NO. Travel is determined by the visa stamped in your pasport. You can travel as long as that stamp is still valid, whether you have filed for an extension or not.
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Filing for extension may allow you to continue working for the employer and being in the US waiting for the adjudication of your petition. It has nothing to do with traveling.
To enter the US, you must have a valid H-1B visa stamp.
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