Fast WiFi speeds Make the most of fast wireless internet performance with the TP-Link Archer C2300 WiFi Cable Fibre Router. The 2. 4 GHz band is perfect for everyday browsing while the 5 GHz band suits large downloads and extensive file transfers so that no matter what your family needs the internet for they can get reliable access.
Connect more devices With MU-MIMI technology the router can connect to up to 3 devices at the same time so you wont have to wait for a thing just because the whole familys online. Range Boost extends your WiFi RangeBoost amplifies your WiFi so the Archer C2300 is great for larger houses.
Youll get better signal coverage even when youre further away from the router.
I have other TP-Link products that I have been satisfied with, so I bought this router to upgrade the speed from an older Netgear router I was using. It is pretty much an upgrade on every level. The range is much farther.
I can now get wi-fi signal out in my detached garage. It can handle network demand of three TVs, two gaming PCs and half a dozen other phones and tablets. My work PC’s wireless connection speed went up 157 Mbps after upgrading from a wireless N adapter (Wi-Fi 4).
And it cost me about $70 as of Feb. 2022, so it definitely didn’t break the bank. The reason I didn’t give it five stars, despite being a pretty great upgrade, is the fact that it just would not work well with a previously 100% reliable and working TP-Link Wireless N USB adapter.
All the other devices in my house use 5 GHz, but this older adapter could only connect at 2. 4 GHz. On Win10 64, it would connect and say it had internet, but then pages wouldn’t load and apps that needed internet wouldn’t work.
Sometimes it would reconnect itself somehow, other times I had to manually disconnect and reconnect to get it working again. This would happen every two to five minutes. The adapter was for my work computer, so I need consistent and reliable connection, and this was obviously unacceptable.
Router has latest firmware, turned on/off OneMesh, changed 2. 4 GHz channel, relocated router and adapter. nothing would stop the adapter from losing connection every two to five minutes. A quick google search shows that it’s not just me with this problem.
pretty common issue with their 2. 4 GHz support with newer routers. The next day I went out and bought an ASUS AC1200 USB Wi-Fi adapter (another $30) that has 5 GHz support. It works great and it’s way faster, but I was mainly concerned about a reliable connection, which it also has no problems.
I’m just a little ticked because it feels like I was “forced” into upgrading because something that previously worked fine with LESSER hardware was made non-functional because of this “upgrade. ” So my main point is that if you are planning on upgrading to this router from a wireless N or older model router, you might have to plan on upgrading your wireless adapters, too, if they can’t use 5 GHz.
Otherwise, a very good value for the upgrade to Wi-Fi 6.
I bought this as a replacement for my Telstra router and despite some initial hiccups I’m glad I did. Pros: * Speeds, WiFi 6 and WPA3 support are great. * Can actually change the DNS settings to whatever you like.
* Has support for static routes and WPA2-Enterprise which is a nice bonus. * Has a decent advanced config page with a good amount of settings to mess around with * Has an app that lets you configure your network from your phone, however I haven’t used it Cons: * Setup OOTB was a bit of a pain.
It pays to read the manual even if you’re technically inclined as the settings required for a HFC NBN connection are different than FTTN and FTTP. Namely I had to set the MAC address to “Clone current device address” for a connection to a cable modem (i.
e HFC NBN) to work. I wish this was documented in the setup wizard as well. * IPv6 support: Furthermore, this was also difficult. TP-Link’s terminology doesn’t seem match up with the documentation that most Aussie ISPs provide for v6 support.
In particular on my HFC setup I had to set the IPv6 WAN to Dynamic with the “Get IPv6 Address” set to “Non-address” and the LAN set to “SLAAC+RDNSS” for it to work. Failing to do the former would seem to generate IPv6 addresses on the LAN side but prevent routing out to the internet.
* WiFi range is a bit less than I’d like, however this may the result of “Smart Connect” (band steering) being enabled. Overall I’m extremely satisfied with this router even with the above issues.
I purchased this router a few weeks ago, it has exceeded my expectations. I bought this to replace an existing Archer 1750 router, as we needed something that could keep up with 20+ devices and 4k streaming with minimal issues.
This router handles the demands of my household with no issues. Some of the reviews mentioned the lack of customizing the settings. This router has the ability to modify down to granular settings, by default the Admin site is set to basic, you’ll need to toggle to advanced to open up all the settings.
For example, I wanted a dedicated SSID for my bedroom TV so that it would be the only item connected to ensure seamless streaming. I went into advanced, turned off the tri-band and now have three SSIDs available to connect to, the 2.
4, 5g, and the secondary 5g. This router is also mesh ready, I paired it with a TP Link extender that was mesh compatible and now have a solid connection throughout my home without having to switch between router and extender.
TP-Link customer support is solid as well. I have fiber internet and wanted to use the router directly from my ethernet wall outlet, without the use of a modem. After receiving my PPPoE credentials from my internet provider, I called TP-Link and they talked me through the settings to configure this router saving me a modem rental fee.
Exceptional in Every Way Expands your WiFi for the fastest speed possible, support for up to 60 connected devices, and 4X more device capacity. Immerse Yourself in Brilliance Get clearer 4K/8K video, crisper audio, and smoother streaming – all simultaneously across your entire home.
NETGEAR Armor Cybersecurity One subscription protects an unlimited number of connected devices from online threats, at home and on the go. Nighthawk App With the Nighthawk app, setup takes just minutes, and you can control your network from the palm of your hand.
New 6GHz WiFi band Enjoy faster speed and less congestion with up to 200% more available spectrum than dual band WiFi alone. Up to 10. 8Gbps† WiFi Speeds 1. 2 + 4. 8 + 4. 8Gbps with 12-stream connectivity.
12 Streams Tri-Band WiFi 12 WiFi streams means more available bandwidth and less congestion for all devices on WiFi. AXE-Optimized 1. 8GHz Quad-Core Processor Powerful 1. 8GHz processor ensures fast and smooth 4K/8K UHD streaming, AR/VR gaming, and video-conferencing.
Ultra-Low Latency Very few devices on the new 6GHz band means lower latency for gaming and real-time traffic. Multi-Gig 2. 5G Ethernet Port Faster connections with 2. 5X the wired speed of a typical Gigabit Ethernet port.
LAN: 4 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T – RJ-45 LAN: 1 x 1G/2.5G Multi-Gig Ethernet – RJ-45 WAN: 1 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T – RJ-45 USB 3.0: 2 x 9 pin USB Type A
External power adapter
1 x network cable
Software / System Requirements
UNIX, Apple MacOS, Linux, Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10
Dimensions & Weight
Service & Support
Limited warranty – 1 year Limited warranty – technical support – 90 days
Reviews From Real Customers
Solid for the most part. Pulling about 800 mbps down with 1. 2 gbps plan through xfinity. Three items of note: 1. This router/firmware does NOT have smart parental controls. Was willing to pay for subscription, but it doesn’t have it.
2. Smart Connect should be offered for guest network. Not ideal that you have to have 3 guest networks if you want all 3 bands available. 3. All of my iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) stay connected to the wifi, but lose internet about once a day.
After extensive trouble shooting, realized it’s the bitdefender for armor app. Overall it’s a solid product and will keep armor subscription, but slightly annoying I have to disconnect/reconnect wifi or restart web protection within bitdefender for armor app to get internet to work again.
Same problem as the following link, hopefully they get it fix soon: https://community. netgear. com/t5/NETGEAR-Armor/Losing-internet-on-iPhones-with-Armor-App-installed/td-p/2107111.
The growing number of connected personal and IoT devices has led to an overall increase in network density that is pushing the limits of the current WiFi standard. The latest WiFi 6 (802. 11ax) provides future-proof technologies, higher network efficiency, faster Wi-Fi speeds, greater coverage and improved battery life for connected devices, providing a significantly better networking experience for users.
Wireless standard With the latest WiFi 6 (802. 11ax) featuring OFDMA technology, RT-AX88U provides increased WiFi signal range and better coverage by dividing each channel into smaller sub-channels. Technology revolutionary combination of OFDMA and MU-MIMO technology, WiFi 6 (802.
11ax) provides up to 4X greater network capacity and efficiency in traffic-dense environments. Speed Dual Band Security lifetime free AiProtection Pro, powered by Trend Micro with automatic, regularly updated security signatures to protect your devices and personal data from internet threats.
Number of ports Eight Gigabit LAN ports make RT-AX88U the ideal solution if you have multiple wired devices, such as NAS systems, PCs and switches.
First off, I’m not a techie. have enough back ground to build my own computers and navigate through most technical devices but far from an expert. I bought two of these. The first was as a router and the second as an access point.
