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ASUS OnHub AC1900 Wireless Dual-Band Router w/ NAT Firewall EXPIRED

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Newegg Flash has ASUS OnHub AC1900 Wireless Dual-Band Router w/ NAT Firewall (Slate Gray SRT-AC1900) for $109 - $20 w/ promo code NEFPSDL20 = $89. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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This ASUS OnHub SRT-AC1900 Router is easy to setup w/ the Google On App and Wave Controls; up to 1900 Mbps data transfer speed w/ Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and USB 3.0 for connecting wired devices. Offer valid through April 4, 2018 or while supplies last.

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I've owned this for over a year and it's been very reliable. Fast speeds, there's a light that projects down to give you the status of the network, and uses the Google WiFI app for remote management. I even had the app send me a push notification one time when the network went out...sure enough a utility guy down the street cut something he shouldn't have cut. Biggest thing to know is that there is only ONE ethernet LAN port on the back. So if you have multiple wired things you connect to your router look elsewhere.
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How well would this work on fios?
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How well would this work on fios?
Depends on how many users and devices. Also most wifi units I see max out at 300 to 400 mbps unless your on a lan.
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Have this for a year with Comcast. Love it! Just added 3 Google WiFi's.
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I've owned this for over a year and it's been very reliable. Fast speeds, there's a light that projects down to give you the status of the network, and uses the Google WiFI app for remote management. I even had the app send me a push notification one time when the network went out...sure enough a utility guy down the street cut something he shouldn't have cut. Biggest thing to know is that there is only ONE ethernet LAN port on the back. So if you have multiple wired things you connect to your router look elsewhere.
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Does anyone know if this would be a good addition to a RT-AC68U and create a mesh set up?
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I've owned this for over a year and it's been very reliable. Fast speeds, there's a light that projects down to give you the status of the network, and uses the Google WiFI app for remote management. I even had the app send me a push notification one time when the network went out...sure enough a utility guy down the street cut something he shouldn't have cut. Biggest thing to know is that there is only ONE ethernet LAN port on the back. So if you have multiple wired things you connect to your router look elsewhere.
Thats why they have switches..
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What is the difference between the TP-Link OnHub and the Asus OnHub? I regularly see the Asus cheaper so I figure the TP-Link is better?
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Depends on how many users and devices. Also most wifi units I see max out at 300 to 400 mbps unless your on a lan.
I just have 50 mbs lol
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Has anyone tried to make a mesh network with two of these?
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Has anyone tried to make a mesh network with two of these?
If it's anything like me adding 3 Google WiFi Units to my OnHub through the App. Should be a breeze!
*Googled it and many said it's easy and great.
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can this be added to the Google Wifi Mesh network to expand the mesh?
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can this be added to the Google Wifi Mesh network to expand the mesh?
Yup. Easily through the Google WiFi app. And it has better coverage via 7 internal antennae's I believe.
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FYI I got this for $99 on Amazon in Jan 2017. So it's a ok deal. I read of people finding these on Clearance in Walmart's and Target for under $50.
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