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Newegg.com has Ubiquiti EdgeRouter X 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router (ER-X-US) on sale for $52.99 - Extra $13 off w/ promo code EMCPSRP26 (apply in cart) = $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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This EdgeRouter features 5x RJ45 Gigabit Ports w/ passive PoE pass-through option. Offer valid through March 26, 2018 or while promotion last. Limit one of per customer. - Discombobulated

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5 minutes ago I got this item for 45+tax and then you posted this deal. Immediately canceled and got this one. Thanks
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These are great at dealing with Bufferbloat and managing QOS in general. Much better than consumer grade stuff. The interface is a little bit more complicated/advanced than most consumer routers as well though. No built-in wifi as others have noted, but easy enough to add an access point or two.
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5 minutes ago I got this item for 45+tax and then you posted this deal. Immediately canceled and got this one. Thanks
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5 minutes ago I got this item for 45+tax and then you posted this deal. Immediately canceled and got this one. Thanks
pfft, i paid 57 a little over a week ago. its a very nice router but, damnit.
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Fantastic price. I have one and might consider a backup at this price.

Company support was good to me. My power adapter failed and they shipped me a new one after contacting their support line. Fortunately it's a standard 12v .5 amp and I had another to use until my replacement came.
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pfft, i paid 57 a little over a week ago. its a very nice router but, damnit.
Buy it again, and just return it with the older order.. or try to price match
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So what does this offer VS a regular router?

Also, I wouldn't need any of the POE stuff.
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So what does this offer VS a regular router?

Also, I wouldn't need any of the POE stuff.
Well, this does not have wifi like most consumer routers out there. But from what I've heard these are rock solid and stable and rarely or never require a restart like most consumer routers do from time to time.
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These are great at dealing with Bufferbloat and managing QOS in general. Much better than consumer grade stuff. The interface is a little bit more complicated/advanced than most consumer routers as well though. No built-in wifi as others have noted, but easy enough to add an access point or two.
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How does this compare to the Fios Quantum Gateway?
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I really want the USG to go on sale...
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These are great at dealing with Bufferbloat and managing QOS in general. Much better than consumer grade stuff. The interface is a little bit more complicated/advanced than most consumer routers as well though. No built-in wifi as others have noted, but easy enough to add an access point or two.
I can use my current wireless router as an access point right? I'm trying to eventually get most things on my network on Ethernet so would this be something I should get?
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I can use my current wireless router as an access point right? I'm trying to eventually get most things on my network on Ethernet so would this be something I should get?
Yes, I currently have two old WiFi routers acting as access points on separate subnets.
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pfft, i paid 57 a little over a week ago. its a very nice router but, damnit.
If you paid more for this from Newegg recently (possibly within 30 days?) They should price match themselves. I've done it many times.
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