Both were easy to setup without any issues. I ended up buying two because the router was placed in an office on the far side of the house in a wooden entertainment center. That effected the strength of the signal, so I opted to buy a second one.
I hardwired it running Cat 6 in the attic and dropped it down in the living room to create the access point (you can do it wirelessly as well but want to get the full signal strength to the living room).
I thought about buying a regular access point, but when you start comparing the data speed and number of bands, you basically end up spending $300 anyway and getting less data speed compared to using this as an access point.
Plus, by treating this as an access point, it gave me 8 LAN ports to hardwire all my devices in the living room, so I thought it was a better deal. Also, fyi, I recycled an old 10 year router at best buy for a 15% off coupon.
When this went on sell for $319, I used the 15% off and picked it up for $271. not a bad deal saving $78! I won’t get into all the data speed measurements as it varies on usage, but what I will say is by having two of these on opposite sides of the house, I get my full 5gz/2gz speed through most of the house.
I also love the fact you get the option of splitting the ssid between 5gz and 2gz or combining it into one as well as the access point uses the same ssid to be able to hand off when walking across the house.
I have only started to use the product but enjoy the ease of seeing which client devices are connected to your network, the data usage of each device, the ease of turning on 160mhz on the 5gz band, etc.
I still need to play with the guest network, parent controls, and other security features. The only drawback for me is it didn’t have WPA3 or a WAN that supported larger than 1G speed. But, I figured the WPA3 is just a security feature and the likely hood that I would ever get (and afford) over 1G of internet speed is highly unlikely in the near feature.
I think I saw Comcast offering 2G for almost $300 a month, ouch! Anyway, this router find my needs and both units have been working flawlessly since purchase.
I bought AX88U because I can’t stand for the random reboot from Netgear’s RAX120v2, which is otherwise a fantastic router. I used to own AC86U, so I was hoping AX88U to be a familiar, stable and highly customizable router.
It didn’t disappoint. Unlike RAX120v2, this is a full Wi-Fi 6 certified router. I believe RAX120v2 lacks “Target Wake Time,” so it isn’t Wi-Fi 6 certified. Though I do want to point out that RAX120v2 offers much better throughput and noticeably lower latency on both wired and wireless connections.
AX88U also lacks a 5G/2. 5G LAN/WAN connector. These were in fact the reasons I bought RAX120v2, but it’s simply too unstable to use. Imaging waiting minutes just for the router to reboot.
Wi-fi 6 router AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 delivers a huge boost in speed and total capacity. Get on the latest WiFi technology to wipe out all the annoying slowdown, and enjoy the future network that loads faster and connects more.
The latest 1024-QAM and higher symbol rate work to boost speeds for newer devices to the Gigabit level. Connect to a 1 Gbps WiFi network with your phone or laptop, and enjoy speeds comparable to plugging in an Ethernet cable.
Add more WiFi devices without dragging down performance. OFDMA allows multiple devices to use one band at the same time, enabling your WiFi to bear more devices compared to the same speed level Wi-Fi 5 router.
Wi-Fi 6 increases the efficiency of transmits data, cutting the lag. Enjoy flawless video and audio chats, better gaming speeds, and instantaneous video loading on different devicesall at the same time.
Beamforming technology and 4 high-gain antennas combine to generate strong, reliable Wi-Fi signal throughout your home, delivering smooth and stable connections for all your devices. The Gigabit Ethernet ports allow you to take full advantage of your broadband speed up to 1 Gbps.
Plug your PCs, smart TVs, and game consoles into one of the four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports for fast, reliable wired connections.
It is OK WiFi 6 router looking at $74 price. Don’t forget to buy extra protection plan for this. I had this refurbished router previously and exactly after 1yr due to some issue (I guess thermal/heat) it went into bool loop.
I opened it and the thermal pad was completely rotten. I had to throw it and buy again since this is the only cheapest WiFi 6 router around. Good – 1. is it has two separate 2. 5GHz and 5GHz network so you can chose what network to connect to.
2. 4 Ethernet RJ45 ports Bad – 1. Has thermal/heat issues so it will betray you anytime. The new one I got has given me a problem couple times already where after 4-5 it just stops and its internet LED turns Orange.
To recover I have to restart it. I’m watching it for the moment when I’ll return it and use the protection plan I’ve bought with it.
I bought the Archer AX10 for the WiFi 6 upgrade because we switched our family to a faster Internet connection and started streaming video on more devices at once for distance learning at home. Unfortunately, the device has frequently lost connection to the Internet (connected through a Netgear CM500).
At least twice a day the Internet connection would suddenly drop without warning. Resetting the router would fix the problem until it dropped again – sometimes within minutes, sometimes hours. I remained hopeful that a firmware upgrade would fix the problem, but when TP-Link finally came out with an upgrade the problem got way worse.
I don’t even try to use this router anymore because it drops the Internet connection every 5 minutes or so. For some reason, flashing back to the older firmware doesn’t work. too bad I didn’t send the router back right away.
This has been one of those dreaded, super annoying, regrettable purchases.
This is the best purchase ever. The default NBN modem/routers that come from your provider are very bad. But you can use them as modem only (as a bridge) and pait it with this fantastic and superfast Ax10 Wifi router.
I have seen my speed go up spectacularly and the connections are way more stable! Also great for wireless connecting Oculus Quest 2 to the PC (Wifi-6)!. Very happy with the purchase.
Accelerate your WiFi Got game? Well, this is the router for you! Built with gaming, streaming and mobile devices in mind, this next generation gigabit WiFi router has a 1GHz dual core processor and delivers extreme speed so you enjoy less lag and less buffering.
No matter where you WiFi, Nighthawk has you covered with managing your network remotely with NETGEAR genie. And with Beamforming+ and built in high powered amplifiers and external antennas, get ready for the extreme! Now with NETGEAR genie with remote access Easy & automatic installation of the NETGEAR router with Internet provider gateway to upgrade your WiFi 1GHz Dual Core Processor Advanced features for lag-free gaming Prioritized bandwidth for streaming videos or music AC1900 Wi – Fi-600+1300 Mbps speeds Free PC backup software NETGEAR genie App-Enjoy more of your connected home Speed Accelerate your WiFi and enjoy a blazing-fast, lag-free WiFi experience for gaming, video streaming or surfing.
World’s fastest Wi – Fi-Up to 600+1300Mbps Gigabit Wi – Fi-Next-generation WiFi now at Gigabit speeds Gigabit wired-Ideal for HD gaming & video Dual core processor-Dual Core 1GHz processor boosts wireless, wired & WAN-to-LAN performance WiFi Range Got range? Homes come in all shapes and sizes and Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router provides WiFi coverage no matter where you connect in your home.
Ultimate Range-Wi – Fi coverage throughout very large homes Antennas-High-powered amplifiers with 3 external antennas Reliability There’s nothing more frustrating than lost connections! With NETGEAR’s advanced features & best-in-class technology, you’ll reduce interference & enjoy more reliable WiFi connectivity.
Simultaneous dual band-Reduces interference for better connections to more WiFi devices Advanced Qo – S-Downstream & upstream Qo – S automatically recognizes & prioritizes streaming & gaming applications Airtime fairness – Prevents network lag when slower devices connect Beamforming+ – Boosts speed, reliability, and range of WiFi connections on 2.
4 and 5GHz bands Sharing With NETGEAR, sharing across your network is fun and easy, anything from accessing stored photos & music to wireless printing. And make sure you keep it safe by using the included Ready – SHARE Vault application for backing up Windows-based PCs.
For Mac OS users, back-up using Apple Time Machine. DLNA -Find & play your media on DLNA TVs & game consoles Ready – SHARE USB access-Wirelessly access & share USB hard drive & printer via two (2) USB ports One superspeed USB 3.
0 port-Up to 10x faster than USB 2. 0 Ready – SHARE Printer-Wirelessly access & share a USB printer Ready – SHARE Vault-Free software for automatic PC backup to a USB hard drive connected to the router Time Machine-Automatic Mac backup to a USB hard drive connected to the router i – Tunes compatible-Play your USB-stored music using Air – Play or Apple Remote.
IšverstiShow in original languageI admit to being guilty of neglecting the benefits of a good router, as long as the internet is flowing then I don’t even think about my router. Having had some time to try out the Netgear Nighthawk Axe7800 I am prepared to admit there is a real benefit to a good router with good features…so I’ll be packing this router back up and rolling back to my old router.
In the box you get the Nighthawk router, an Ethernet cable, and the power cord/AC Adapter plus the usual setup guide (which is only to tell you to download the app to setup and diagram your router ports).
