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D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router for $24.95 + FS (Prime) (Amazon) / (Walmart.com)

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D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router for $24.95 + FS (Prime) (Amazon) / (Walmart.com) / (Newegg.com AC)

Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-DIR-...PDKIKX0DER

Walmart:
http://www.walmart.com/ip/4792020...10&veh=aff


Amazon one is Shipped and Sold by Amazon.com.

Next Generation Wireless Technology - Wireless AC750 for optimized performance and reliable coverage delivering smooth HD video streaming, fast file transfers and lag-free video chatting.
Dual Band Performance - Up to 300Mbps (2.4GHz) + 433Mbps (5GHz) to deliver fast wireless speeds and less interference for maximum throughput
Backward Compatibility - Compatible with a/b/g/n devices.
Wired Connectivity - Four Fast Ethernet ports for fast device connectivity.
High-Performance Antennas: 3 high-performance antennas deliver maximum range around your home.
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I'm also using D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router. Still it's working with a great strength.
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Can this be used as a repeater?
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Quote from krzy786desi View Post :
Can this be used as a repeater?

I'd like to know too. Anyone know?

Reviews are pretty bad though
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Last edited by Dicka24 May 6, 2016 at 12:38 PM
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Was sold for 19.95 in newegg during January as per one of the comments in newegg for the product. I believe that makes it really not slick.
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The user manual says:

Advanced Features
• VPN passthrough/multi-session PPTP/L2TP/IPSec
• Multi-language web setup wizard
• Green Ethernet
• Web Setup Wizard
• Dual Active Firewall (IPv4/IPv6)
• Stack Network Address Translation (NAT)
• Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
• Wireless Repeater


Then it says this:

For the wireless repeater, there are two types of repeater in D-Link for user to select:

• Universal repeater: It acts as an AP and a wireless STA at the same time. It can support all AP and wireless STA if they work in the same wireless channel.
• AP-repeater (AP with WDS): only repeat same model or limited models which base on the same proprietary protocol.

Please choose a universal repeater to boost the signal to extend the range.



ftp://ftp2.dlink.com/PRODUCTS/DIR..._EN_US.PDF
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#8
Very good deal for AC router - till I saw that it is not gigabit!
Surprised they would put a 10/100 switch in it.

I went with Asus RT-N66W currently $49 at Newegg - yes, twice the money, but hoping would be a better router. I ordered 2. I think Asus is also compatible with Merlin & Tomato.
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The DIR-810L is a couple of bucks cheaper at $22.99

http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-App-...op?ie=UTF8
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Quote from jowaju View Post :
The DIR-810L is a couple of bucks cheaper at $22.99

http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-App-...op?ie=UTF8
Is this better?
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#11
I need a router in this price range but...

WAT???

Perhaps the most telling thing, though, is the speed of the wired ports. They're only 10/100 mb. I really, truly can't remember seeing anything less than gigabit (10/100/100 mb) on any other product made within the past 5 years. They may have saved 2 cents each by making cutting the wired speed to a tenth of the standard although realistically, 10/100 is so out of date
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#12
I got one for $20 from NewEgg around Black Friday. It was my first ever AC router and I got it because of the price, but its coverage wasn't very good in a 2-story house. The 5 GHz band is pretty much only usable in the room that it's in; it pretty much won't even penetrate one wall. The 2.4 GHz band penetration is better, but even then I wouldn't recommend it unless you have an apartment or very compact house. I bought a TP-Link Archer C9 instead as my main router, and now use this D-Link DIR-813 as an Access Point in another room where I previously had weaker signals, and it works great for that purpose.

In summary I would only get it to be used as an Access Point (it actually has a dedicated AP mode in the interface itself, so you won't even have to tinker anything to make it work), not as the main router of your home.
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Is this better?
It's DD-WRT compatible for one. The one on this page is not.
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Quote from kalirob99 View Post :
It's DD-WRT compatible for one. The one on this page is not.
I was wondering about that. I don't see "not compatible", and was thinking this may be just the 3rd revision of the 810. Have you tested it?
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#15
Hope the internet providers keep up with the technology. My internet is about 60mbps there's no reason to buy a ac router.
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