy setup

Pros: Easiest range extender I’ve worked with so far; I had it up and running within a couple of minutes.

The dual band ac 5ghz also played nicely with another product that was sent to me to review, a “wireless AC easy-upgrader” (a product which requires a hardline connection to your router, but broadcasts the ac 5ghz band). The range was pretty solid, too. I recommend using a laptop with inSSIDer installed to find a place that has about mid-level signal strength (for me, about 20-ish feet away from the router) to place it. This gave me about an additional 20-25 feet of additional strong signal area away from the router.

Cons: General use - Well, this con seems to be consistent with every wireless range extender I’ve worked with, and Newegg has sent me several to review; whenever the router goes through a power cycle, even if I reboot it through the web interface, you need to set this thing up again, too. Thankfully, not that painful of an experience with the ease of setup, but still annoying enough for me to knock one egg off the final rating.

Temperature - this tends to run a little on the hot side, but it was never too hot to handle, so I’m confident that it runs within the temperature specs safely.

Size - this is honestly the biggest con, for me. It’s large enough that it will block an adjacent plug or two, if it’s on a power strip. It will also block the adjacent plug on a standard 4 plug wall socket. And, depending on what you have plugged into the socket above it, can potentially block that plug, too.

Signal Broadcast - The router I have broadcasts a 2.4ghz and a 5ghz signal, and I wasn’t able to have this extender broadcast both signals, in turn. Perhaps a firmware update will fix this? Or perhaps there is a compatability issue with my router.

Other Thoughts: The size is the only thing that’s keeping me from giving this at least 4 eggs; this extender is the most pleasant one I’ve reviewed, thanks to the easy setup. If you think that won’t be an issue for you, then I’d recommend it over other extenders out there.

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4 out of 5 eggsWorks, but not great

Pros: Increased rage

Ridiculously easy to set up & install

Cons: Range extension could be better

Gets pretty warm to the touch

Other Thoughts: Ive had a few of these come my way over the last 5 yrs. this is by far the Best Range extender that ive used so far.

the set up is so simple, it should take less than 5min for anyone, no matter what level of tech understanding they have.

The range is the best Ive seen, but that does not necessarily mean its "great". For having external antennae I would have thought it might have better range than it does. maybe swapping out for some longer antennae would help? But it would also look bad and possibly be in the way if you just have it plugged into a wall outlet thats in a area of high traffic.

Id say i got an easy 20' more of "usable" range with 2.4GHz on the side of the house the extender is on. that's through a a few walls mind you. so i guess its not so bad. but the frustrating part is now in some areas of the house devices can get confused and pick the extender over the main router. This is more of the devices fault Vs it being the fault of the extender, but it is a common problem with all the extenders Ive tried to date and Its been a deal breaker more than once with people Ive set these up for.

Over all not a bad product. price is right for the range you get Vs saving the time and headache of running hard lines and 2nd routers etc.

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5 out of 5 eggsEasy to use and set up.

Pros: Seems to have good range extension.
Set up was a breeze.
Blends into home landscape.

There's not much in the box. It has a CD with the manual and utilities (actually I'm not sure what's in it because I didn't need to use it since it was so simple to set up.), and then there's a quick setup sheet which is all you really need. All that is need is to plug the unit in the spot you want it which would be in range of the router, go to your computer, the Belkin extender will be broadcasting a wifi signal called Belkin.range. You simply connect to that signal with your browser and follow the simple instructions. Too easy. I wasn't too sure of the signal strength but after using it for a while I've noticed that it's made a big difference and unlike a LOT of other extenders I've tested, whether Newegg sends them to me or I've purchased them, this one seems to actually work.

Cons: My only con with the unit was with the dual band feature. My router had the ability to name the 2.4Ghz and the 5Ghz signals the same name and this unit couldn't handle that. I'm guessing it not Belkins fault as most routers don't have this ability. I finally had to reset the Belkin the factory defaults, set the router to factory defaults, and then make sure the router had separate names for each band. After I'd set the Belkin extender up again with the two names everything worked great and the unit really shined.