Setup was simple, in fact it was way easier than I expected/dreaded! Per the app instructions I took down my old router, plugged in the new one, let it run a process while showing me tips on features of my new router, and then it recommended I can keep my existing network name to avoid having everything sign-in on the new router.
I was skeptical about the ease of setup but darn it so far nothing hasn’t logged back in automatically! The router features four LAN ports, a 1G internet/LAN port, a multi-gig internet/LAN port, WPS button on the front, and a USB 3.
0 port to connect a network drive. So mostly what you’d expect but with that multi-gig port to allow for future proofing your router and a USB 3. 0 port instead of the standard Mini-USB which used to be standard.
The size is moderate without being large, instead of having an array of antennae to move around to get a signal this one has two wings that stick up approximately 105 degrees (90 degrees but out away from the router body).
Once it’s set up you get to access all the features of the router via the Nighthawk app: Device Manager, Security, built in Speed Test, Parental Controls, WiFi Analytics, WiFi Settings, Guest WiFi Network on/off, and a Traffic Meter.
As a parent who has battled with apps and programs that supposedly allow for time limits and curfews the Parental Controls was my first stop…and really 75% of my review score. Looking at the manufacturer website they talk about the Parental Smart Controls and all the options to keep kids safe and productive but they don’t talk about the annual fee.
Yes, you have built in controls to turn the network off for certain profiles (say putting kids devices as a group and adult or appliance devices on a seperate always on group) but those smart controls advertised are an extra monthly or annual fee.
Netgear Armor, the security options on the router? Another monthly or annual fee and it’s even higher than the parental controls! By default the Security menu only gives you a score of how safe your network is and a few ideas about making sure your password has a minimum length and special characters.
What is free with your generous purchase of this router? Well the Guest Network is nice so you can set a simple password for when company is over and otherwise turn it off, it’s on other products but feels simpler and more binary here via the app.
Speed test and WiFi Analytics are cool for times when you’re checking if you’re being throttled or just have more traffic on the network (I never felt like the network was overloaded like I have with my old router, so another point for Netgear).
The Analytics even lets you get base readings from each room and compare them so you can see where the internet is having a hard time reaching and where its best (ironically my back bedroom was better than the living room near the router!).
Maybe I’m asking too much but the amount this router costs should cover parental controls at least, if not the network security advertised on the box. We have enough monthly fees with streaming services, video game subscriptions, cell phones, internet providers, satellite radio, online shopping clubs, etc.
For a premium product this feels cheap and scammy! That’s not to say that as a device to connect your home to the single internet modem it fails at its job, far be it. I think as an internet networking device it was easy to set up, the app is simple and easy to understand (although I’m tired of all the apps I have for each appliance I buy, this one is worth keeping), and its providing a better signal than the router I got years ago.
It comes down to what your internet is worth and if you’re OK with bells and whistles listed on the package being an extra charge once you get it hooked up out of the box. For me, that is bad business and I’m marking it down for that.
If you just want internet everywhere in your home with no hassle then I highly recommend it.
IšverstiShow in original languageMy slight arachnophobia had always kept me away from some of the higher-end routers out there, looking like biomechanical spiders from some twisted future. Fortunately, the Nighthawk AXE7800 eschews traditional antennae in favor of two large fins on either side.
As I unboxed the device and showed it to my wife, she said it looked like a robot stingray. I told her that I thought it looked like a cool space ship that maybe Darth Vader or the Emperor would shuttle around in.
She said “that’s fine, it can go live with the Star Wars toys at the top of the cabinet. ” It’s a good thing that it does fit right in with my large statuette of Boba Fett escaping the Sarlacc pit and the Darth Vader coin bank, because otherwise I don’t know where else I would put this thing.
Due to the size, it can only really be in one orientation, laying down with the fins folded up and out, which makes it take up a space of about 13 inches wide by just under 6 inches tall. Quite the footprint for something that’s basically supposed to stay out of the way.
At least it looks cool up there with the giant C-3PO. The phone app is pretty bare bones when it comes to any actual administration. I can’t set up static IP addresses for my various devices through it.
Setting up port forwarding similarly requires you to do it through a web browser. It does have a built in speed test. I just wish it had more features besides being able to reset the password to the various hotspots.
There is some kind of subscription to a set of security features called Netgear Armor that you also get a 30 day free trial for. I’m not sure what will happen after that. The subscription’s regular price is $99.
99 per year. I do like that the router is smart enough to recognize my various smart devices, and show me what they are instead of just the MAC address. My smart lights, thermostats, phones, video game consoles, computers, tablets, and printers all showed up as their brand names, which made it super simple to reconfigure the various services and automations that I have set up that have IP address hard-coded in.
With as many devices as there are on my network, and the proliferation of streaming not only movies and music, but now entire video games that are played over the cloud, the Netgear Nighthawk has been performing well, making sure that all the devices in every corner of the house have the necessary bandwidth.
Tri-band WiFi 6 provides the ultimate performance for the smart home of today and tomorrow. Powerful 1. 5GHz triple-core processor ensures superior performance for concurrent real-time applications, such as multimedia streaming, online gaming, and audio/video chats.
Engineered to deliver up to four times the data capacity over the previous standards, the Wi-Fi 6 technology with OFDMA, 160MHz channel support, and 1024 QAM vastly improves network efficiency. High-powered amplifiers increase range for reliable whole-home network.
This next-gen router is recommended for medium to large homes, suitable for up to 25 connected devices. Simultaneously stream uninterrupted movies, games, video calls or download/transfer files at 10.
8Gbps Wi-Fi speed. Works with existing and new Wi-Fi 6 devices like iPhone 11, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 Replace your existing Wi-Fi Router (separate modem or gateway required). Compatible with any Internet Service Provider up to 2Gbps including cable, satellite, fiber, DSL and more Connects to your existing cable modem and sets up and customizes in minutes with the Nighthawk app – easily manage your Wi-Fi settings at the device and network level, test your Internet speed, view speed history and monitor data usage Share a storage drive with any connected device and create a personal cloud storage to access from anywhere using the 2 x 3.
0 USB ports The world’s leading cybersecurity protects all your home devices from virus, malware, and data theft with a 30-day free trial.
WAN: 1 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T – RJ-45 LAN: 4 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T – RJ-45 USB 3.0: 1 x
External power adapter
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Reviews From Real Customers
Bought this router at the beginning of 2022 after reviewing 25 other routers. I’ve been in the IT business for 30+ years and needed an ultra-reliable solution for my business network without having to migrate over to NOC level aspect.
The cost for this router was comparable to other high end routers. I also purchased the CM2000 Modem and discarded my ISP’s equipment due to their unreliable functionality. Unpacking and setup was very simple and all equipment appeared to be brand new with easy instructions to get started.
Changing the default login info was effortless and I was able to configure the entire process with no problems. Updating the firmware was also unproblematic and the phone app installation when well too.
Several months after the initial installation, I had some issues with the phone app. The app would not sort the list of devices connected and the reset function would not work on the app. Shortly thereafter, the phone app was updated and everything worked fine again.
A couple more months later, I ran into a few new issues with the router. First, I cannot change the QOS function. If I try to define my internet bandwidth – the router interface does not save the setting and reverts back to the “SpeedTest” setting.
Second, the “Security” says it is not enabled on the Home page of the router after logging in. Even though there is security setup on the routher and the phone app, it still says that it is “Not Enabled.
” Lasty, I am unable to turn OFF the “WPS” function and button on the router. The “LED Control Settings” just turn off the lights on the actual router device. This is not what I need. The WPS button can still be pushed and a device can be connected.
The “WPS Wizard” get to a point when it asks to input a “PIN Number” if chosen not to use the recommended “Push Button” option. If a 4-8 digit PIN is not entered, there is an error requesting that a PIN be entered.
And at this stage, nothing more can be done to disable the WPS feature on the router. So, minus the listed issues; it is a good router but I think I am going to go with the NOC network option and hopefully there will be no feature holes or discrepancies.
The family has owned Netgear routers over many years upgrading them as the technology improved. Needless to say this router is the best one We have owed offering improved security, easy installation, greater coverage, wonderful app interface, and monitoring of devices connecting to it.
Netgear has upgrades for protection of individual devices with products that compete with the leading edge protection software. You can customize to the degree that you feel most comfortable, at home and away.
After installing the router, the protection that has a trial period picked up malware on two devices that the devices themselves did not detect. That confirmed my purchase, and along with my experience with Netgear, I can continue to use the internet with confidence and know that I have the best product available to safely navigate as well as protect my family’s investment at home.
Did I say I liked it, if I did I meant to say “I love my AX6 6Stream. Thanks Netgear!.
