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Promoted 01-14-2014 by yuugotserved at 06:03 PM View Original Post
Newegg has D-Link DIR-816L Wireless AC750 Dual Band Cloud Router for $30. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Last Edited by pc2007 February 19, 2014 at 03:12 PM
Yes, the 10/100 ethernet may bottleneck an 802.11ac client with a good signal.

http://www.dlink.ir/en/WirelessRo.../DIR_816L#

Now listed at their US website:
http://www.dlink.com/us/en/home-s...ud-router#

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ac dual band only $30? why so cheap?
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no gigabit, no limited USB and likely no open-source firmware so it 's an entry level router but the price is still right

specs [speedguide.net]
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ac dual band only $30? why so cheap?
I assume one of the reasons is that the ports are 10/100M not gigabit
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no gigabit, no USB and likely no open-source firmware so it 's an entry level router but the price is still right
Does not having gigabit matter if the fastest internet service I can get is below 100mbs? And it looks like it has one USB port but the description says it only accepts drives up to 250 GB in size. Also, isn't wireless ac backwards compatible with wireless n devices?
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Does not having gigabit matter if the fastest internet service I can get is below 100mbs? And it looks like it has one USB port but the description says it only accepts drives up to 250 GB in size. Also, isn't wireless ac backwards compatible with wireless n devices?
correct, the gigabit is not a big deal, since most folks have gigabit switches for their LAN. AC itself works off 5Ghz band, AC routers are backwards w/ N-spec.
the D-Link Shareport as you mentioned doesn't support all devices as nicely as some, notably large drives/printers
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What does Dual Band mean?
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Dual Band = 2.4GHz (b/g/n) + 5Ghz (a/n/ac)
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Currently $75
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no gigabit, no USB and likely no open-source firmware so it 's an entry level router but the price is still right
D-Link Web specs says 10/100/1000 LAN, but the data sheet shows only 10/100

http://www.dlink.ir/en/WirelessRo.../DIR_816L#
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D-Link Web specs says 10/100/1000 LAN, but the data sheet shows only 10/100

http://www.dlink.ir/en/WirelessRo.../DIR_816L#
have to go with fast Ethernet - unless you trust their "Persian" site
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Wow...I thought was price error. AC router for $29.99... That's the lowest price ever seen...good deal!!
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no gigabit, no USB and likely no open-source firmware so it 's an entry level router but the price is still right
Agreed, even it's only 10/100, the price is still worth to try.
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