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Netgear Nighthawk R6700 AC1750 Router + CM500 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem EXPIRED

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Amazon has Netgear Nighthawk R6700 AC1750 Smart Dual Band WiFi Router + CM500 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks JK14Ker
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I just saw this at Amazon.com. If you are looking for an upgrade to your home networking set up, Amazon has the Netgear R6700 AC1750 wi-fi router bundled with the CM500 Cable Modem at $99,.99, save $47.93.

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Router was great and is still great. If you need a better router, you'd be tech savvy enough to know which one you need. This should work great for all homes with like, less than 10 people, and less than a few thousand square feet.

Seriously, mine has held up to having a ton of gamers over at the same time. It's not super up-to-date but the router performed basically flawlessly in my ~1800sqft apartment.
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It may be old, but it's a sweet deal for a basic set up on 16x4 ISP speeds
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Lots of factors to consider. If the current router is matching the speed of the Ethernet port connection, then typically having a faster router isn't going to make the Wi-Fi faster. Maybe more reliable connection.
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This router is working pretty well for me. May cop a cable modem to stop paying the fees
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It may be old, but it's a sweet deal for a basic set up on 16x4 ISP speeds
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Good deal for the average user. A tad old for advanced
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Router was great and is still great. If you need a better router, you'd be tech savvy enough to know which one you need. This should work great for all homes with like, less than 10 people, and less than a few thousand square feet.

Seriously, mine has held up to having a ton of gamers over at the same time. It's not super up-to-date but the router performed basically flawlessly in my ~1800sqft apartment.
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Would This Improve My speeds vs the rented modem?
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Would This Improve My speeds vs the rented modem?
Lots of factors to consider. If the current router is matching the speed of the Ethernet port connection, then typically having a faster router isn't going to make the Wi-Fi faster. Maybe more reliable connection.
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Would This Improve My speeds vs the rented modem?
The only way it might improve your speed is if you have an old modem that doesn't support multi band speeds. With modern hardware the speeds are completely controlled by your isp and how they configure your line.

If you're renting outdated hardware, your isp should be happy to swap it for a newer model free of charge as yours will be considered end of life and they would rather support current models.
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Lots of factors to consider. If the current router is matching the speed of the Ethernet port connection, then typically having a faster router isn't going to make the Wi-Fi faster. Maybe more reliable connection.
Thanks
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The only way it might improve your speed is if you have an old modem that doesn't support multi band speeds. With modern hardware the speeds are completely controlled by your isp and how they configure your line.
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Would This Improve My speeds vs the rented modem?
Not likely. If it's a combo router modem most likely the router is better.

You'd do well to check your packet loss in the modem settings if you aren't getting the advertised speed wired.

192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or if you have separate modem and router check 192.168.100.1.
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Not likely. If it's a combo router modem most likely the router is better.

You'd do well to check your packet loss in the modem settings if you aren't getting the advertised speed wired.

192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or if you have separate modem and router check 192.168.100.1.
Thanks I'll Look into that
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