Wi-Fi 6E (802. 11ax), Up to 5378 Mb/s Throughput, 2. 4 GHz / 5 GHz / 6 GHz Tri-Band, 1 x 1GbE / 1 x 2. 5GbE LAN / WAN Ports, Up to 2000 Square Foot Coverage, Works with Amazon Alexa, Works as Smart Home Hub, Supports eero App Cover your home with fast and reliable Wi-Fi connectivity with the white Pro 6E AX5400 Wi-Fi 6E Tri-Band Gigabit Mesh System.
This high-performance 802. 11ax mesh Wi-Fi router takes advantage of the less congested 6 GHz band to transfer up to 2402 Mb/s with compatible devices. Combined with the 5 GHz signal and 2. 4 GHz frequency you’ll have a total combined bandwidth of 5378 Mb/s providing smooth 8K video streaming online gaming and video chat experiences in addition to supporting multiple smart devices.
This module may be configured as a mesh Wi-Fi router or as a satellite using their auto-sensing ports providing up to 2000 square feet of coverage. You can further expand Wi-Fi coverage by adding compatible eero Pro 6E devices to the mesh network providing seamless connectivity as you move across your home.
Located alongside the Gigabit Ethernet port is a 2. 5G port that allows you to take advantage of multi-Gig internet connections and devices. The eero Pro 6E also works as a smart home hub with support for over 100 connected devices allowing you to control Thread and Zigbee devices with your voice via Amazon Alexa enabled devices.
You can also quickly configure manage and monitor your network using the eero app for iOS and Android.
I purchased this product in hopes of increasing my wifi speeds in my home and it did not. It is a good product that produces fast wifi speeds but not any better than my xfinity gateway and netgear extender.
In the same room as my gateway, speeds range from 800-850mbps from my xfinity gateway. The eero produced speeds of 750-800mbps so not better and just a bit slower. Downstairs from my gateway and next to the mesh eero unit, i would get very similar test speeds from 350-450mbps and received no improvement even though the eero 2nd and 3rd satellite units were just 2-3 feet away from me.
The Eero app is far advanced vs the nighthawk app. It is extremely easy to setup and use. Being able to edit and name each device connected to the unit was very nice. The one extreme negative I thought is that no one at Eero support (I talked to 3 different people) could tell me exactly what speed each frequency runs at.
So the unit is sold & marketed as AX5400 but what is the speed of each frequency? Like netgear/linksys/asus tell you that 2. 4ghz runs up to 600mbps or 1. 2gbps and 5ghz runs up to 2. 4gbps or 3. 6gpbs, whatever the rating may be, well eero only states that you receive 1.
3gbps at wireless speeds and no one at support can tell you any better. Well how do you know you are getting the 5400? I find that strange that no one knows how fast each frequency is running. Overall, good product that produces good speeds but just did not improve my speeds as I had hoped so decided to just not spend the extra money and stay with the xfinity gateway.
I’ve seen a lot of 4 star reviews that leave no cons. Don’t be fooled by the lack of 5 star reviews, this is a 5 star product. The units are very fast, and if you are within the 50 foot line of sight, you’ll be getting the rated multigigabit speeds “wired” but wireless through a node.
I’ve been using 3 original Eero WiFi 5 units for the past few years and have had no complaints. The customer service is exceptional, and when I picked up a few extra Eero Pro 5 units, they didn’t come with power adapters (i got them pre-owned) and Eero replaced them free of charge.
Unfortunately now, the standard Eero 6 does not have ethernet ports, only the Pro models do. These are fast, and it was easy to “replace” units one by one, including the gateway, slowly upgrading from WiFi 5 to WiFi 6.
We’re now getting 400mbps downlink and when accessing local servers, full gigabit speeds over hardwired mesh. However, I don’t recommend this over the 6 Pro if you want the Tri band and you don’t have WiFi 6 devices.
I purchased it for link aggregation but I’d have much preferred the tri band with 2 5GHz connections rather than this one in that regard. The 6E model has a 2. 4/5/6GHz system. I have one device that support that extra 6GHz band and it’s a phone, so it’s not worth the extra for wireless connectivity.
If you are invested in Zigbee and use Alexa, this system supports up to 150 Zigbee or Thread devices, 50 per node. All in all, excellent system. The 2 wireless nodes apart from the gateway both have 16 port switches and i have 0 drops.
The performance difference between wired and wired mesh is negligible, and the convenience of not needing to run ethernet cables is excellent. Great product. Great customer service. TL;DR; but the Pro or 6 or 6+ if you don’t need 6GHz or certain niche features.
Fought with Eero for several years. Fell down a rabbit hole of adding new devices. Was told I needed more devices then was told I had too many. At $100-$400 a piece it became incredibly frustrating. I purchased this newer router in a last ditch effort to try and get things to work correctly.
In the end my system was using backhauled EERO pro’s and this device as the gateway. Backhaul means that the eero devices send and receive data over (Cat6 in my case) Ethernet in the walls rather than using additional Wi-Fi bandwidth to communicate between units.
Hypothetically it should be far more reliable and faster than simply using extenders or Eero devices without a hardwired connection. It wasn’t. The network would do this thing where it would have rolling blackouts where devices would disconnect and then reconnect within 5-30 minutes.
Sometimes it was noticeable and sometimes it was not so I can’t say how long it was going on for. My iPhone hates Eero (or vice versa?). Sitting on my couch 5’ away from the gateway and suddenly my internet would stop working.
Turn Wi-Fi on/off, repeat. Sometimes every 5 minutes…sometimes hours. Even replaced my phone to try and fix it. So I bought this stupid thing because I’m in well over $1,000 in Eero stuff so might as well go forward…set it up as the gateway and it says “we need to update your network.
” Ok. We’ll go out to a movie and run some errands. All day I get “your devices are disconnected” and “your device has reconnected. ” We come home 6 hours later and it’s still dropping and adding and disconnecting eero devices.
Reset. Try again. Gave up after another 3 hours and returned it. My personal favorite tech support call was when I was told that one of my units was getting a “little hot” and when I asked where he could see that, he literally laughed at me and said he had access to soooo much more information than I do.
About my product. That I purchased. Another time the routers “decided” that my two sons couldn’t play Minecraft on the same server. Was told this time that Eero knows what’s best for me. What does that even mean? I had to have one of them Connect to LTE.
What’s worse is that these Eero devices are not that fast. They’re mid-range quality devices loaded with sensors and analytics software. You can spend $300 on TP-Link, Netgear, or Asus devices and have a more secure connection, no spyware, better reliability, and cover 8,000sq ft vs $400 for a single Eero device with poor 5ghz connectivity.
They’re ripping you off and stealing your information. We replaced the system with Asus hardware and I was shocked to learn that local videos via SMB that would buffer for 30-60 seconds now loaded in 1-2 seconds.
I guess they needed to check to make sure the content was ok and let Amazon know what I was watching first. My speed test from within the router went from 800Mbps on EERO to 1. 2Gbps on our Asus router.
Those speeds are also reflected in hardwired devices too. Sitting on my same couch my iPhone speed test has gone from 100-200Mbps to 700+. I was able to use backhaul at 2. 5Gb to connect my Asus router and mesh devices and it actually works.
What’s better is that I can change and see everything in a comprehensive app and an even more in depth web page portal. I can set device preferences to keep devices connected to certain routers to load balance.
I can turn off QOS and analytics easily. I implore people to stop buying these devices. They are no more “easy” or “plug and play” than any other router product. You can spend far less, never touch a menu, and still get fantastic and more reliable Wi-Fi service than Eero provides.
Say goodbye to dead spots and buffering-even when the whole family is online. As you add more devices, your connection stays strong and does not slow you down. Asking a single router to cover your entire home is like asking a speaker in your living room to provide clear sound throughout every room – it just won’t work.
Instead you need multiple access points placed throughout your home to provide fast, reliable Wi-Fi. EERO’s hardware, app, and cloud combine to create a worry-free, connected experience.
I bought the Pro 6 three pack and a Pro extender during a recent sale to replace four Google Wifi and a Nest Wifi point that had been having trouble keeping up with the new bandwidth requirements of 4K video and multiple people on Zoom at the same time.
Why so much mesh? We live in a 1910 house that’s tall (three stories) and skinny with old, thick plaster walls, including a kitchen with metal lathe plaster and tin paneling that sits like a giant Faraday cage in the middle of the first floor just waiting to block electromagnetic waves to the small addition in the back of the house where the kids play video games.
So far, I’m happy with the eero Pro 6: setup was simple using the app, and connection speeds are generally five to ten times faster throughout the house for wireless devices that support newer protocols.