Other Thoughts: Not a bad extender unit. It's a little large but is a good looking extender so I don't mind that. I'd recommend giving this one a try.

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3 out of 5 eggsWorks

Pros: Small, fits in one outlet slot

Cons: Range wasn't great, runs really hot

Other Thoughts: There's not much to this device from Belkin. In the box comes the extender, a CD and the instructions. It’s a pretty pleasant looking device, albeit with a rather bright LED. It’s nice that it doesn’t take up a lot of outlet real estate, as you can plug in another regular sized plug with it (although not another wall wart sized plug). It’s also nice that the antennas are moveable in a semicircle around it.

After setup it didn’t work initially but after a few minutes seemed to “kick in” and work. I’m not sure what the lag was all about. Speeds were as good as when connected to my router, but after trying multiple plugs it just didn’t extend my range all that far. Like many of these devices, walls still block them badly. There’s a rather amusing line in the instructions:: “Once setup is complete, place the extender off the floor and away from walls and metal objects.” Great, how do I plug this device into the wall and keep it away from walls? If you can manage to get an ethernet cable to the remote area, then this would work well to extend your wifi network, but at that point it’s simply a wireless access point and there’s a lot better options. I give it three eggs simply because it does work, and it does extend some. If you need just a little more range and are ok that the speed drops off, and are willing to spend $100 to get it, then this devices is for you.

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2 out of 5 eggsDidn't work out for me

Pros: Nice design, portable,fairly easy to set up.

Cons: Not very good range extension when it worked. After a few weeks worked intermittently causing havoc on my network.

Other Thoughts: Honestly I was expecting a bit better performance.

Manufacturer Response:

Hi Dariusz,

Your feedback means a lot to us and we hope you'll allow us to help you. To maximize the use of the range extender, we'd suggest doing the following:

* Use a wireless-N router/access point to fully utilize their capability.
* Place the range extender in an area where you are getting strong wireless signal from the router.
* It is recommended to use a WPA2 Personal security on your router and range extender.
* Update or re-flash the firmware.

If the connection will not improve, you can send us an email at with your contact details, location, and the link to this review so that we can assist you further.


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5 out of 5 eggsWorks as advertised

Pros: Simple to use and setup.
No CD was needed.
Instruction pamplet was quick concise.

Extends range so no more dead wifi spots.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Extension SSID name will mirror the same name as main Wifi AP.
Has WPS button for connecting , similar to paring a bluetooth device.

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3 out of 5 eggsOk but not great.

Pros: I really liked the small footprint of the unit and it's design. It is very portable and aesthetically blends in well with most home design layouts. The unit comes without any setup guide as the easy setup is right on the box itself and is very easy to get it up and working. I also liked the fact that it could extend 2 bands 2.4 and 5 Ghz bands.

Cons: I was not impressed with the range of the the extension on either bands and would say it can only extend signal to the adjacent room from where it is placed at least in my case.

Other Thoughts: Proper placement of the unit is quite important. If you want to extend a stronger signal unit needs to be placed where the signal from the router is strong otherwise you will be just extending a week signal. I see this as a good alternative for someone who would like to extend their signal into their back yard, garage or remote area of the house.

Manufacturer Response:

Hi Dariusz,

Thank you for taking the time in sharing your thoughts about the Belkin wireless range extender. We totally agree with regard to placing the device at the proper location. It is recommended to place the device where it can get at least three wireless signal bars from the router, or in a less interference area.

However, you may also adjust the router's wireless channel. It will help in improving the wireless range of the unit. If you have questions or need assistance, please never hesitate to send us an email at with your contact details and the link to this review.


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5 out of 5 eggsAwesome range extender

Pros: Simple set up, small footprint, ethernet port is a nice touch, extender menu is pretty simplified.I did not have to jump through hoops to get both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands working.

Cons: Honestly I can't think of any. The only complaint I have is with network extenders in general, in which case if your router still emits a strong signal your devices may connect to that instead of the range extender.

