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OP your title needs a lot of work please edit your title.

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Is this any good as a WAP?
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Is this any good as a WAP?
Yes, I'm using it now and it's more powerful than the 2014/15 Apple Airport Extreme it replaced (small tower AC version). Only downside to the TP-link OnHub as an access point, if you use it in bridge mode some of the features don't work (WiFi mesh, signal strength test, maybe others).
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Yes, I'm using it now and it's more powerful than the 2014/15 Apple Airport Extreme it replaced (small tower AC version). Only downside to the TP-link OnHub as an access point, if you use it in bridge mode some of the features don't work (WiFi mesh, signal strength test, maybe others).
Thanks Dang_lang23
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Which one is better TP Link on hub or ASUS on hub, I see both are $99 on Google store.
I currently have at&t router which totally sucks and keeps dropping connections. Do I need additional modem for this?
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Which one is better TP Link on hub or ASUS on hub, I see both are $99 on Google store.
I currently have at&t router which totally sucks and keeps dropping connections. Do I need additional modem for this?
I have one of each. Can't really say which is better. However, I do know that this is a router only. You will still need a modem from your internet provider.
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These have been $49 on clearance at Walmart for some time now so YMMV. There's a store that shows 3 near me when I just checked.

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Which one is better TP Link on hub or ASUS on hub, I see both are $99 on Google store.
I currently have at&t router which totally sucks and keeps dropping connections. Do I need additional modem for this?
After problems with the Asus OnHub, I returned it and got the TP-Link version, and now I got a second one to create a mesh network. The TP-Link has worked flawlessly for me and has an advantage where the front of the router has the strongest antenna and can be aimed.
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Easy to setup mesh on this?
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After problems with the Asus OnHub, I returned it and got the TP-Link version, and now I got a second one to create a mesh network. The TP-Link has worked flawlessly for me and has an advantage where the front of the router has the strongest antenna and can be aimed.
Thanks man
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After problems with the Asus OnHub, I returned it and got the TP-Link version, and now I got a second one to create a mesh network. The TP-Link has worked flawlessly for me and has an advantage where the front of the router has the strongest antenna and can be aimed.
So can I use the AT&t wifi modem and connect it to the hub.
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This router would be nice for mesh if you buy multiple right? But would you recommend it for a household looking to cut the cord and focus more on streaming outputs (I.e Amazon video, Netflix, DTVNOW)? Or would 2 Orbi Satellites be better even though it's more $
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This router would be nice for mesh if you buy multiple right? But would you recommend it for a household looking to cut the cord and focus more on streaming outputs (I.e Amazon video, Netflix, DTVNOW)? Or would 2 Orbi Satellites be better even though it's more $
I use the TP-link version to stream Amazon video, Netflix, PS Vue, etc over wifi with no issues at all.
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