The eero devices (other than the extender) are all wired via Cat6 to maximize performance. I didn’t face the more serious inability to connect some 2. 4GHz devices that some people have reported, though I did have to manually enter my SSID into my Kasa 2.
4GHz wifi switches in order for them to see the network. My Racchio irrigation controller also found the network on its own, though I know some people have reported problems with that particular device.
Coverage seems generally better than with the Google devices, thus my ability to go from five points to three plus an extender. Where I previously needed a Google point in my attic to get adequate coverage for my office, the eero on the floor below now provides four or five times better speed.
(No more, “You’re connection is causing problems” messages from our company video conferencing system, which is nice. ) I have 1GB Verizon fiber, and the eero consistently reports max download and upload speeds between 760Mbps and 900Mbps.
My newer devices (like my iPhone 12) peak at about about 370Mbps over wifi, which I find more than acceptable given that I have about 60 wifi devices on the network and another dozen or so wired. The Google system was clearly struggling to keep up at times, and my upload and download speeds regularly fell into the 30-50Mbps range.
One thing that seemed to help the eero (and you network managers out there probably already knew this, but I just figured it out): In a couple locations, I have the eero connected via it’s second port to a gigabit switch that’s handling other wired devices (such as Hue and Eufy hubs).
I found that overall network performance seemed to improve if I connected the wall port to the eero , and then the eero to the switch, rather than connecting the switch to the wall port, and then attaching the eero to the switch.
I’m not sure exactly why this helps, but it definitely seemed to improve overall throughput. I’ll update as I get more sophisticated in how I use the eero (reconnecting my NAS as a person cloud, for instance, and as I get more firmware updates), but so far, I’m pretty pleased.
Bought the 3-pack and also added another 1. Very good and pretty much as advertised. Super easy setup. We got these to deal with some dead spots and because it allowed us to have rooms where we needed to plug in PCs that didn’t have wifi (or wifi wasn’t a good option) and the 2 available Ethernet slots per unit were the perfect solution.
Got rid of the 50 foot ugly cables we had running around the baseboards of the house. The only 3 negatives which lost it the 5-star rating are that the security features are causing some devices to lose wifi here and there (only for a few seconds), the same security (which has nice features) is only free for 30 days (annoying, and not worth continuing), and the speed.
The last one may be a big thing for some, so I’ll explain. We have 1GB service. Our hardline devices generally get about 750-800 on speedtest. net. Our wifi devices were getting about 500. Now with the Eero (which replaced the “upgraded” spectrum hardware), we are at slightly less than those numbers.
So for us, killing the dead zones and adding 8 ethernet ports around the house were worth losing a few percent on the speed. But again, starting with 1GB service allows you not to worry about losing some in translation.
For those who may be at 200, 100 or lower, it could be an issue. Bottom line: I totally recommend this for effectively expanding wifi in larger areas, and for giving yourself those sometimes valuable Ethernet ports without running cables.
If you’re getting this to speed up your wifi, I would be cautious.
My primary season for purchasing was additional coverage and speed, throughput. Our house is larger requiring pods to expand coverage, speed. After doing a lot of research on multiple mesh wifi systems, reading user reviews, and watching various YouTube videos I finally decided on Eero 6 Pro.
The 3-pack, drop in price also sealed the deal. My setup before purchasing: Xfinity Pro Plan: 1200Mbps (down) 40Mbps (up) with two Xfinity branded “pods” to extend coverage in cold spots. I appreciated the ease of adding the pods to my network, but speeds were at best 8-9Mbps down/1-2Mbps (up) with almost non-existent upload speeds.
Immediately after setup of the Eero system, I could see an immediate increase in speeds in far reaches of our home, including the garage. My coverage and download speeds after install are the following: 2nd Floor: 237Mbps (down)/41Mbps (up) 1st Floor: 579Mbps (down)/41Mbps (up) Garage: 272Mbps (down)/41Mbps (up) This may have been overkill buying this system, but with the inclusion of Wi-Fi 6 made more sense and will cover our needs for the next (hopefully) several years.
The app was easy to use, easy to setup and controls give you may options. For power users, this may not be enough, but for most this will work just fine. I love the inclusion of the guest network with the ability to use a QR code or text when sharing.
Powerful and Exquisite Combining Tri-band WiFi with high-tech WiFi 6, Archer AX90 provides eight simultaneous data streams to open up more bandwidth and help your devices operate at full speed. Eight high gain antennas not only deliver boosted WiFi signals to every corner of your home, but also bring a sense of aesthetics.
Go Faster— Wired or Wireless In addition to stunning wireless speeds of more than 6. 6 Gbps, AX90 also provides premium wired connections. A 2. 5 Gbps port and 1 Gbps port make full use of gigabit speeds from your local ISP.
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I have had TP-Link routers for years. This was to upgrade our AC1900, which still works but wifi speeds were not as good as they could be. Most of devices are new, however beware. In our case, I had to return this.
The software is super easy to use and gets setup very quick. The bad, if you have any old 2. 4ghz device that can not be manually setup then you might have a probably with it getting to connect. The TP-link software while great, this model does not have any fine tuning.
We have to older smart devices that do not like smart connect or the wifi band ssid sharing. There are some ways around this issue, but then the smart connect feature of most wifi6 devices is useless.
With this tri-band you can create 3 separate ssids that will get your older and new devices up and running, the problem is now they are all potentially on separate networks. That’s the kicker. If you have different devices on 3 different networks then when it comes to using wifi apps you have to switch ssids to connect with those devices.
Very annoying and well with the older AC1900 router that wasn’t a problem. If you are a tuner, this Archer 3200 is not for you, unless you change the software to DD-WRT which nulls your warranty.
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When you aren’t gaming, 4K content and streaming will take priority, so you always have a seamless internet experience. Tri-band Wi Fi 6 With AX 6600 rated tri-band Wi Fi, you’ve got the flexibility to spread your devices across one 2.
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Monitor your connection speeds, latency and more, all processed and organised in intuitive UI. You can set up in minutes using an app. Then you can manage it as easily, with just a few taps within the app.
Plua, it comes with a lifetime subscription of Home Care Antivirus to keep your data safe.
Upgrade to true high-performance wireless with the net gear nighthawk ax wireless 6 router. With a powerful 1. 5GHz triple-core processor, it delivers blazing-fast Internet speeds and reliable connectivity to every device in your network, allowing you to stream picture-perfect 4K UHD content to smart TVs, mobile devices, and gaming consoles with up to 2.
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I bought this to replace an equivalent Linksys WiFi router that I purchased about 12 years ago (where has the time gone?!?!). It turned out that the old unit wasn’t compatible with the new remote log in set up we have at work, so I order this unit and had my wife go pick it up.
In a word – WOW! This was a brand recommended by our IT people, so I found this on sale (thanks Best Buy). Once I got it, I assembled it (you need to put the antennae on), followed the setup instructions in the box and I was in business.
A word of caution here: Netgear supplies you with a temporary router password so you can log into the router to make adjustments and get connection info. You MUST replace this with your own new password.
I discovered this during my review of available WiFi routers. It’s a minor annoyance but that’s part of living in the “digital age” people and it ensures your home network security. Once set up, the connection is astonishingly fast.
Much faster than the previous one. I downloaded a Netgear Nighthawk app on my smartphone and went from room to room checking signal strength. Nothing less than 500 Mbps anywhere. What you get yourself will depend heavily on how fast your service is and the size of your home; you may need local repeaters to ensure top speeds.
Reconnected all of our devices and smart TV (now THERE’S an oxymoron), and we were back in business again. This far exceeded my expectations and I am well pleased. I highly recommend this unit for someone looking for a quality WiFi router.
I bought this device to replace the one I was renting from xfinity to cut back on my monthly costs. It was very easy and quick to set up and activate with xfinity, and I am not educated at all when it comes to this technical stuff.
I did it all through the Netgear Nighthawk app. If you set up the network with the same name and password you used with your previous setup all of your devices will reconnect as though nothing had changed.
My only issue (which is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5) was after the initial setup, while watching streaming video, I received a message on my TV that I had lost internet connection. But it resolved itself on its own in less than 2 minutes.
It happened one more time a few hours later but hasn’t happened again since, and I have had it set up for about a week now. If I don’t receive the internet connection error again I will change my rating to 5 stars if I am able to.
I would recommend anyone who is renting equipment from their provider to buy their own equipment, specifically this device, since it is so easy to set up and is working well. You can set up a monthly plan and own it in less than a year while paying less than you currently are to rent it.
After you own it you start saving about $15/month. It’s worth the investment. I wish I had done it sooner.