Other Thoughts: This little device is a range extender, meant to be set in an area where you get medium signal strength to get to those hard to reach areas.

My home internet runs at 120Mbps, which I am able to get the full 120 on 5GHz and 90 on 2.4GHz. I was expecting to get half this speed on the range extender but I was pleased with the performance. On 5GHz I was able to get 65Mbps down and 10Mbps up. On 2.4GHz I was able to get 48Mbps down and 10Mbps up.

I tested the speeds with my phone which is pretty portable but unfortunately it does not give me the negotiated link speed between the extender and the device. I got a 2nd device out but it did not seem to want to connect to the router, so I am unable to give link speeds.

My wireless router shows that this extender is connected through the 5GHz band, without a simultaneous 2.4 and 5Ghz connection. Not that this is a bad thing, It would probably be best to prevent multiple devices from connecting to the extender as it may quickly saturate the connection.

From my testing this seems to be a pretty excellent range extender. I have no hesitations or reservations on recommending it for your needs.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat extender works out of the box

Pros: Great package size
Dual Band
External antenna’s
Simple to Connect over wifi and setup
Does not take up 2 Wall warts

Cons: Price could be a little lower
Single LED for status might be harder to tell what is going on
Expected to get a little bit better performance on 5Ghz but still good results vs without extender

Other Thoughts: Nothing fancy to write about the packaging, just your basic package, unusual side flaps, is just about all on the packaging. Now onto the device its self, it is similar in size to other range extenders. What I really like is the fact that it is dual band and has external antennas. You can see from users experiences that the external antennas do make a difference in the range and performance.

Setup was pretty easy. I followed the steps that they stated it, connected to the device its self, and was able to find both my 2.4 and 5 ghz bands on my TP-Link AC1750, on the first try. I could go into depth of doing long and boring tests, but what I did was go into the internet aspect, because that’s what the average user will want to know, is the internet working? Can I watch my movie or play the game?

For my test setup I skipped the laptop with the programs for large files etc… to test the max throughout put. Instead I took my Asus Zenfone 2 and installed app, tested with the extender relatively close, and then without extender directly to router. I was not going to see any change in speed on the 2.4ghz as that band works great from the router its self, but due to neighbors and such the 2.4ghz can get really crowded and switching to 5ghz is best. But the 5ghz band does not do too well with walls and objects blocking the direct path.

Reference Lan speed from my pc to AC1750, ping 9ms, DL 60 Mbps upload 7 Mbps (values vary a little of course) (router was setup for auto on channels both on 2.4 and 5 ghz)

Direct to router on 5ghz from phone: Down (16, 22, 19), Up (8), ping 12-15ms
With the Extender on 5ghz to phone: Down (38, 37, 37), Up (8), ping 12-15ms

So as you can see, the Extender does boost the range, and mind you this is on the 5 ghz range, I did a test with the same setup and going through several walls, my phone would not really see the 5 ghz at the router, but the extender it could see, of course the quality was pretty low. The nice thing is that it is dual band, and this is great news the 2.4ghz band will guarantee coverage through the house and outdoors.

In conclusion this is a great device for all the portable devices with the extender placed in an area where the user gets decent connection (otherwise garbage in garbage out). It is nice to see dual band as most routers are dual band, and this is very big plus. I have a relative who cannot get there internet over wifi in some areas of the house due to neighbors, they have best router money can buy and still, the 2.4ghz barley works and 5ghz like most dies after a few walls, so this would be great to boost and maintain their wifi throughout the house. I would almost want to take half a star for the price, as you can find nice dual band routers for the same price as this unit, otherwise this is a 5/5.

Manufacturer Response:

Hi Valentin,

We value the time you spent in providing us a product review. Your feedback will help us enhance the overall performance of the device. To stabilize the wireless connection, we recommend that you set a permanent wireless channel on your router. For the 5 GHz network, test channels 157 and 161. Should you need assistance with any Belkin device, you may email us anytime at so our team may provide solutions.


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