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If you take gaming seriously, you need the GS-AX5400! WiFi 6 — The Ultimate Gaming Power Lower Latency | Faster Speeds | Energy Efficiency | Longer Range WiFi 6 brings incredible speeds and coverage to your gaming network, and supports all your existing devices.
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You don’t need to configure it, just connect your gaming PC or console to the gaming port to put it at the head of the queue for a fast, stable connection. Easy port forwarding for different NAT types With easy three-step port forwarding.
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Create a Whole-Home Mesh WiFi System! ASUS AiMesh combines multiple AiMesh-compatible ASUS routers to create a whole-home mesh WiFi system with centralized control. You can use a single SSID for your entire home network, with seamless coverage and no more dead zones!.
I’m using it as the main router for AiMesh in our 3900 square foot house. Awesome speed. Initial testing in the same room as the router I was getting 490mbps from my 400mbps rated internet connection, and 250mbps 50 feet away and one level down through several walls with just one router.
I had some hiccups figuring out how to setup the AiMesh system – you have to download new firmware for all older routers. It only took a little research to get it all worked out. I now have one main GS-AX3000 and two AC1750 nodes.
It would probably be better with all WiFi 6 routers like the main one, but baby steps.
13. Netgear Nighthawk AXE7800 Tri-Band WiFi 6E Router (raxe300)
Blazing-fast 7.8Gbps WiFi speeds- 8-Stream Tri-band WiFi with combined wireless speeds up to 7.8Gbps (0.6+4.8+2.4Gbps)
4-stream for 5GHz extends the high-speed Internet to a greater range
WiFi 6E optimized powerful processor- 1.7GHz quad-core processor ensures smooth 4K/8K UHD streaming & gaming-ideal for Gigabit Internet speeds
Multi-Gig Ethernet 2.5G port-2.5 times the wired speed of typical Gigabit port
Nighthawk App-Easily set up your router and get more out of your WiFi. Includes access from anywhere to manage your network away from home
Enhance your large home with fast and reliable network connectivity for smooth 4K video streaming, online gaming, and video chat experiences with the Netgear RAXE300 Nighthawk AXE7800 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router.
In addition to using the traditional 2. 4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies, this flexible tri-band 802. 11ax router takes advantage of the less congested 6 GHz band to deliver up to 7. 8 Gb/s of total throughput with compatible devices.
It also works with previous Wi-Fi standards to deliver smooth video streaming and online gaming experiences. Connect wired network devices such as computers, video game consoles, and smart TVs to the four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, two of which may be combined using link aggregation for 2G speeds with compatible devices.
A fifth Gigabit Ethernet port is also available alongside a 2. 5G port, either of which may be connected to your broadband modem as a WAN port or connected to high-speed LAN devices such as computers, switches, and storage drives.
Use the integrated USB 3. 1 Gen 1 Type-C port to connect external drives and share videos, music, and other files across the network. The Nighthawk RAXE300 works with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant to quickly configure your network using voice commands.
Also, with VPN support, you can securely access your home network and internet connection using your mobile device from almost anywhere in the world.
The Google 2nd Generation Nest Wi-Fi Router system is scalable and flexible. It includes one router unit and two extenders. These Nest Wi-Fi devices work together to blanket your whole home in fast, reliable Wi-Fi and eliminate buffering in every room – with coverage up to 6600 square feet.
The router plugs into your internet provider’s modem to create your Wi-Fi network while the other two extends the wireless network and keeps your connection fast to devices in every room. Strong System.
This system is strong enough to handle up to 200 connected devices, and fast enough to stream multiple 4K videos at a time. It is compatible with Google Wi-Fi; Ethernet ports included on each router 15W power adapter.
The system intelligently working behind the scenes to make sure your Wi-Fi remains fast allowing you to walk from room to room on a video call with an uninterrupted signal Nest Wi-Fi automatically updates itself to get new features and help your network stay safe and sound.
We purchased the 2 pack Nest Wifi Mesh router as a replacement for our older Apple AirPort Extreme. We could never get it to function properly, eventually returning it to the store. I’m digitally native, fairly technically competent and work in a technical field (engineer).
These routers could not consistently maintain an internet signal. We have Xfinity internet. I imagine this is a very common setup in many homes using Nest routers. We tried the router with two customer owned modems, an older Arris DOCSIS 3.
0 unit that has worked perfectly with the AirPort for about 6 years (can’t remember the last time it even needed a restart) and a brand new Arris DOCSIS 3. 1 modem. We contacted Xfinity each time before switching to be sure they were activated in their system and receiving an internet signal.
The router had the same issue of not being able to obtain/maintain an internet connection with both modems. I had to call technical support 3 separate times over the short time we had this unit. In the end, they blamed Xfinity, who in turn blamed Arris.
But given that we had the same router issue with two separate Arris modems, and that each time when we reconnected our old AirPort, everything worked fine again, the variable here clearly is the Google Nest router.
The Google Home app, which controls the device, is cumbersome. It’s designed for ease of use, but this also means it’s a “black box” with minimal user control should adjustments be needed. I’m still not sure if the issue we had was hardware or software related, but in the end it doesn’t really matter as Very glad I was able to get a refund and try a router from another manufacturer.
If you do plan to purchase one of these, in addition to price shopping, be sure to pay attention to the return window the retailer you’re purchasing it from allows. We found national retailers vary from 15 days to 90 days.
If a defect doesn’t immediately present itself, in my experience, Google’s warranty isn’t where you want to be stuck, so those extra days may end up being valuable.
Homes differ. I don’t want to suggest that competing products are intrinsically inferior to this product, but I did try out 4 different makes of mesh systems in my home and found the Google Nest AC 2200 three pack somewhat better than the competition in my home.
The mesh systems I tried were the Netgear Orbi AC 3000 two pack, the Amazon eero 6 four pack, the TP Link Deco S 4 four pack and the Google Nest. All systems were comparable in price, around $ 250, during the Cyber Monday sale window, except for the TP Link system which cost about $ 180.
I would consider these systems mid range mesh systems, not entry level ones. My yardstick was that the mesh had to deliver better speed and signal strength that my existing router and extender combination and had to be stable and consistent in speed.
What I found is that none of the four named systems, all of which claimed 5000 to 6000 square ft of coverage, actually covered my 3000 square ft L shaped home with uniform speeds across the home. I got about 160-200 MBps in one half of my home and only 50-70 MBps in the far end of the other half of the house with these mesh networks.
My subscription is 350 MBps and I get 120-160 MBps in one half and 30-50 MBps in the other half with just my router and extender. The three unit Google Nest based on the older AC 2200 standard gave me better speeds than even the four unit eero 6 mesh which is based on the newer Wi-Fi 6 standard, though the difference was not big: about 15 % better.
Speed apart, the clincher for me was that the two Google extenders in the Nest pack came with built in speakers which could be used as network connected speakers to play streaming audio. Overall, the Google Nest was better in my layout but I wish I could get a true 5000 sq ft mesh with equal speeds across my whole home.
I bought this to upgrade my main node as I already had the 2017 version of the 1st gen pucks that worked fairly well. I appreciate that it’s backwards compatible with the older gen and able to use them as mesh nodes without any hassle.
My new home has several walls in between the main node and the locations that it makes to most sense to place the mesh points, so the upgraded antenna on this unit has given my older mesh points a boost.
I’m now getting close to double the speed at the ends of my house. It’s supposedly rated for 2200 sqft which would cover my whole house on its own, but I haven’t tested it out. When replacing the main node I did have to set up everything from scratch and reset the mesh points since there’s no way to transfer an existing network to the new unit.
Other than that, setup is a breeze guided by the Google Home app. My main complaints are the new plug shape and removal of USB C that the previous gen had, the lack of VLAN tagging, limited upload speeds on PPPoE mode, and limited download speeds in general (I get max ~600 Mbps from my 1 Gbps fiber, the ISP provided router got around ~850 Mbps).
If the nest WiFi points had wired backhaul and PoE to use as WAPs I might have considered purchasing them as well. If you want advanced networking features and settings this is not the system for you.
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In fact, RT-AC86U is able to connect to multiple MU-MIMO-compatible clients at each device’s maximum speed simultaneously, unlike standard single-user MIMO where individual devices have to wait for sequential transmissions.
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Powerful Processor, Faster Transfers RT-AC86U’s top-of-the-line 1. 8 GHz dual-core processor brings its computational capability to the next level. USB data transfers enjoy up to over 110 MB/s speed and the router download/upload speed (WAN-LAN throughput) up to 1600 Mbps.
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Ai – Protection blocks common internet-based attacks before they reach the network, and if an infected device is detected on the network, Ai – Protection instantly blocks it to prevent it sending any personal information to malicious servers.
Fortified Frontline Network Security Networking is only half the equation when it comes to game performance. As Ai – Protection is integrated in RT-AC86U and powered by the router, even if a device’s security software isn’t turned on — to get around blocked games, for example — Ai – Protection still protects the network from attacks and intrusions, for added peace of mind.
ASUS Router APP Control Your Network Anywhere In your increasingly mobile-enabled life, having control over your network via an app is more important than ever. The new ASUS Router APP is built from the ground-up to be both intuitive and robust, all without needing to boot up a PC.
ASUSWRT Easily Control Your Network RT-AC86U features the enhanced, intuitive ASUSWRT user interface, which gives you easy access to both the 3-step web-based installation process and a wealth of robust advanced options.
Connectivity Options RT-AC86U has four Gigabit LAN ports, USB 2. 0 port and USB 3. 1 Gen 1 port. Smart TV, game consoles, NAS storage devices and more can now have their own dedicated ports, making RT-AC86U your digital home hub.
Your Sharing Center With built-in USB 3. 1 Gen 1 and USB 2. 0 ports, you can connect USB-enabled devices, such as external storage drives, printers, or a 3G/4G dongle to your ASUS router and share them conveniently with other users via Wi-Fi.
And with USB 3. 1 Gen 1, you can enjoy up to 10X faster data transfer speeds. Disclimer 1. The free router edition supports one selectable device on your network at a time with GPN traffic limits, and includes WTFast technical support.
Users can pay to upgrade to the advanced version for simultaneous acceleration of multiple devices with more GPN traffic and advanced.
I purchased this with confidence and was excited to start using it as my 15 yr old Asus AC66U was starting to drop packets. My old Asus router has been a beast so wanted to keep the same brand. I installed it and transferred my old settings with a config file and immediately most nearly everything connected with a few exceptions.
I have Dlink Dap 1522 bridge that allows me to connect a few older devices TV/Neo box that don’t have wireless. I could not get it to connect no matter what I tried. It saw the same SSID and signed in but the internet connection was not there.
I thought I’d try powering off the router. There is no power button so unplugged it. Counted to 10 and plugged it back in. No power. What? Repeated and then noted a flicker. The socket has a bad connection.
I must have got lucky the first time. I reinstalled old reliable Asus and this one is being returned today. I noted the old Asus router seems significantly more weight to it. The plastic not as cheap.
Maybe its my perception but I think Asus cut some corners on this router especially given the socket failed with one plug in. Too bad.
Although it does not support the new 802. 11ax standard, this is an excellent router, powerful, versatile and easily configured. It can be used as a mesh router, as a repeater, or standalone. It has many security features.
Its signal reaches farther and more reliably in my large, multi-story home than any other that I have ever used before (which is a very long list dating back to the days when 802. 11b was the bee’s knees).
This router feels very sturdy and substantial and it just exudes quality-of-build as soon as you lift it out of the box. It is an attractive design and I particularly like its upright stance, which allows it to fit in a very narrow space whether on a shelf or on top of a desk.
I chose this router because of my favorable history with Asus routers. It replaced a six year-old Asus RT-68U that NEVER malfunctioned or needed a reboot in its entire long, rode-hard-and-put-away-wet life.
It accidentally dropped from its perch to the floor and stopped providing a signal, but after I installed the subject of this review I took it upstairs, removed and replaced the antennae, tweaked its configuration a little, and VOILA! It’s a MIRACLE.
It was fully resurrected and will be used for my bedroom entertainment system once I install a wired Ethernet cable. The configuration software provided by Asus is truly excellent, very intuitive and easy to use.
I have previously used an ASUS AC1900 68U router and it lasted 6 years and then failed suddenly. I wanted another ASUS router and needed it quickly because we were totally offline. I looked at Walmart and Best Buy stores in the area but they didn’t have the AC2900.
So I looked online and found B&H Photo via Google. I called and place the order, took about 5 minutes because I knew what I wanted. Paid $13 for overnight. However, FEDEX didn’t deliver it over night, had to wait an extra day.
But when I installed it, I set the settings exactly the same as the previous one, hooked it up and it worked immediately. I like the white lights instead of the blue, much easier to see. Has been working fine for 2 weeks now; happy and would do it again using B&H and ASUS.
Description Connect your smart devices to the internet or LAN with this NETGEAR Nighthawk 4G LTE router. Wi-Fi 6 technology lets you connect several devices, maintaining fast wireless speeds, while 4G LTE network compatibility allows internet access through compatible cellular devices.
Featuring the NETGEAR Armor, this NETGEAR Nighthawk 4G LTE router helps protect your devices and data, and the quad-core processor enhances performance for gaming and streaming media. Features System requirements Microsoft Windows 7, 8, 10, Vista, XP, 2000, macOS, Unix, or Linux.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 or higher, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome 55 or higher, Firefox 45 or higher, Safari 10 or higher. NETGEAR Nighthawk app Easily set up your LTE router and get more out of your WiFi.
Includes access from anywhere to manage your network away from home. Five Gigabit Ethernet ports Connect more wired devices for fast file transfer and uninterrupted connections. One WAN and four LAN ports.
More Wi-Fi for more devices OFDMA allows for efficient data transmission to multiple devices at the same time. AX1800 dual-band Wi-Fi router Features up to 1. 8 Gbps (600 Mbps + 1200 Mbps) wireless speeds for fast data transfer speeds.
Latest-generation Wi-Fi 6 technology Delivering four times better performance than AC Wi-Fi, it allows more devices to connect and stream simultaneously without impacting the speed or reliability. Backward-compatible with Wi-Fi 5 and earlier-generation devices.
160MHz channel support Allows streaming at Gigabit speeds to supported mobile devices, which are used for video streaming or gaming. 1024-QAM modulation Ensures up to 25% increased data efficiency and faster speeds than a 256-QAM router.
Use 4G LTE as your primary Internet connection It lets you use 4G LTE cellular service for your home Internet connection when your existing Internet service fails and is compatible with most major LTE cellular networks.
NETGEAR Armor Advanced cyber threat protection for your home network and your connected devices. Latest security standard Supports WPA3 with the latest and quality Wi-Fi security protocol. 128-bit AES encryption with PSK Protects your network against hackers and eavesdroppers.
Four-stream AX WiFi Offers up to 1. 5x better performance than an AC router for fast wireless speeds. Stream smooth 4K UHD content to smart TVs, mobile devices, and gaming consoles. Readyshare USB access Wirelessly access and share USB hard drives via one USB port.
Automatic firmware updates Offer the latest security patches to the router. Certified with AT&T and T-Mobile. Not compatible with Verizon Wireless and Sprint. What’s Included NETGEAR Nighthawk AX1800 Dual-Band 4G LTE Wi-Fi Router Ethernet cable Power adapter 2 external WiFi antenna Owner’s manual Manuals & Guides Specification Sheet EnglishOpens a New Window.
Experience smooth HD streaming and online gaming with high-performance AC1200 Wi-Fi 1200Mbps of Wi-Fi speed over dual 5GHz (867Mbps) and 2. 4GHz (300Mbps) bands. Superior, far-reaching Wi-Fi coverage with high powered amplifiers four high gain 5dBi dual Band antennas.
Smart management through your mobile device through Tenda cloud, Wi-Fi scheduling, and control over LED indicators.
IMPRESSIVE ROUTER. There are routers on the market by Netgear, Linksys and others that offer similar functionality for much more money. This Tenda unit is super easy to set up, and works exactly as described.
It’s FAST! Besides, it also looks super cool in my server rack. Oh yeah, I’m happy. For once, I didn’t have to buy a more expensive unit from another manufacturer because the less expensive one truly lived up to what it claimed to be.
This is a very straightforward router. If you want 5 GHz wifi6 and that’s all you want, that’s exactly what this router provides. Nothing fancy, which also means you’re not paying extra for features you’ll never use.
I’m specifically using this to run an Oculus Quest 2 as a wireless headset via Virtual Desktop and it works great.
I use this as an access point upstairs from my Netgear Nighthawk downstairs! Never had any problems after 2 years! Speeds are as advertised! $30 vs $100+ Netgear Nighthawk is a no brainer! Speeds are exactly the same! Love it! I brought an extra for backup and feel I wasted my money!! Great product and no worries!!!.
The NETGEAR AC1200 smart Wi-Fi router delivers AC1200 Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet speeds so you can enjoy the speed and reliability needed for applications such as lag-free multiple HD video streaming, multi-player gaming, ultra-fast speed and a secure and reliable connection to the Internet.
External antennas provide improved Wi-Fi coverage for larger homes. This router is 3x faster than similar 802. 11n routers and is compatible with next generation Wi-Fi devices and backward compatible with 802.
11 a/b/g/n devices. High-performance connectivity With up to 300+900Mbps speed and simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi technology, it avoids wireless interference, ensuring top Wi-Fi speeds and reliable connections.
These technologies also provide ultimate connectivity for the latest dual band mobile devices like iPads and iPhones. The 880MHz processor delivers high-performance connectivity, while the USB 2. 0 port provides wireless access and sharing of USB hard drives.
Reliable connections Stay connected – with your devices, your media, and your friends. Simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi provides two separate Wi-Fi networks – 2. 4GHz for legacy devices and 5GHz which is less interference-prone for media streaming.
The advanced QoS technology provides higher priority for media streaming application for smoother HD video streaming and low-latency online gaming. Fun and easy sharing With NETGEAR, sharing across your network is fun and easy, anything from accessing stored photos and music to wireless printing.
Ease of use NETGEAR wants to make sure installation and management is simple and easy, so you can connect quickly and make sure you stay that way! Secure network Maintain high security across your network to help ensure your privacy and family is safe while online.
Whether it’s preventing phishing or just limiting access for kids and guests, NETGEAR has you covered.
LAN: 2 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T – RJ-45 WAN: 1 x modem – F connector USB 2.0: 1 x 4 pin USB Type A
External power adapter
1 x network cable
Software / System Requirements
UNIX, Apple MacOS, Linux, Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10
Dimensions & Weight
Service & Support
Limited warranty – 1 year Technical support – 90 days
Reviews From Real Customers
Recently purchased this as an open box unit and so far seems to be working fine. We had a very similar modem / router that must have been its predecessor with one in between and the one that was similar to this worked excellent until we knocked it over and it smashed and it didn’t work anymore.
So hopefully this one will not have that happen. Netgear makes really good routers and the one that we had in between was given to us and it was actually a more expensive model with the two antennas and cable company was doing an upgrade in the area and as far as we are concerned, they fried it.
Could never get it to reboot after they did whatever they did. I prefer to own my own equipment than to give them money to rent it each month and on a modem like this, wherever you buy it, it would be yours and once you pay for it there’s no monthly gateway charges.
I bought this modems and it literally never worked. My other Netgear modem/router works fine on the same connection (although it is old now and overheats and cuts out, but I got a good many years out of it) and I worked with my internet provider to update the MAC number and everything so it is not from that end.
I talked to customer service at Netgear and they said they could not help me because it has been more than three months, even though I have literally never used it. It definitely appears to be a hardwear problem, which you think would be covered under the 1 year hardware warranty but apparently not.
I was happy with my other Netgear product but this customer service experience leaves a bad taste in my mouth, now I need to buy a new modem/router even though the last one never worked?.
The Netgear AC1750 WiFi Cable Modem Router provides the fastest cable speed available with an AC1750 WiFi router and integrated Docsis 3. 0 cable modem, with up to 680 Mbps. CableLabs certified to work with all major cable Internet providers such as Cablevision, Charter, Cox, Time Warner Cable, Xfinity and more.
This was my first wifi system ever after moving out of my parent’s house and it was easy to set up. buying it outright means I didn’t have to rent the modem/router from xfinity and it saved me some coin (14$) on my monthly payment.
Make an account with xfinity then set up the router, and you’ll connect the router to your account through the xfinity app if you have iPhone (idk for android) and after it’s on and connected to xfinity, you have to download the app for the router mention in the instruction manual, and enter the details of the router into that app as well.
then, it is ready to work. I struggled with getting the names and passwords assigned to the internets on my account, like I’d have 3 names pop up in my phone’s wifi settings, two being 5g and one being 2.
4g, and I had to be on 2. 4g to make edits to the router settings but when I’d switch from the 5g to 2. 4g (not cellular) it would throw my connection in the trash 30 seconds after I connected. so I had to work fast to delete the guest network and cement a password into the 5g setting of the router’s app.
it gave me more trouble by not having a 5g page in the app to edit at all so I had to make the guest 5g just to edit the regular 5g. it was a little bit of running around and I suggest when you set it up originally, don’t confuse your networks or passwords.
I have them cooking smoothly now and my signal doesn’t drop or fade. It’s great for my small space. big houses might want a wireless access point upgrade but dorms, apartments, small houses and it’s fine by itself but your experience may vary.
using an internet speed test from google will help you see what your signal does behind closed doors or walls and is a great free diagnostic tool. my last bit of information that I had to claw and bite for on the internet is that this WiFi Cable Modem Router is a standalone unit.
You connect it to the wall with a coax cable (xfinity gave me one but you might have to buy one) and after you have an account with your Internet Service Provider (xfinity for my area) then this box will do all the work unless you choose to add extra bits.
It is a modem, router, access point, and has 4 switched connection points onboard. It’s pretty dang space conscious and I am happy with my purchase.
Well, I thought about it for awhile and then I just went ahead and bought it. I took it in to get registered at the cable store mac number registration counter and put in the time hooking and unhooking, typing in passwords, and calling, and in the end it was just incredible.
Oh! The applause we got! We did a two minute unplugged power cycle and subsequently were connected on all levels of the universe! I will save approximately $168 a year and be thankful to the online community (who we should all be thankful for) for my new dual-band connectivity.
And wouldn’t you know it, it was another funny pet video on YouTube, and I was on my way. I don’t upload, though, I’m not that sort of citizen. I like my router flexibility to be quasi-metaverse social.
I need my why-fries sizzling, if you can catch my drift. I don’t do video buffering. No more! I have tasted that cheese and it was moldy (and worst of all, unmelted. Boo!). I am not a mouse running from a hole in the wall to masticate and digest that queso.
I am a bird who now sores. A true de(s)cendant of the dinosaurs. I am a Nighthawk, spare me the wine and crackers, Xfinity! I am my own network: The new-Neo, the Netgear AC1750!!! I am the pathway to all that ever was, and all that will ever be!.
I’ll try to keep this as brief as possible. This product is obsolete in my opinion. They have been manufacturing this model since roughly 2013. No wonder I got it for almost $80 off. I purchased this because my Arris Modem/Router combo was old and failing PER Cox ISP.
Well I bought this and guess what? Everything got worrrrrse. I installed my Arris again and things got better and my device was failing? Guess not. With Netgear my signal drops more and the house WIFI coverage wasn’t any better.
But BAR NONE the biggest complaint is the customer service. I absolutely can’t update my firmware. They set ‘go to routerlogin. net’ but no option. They say ‘download nighthawk app’ but no option (endless loop of nothingness).
They say ‘download genie app’ but it says its up to date when it’s not. Then they say that COX is supposed to! And COX says, “hold up, wait a minute, something ain’t right – there supposed to. ” So back and forth.
I have decided to return after two tech visits from COX and a worsening signal and intermittent disconnects, but mostly cause everyone is pointing fingers are each other and the support is terrible. Do yourself a favor, pay a smidge more, buy a new model gateway or do what I did and get a modem and router separately so you can have a little more control over your setup.
The TP-Link AC2100 Wi-Fi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router is built to connect you to the Internet at all times. Latest Super VDSL tech delivers Internet speeds of up to 350Mbps Ultra-fast speed reaching up to 1733Mbps on 5GHz and 300Mbps on 2.
4GHz 4×4 MU-MIMO simultaneously transfers data to multiple devices Lightning-fast wired connection Easy setup Versatile connectivity The Ethernet WAN port supports wired connection to cable or fibre modem letting you take full advantage of its wireless capabilities as a router.
In case the Internet connectivity goes down, attach a 3G/4G adapter to the USB 3. 0 port to serve as a backup option and can get back online in no time. Enjoy the network at full speed The Archer VR2100 makes full use of its dual band Wi-Fi capabilities reaching speeds of up to 1733Mbps on 5GHz band and 300Mbps on 2.
4GHz band. Enjoy a total speed of up to 2. 1Gbps to eliminate latency and buffering from your HD streams and lag from online games. Two dedicated Wi-Fi networks support more devices and reduce wireless interference to create stable connections.
Efficient Wi-Fi for every device MU-MIMO technology serves up to four devices at once reducing wait time and increasing Wi-Fi throughput for every device, thereby making each stream more efficient. Lightning-fast wired connections One USB 3.
0 port provides data transfers up to 10x faster than a traditional USB 2. 0 port. Connect external storage devices and share files, photos and videos at high speeds. 4 Gigabit LAN ports help wired devices achieve peak performance for HD streaming and gaming.
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