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Huh, I've had the complete opposite experience. I have the V2 hardware, so maybe that made a difference, but my ac1750 was easy to set up as well as update the firmware (I'm using TP-Link's firmware, but you can also use dd-wrt [dd-wrt.com]. One feature I really like is that the guest network has a time limit option (I have my kids on the guest network and their devices lose internet access 30 minutes before bedtime).
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Wow, cheapest these routers have been since black Friday.
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Anyone have the TP-Link Archer AC3150 or have any thoughts on it. I'm looking to upgrade my D-LINK DIR-859. I just want to know if the wifi is good because the one I have now seems to drop devices often.
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The TP-Link AC1350 EAP225 V3 access point looks solid for $50. I'll pick up a few. Thanks OP
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I had a tp link ac1750 router. Mind you, this was a couple years ago. It was easily the worst router I have ever owned or tried to setup. Spend and extra $30 and get an Asus or even an open box D-Link but stay away from tp link. I don't know about now but there was shitty support with the firmware and not very many people put out custom firmware like you see with other router brands. Just my two cents
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Looking at TC7650 vs. TC6720 difference seems to be channel bonding and maximum Mbps, as I am provisioned for 150Mbps what are benefits of going for the TC7650 (630Mbps and 24x8) over the TC7620 (431Mbps and 16x4)
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I had a tp link ac1750 router. Mind you, this was a couple years ago. It was easily the worst router I have ever owned or tried to setup. Spend and extra $30 and get an Asus or even an open box D-Link but stay away from tp link. I don't know about now but there was shitty support with the firmware and not very many people put out custom firmware like you see with other router brands. Just my two cents
Huh, I've had the complete opposite experience. I have the V2 hardware, so maybe that made a difference, but my ac1750 was easy to set up as well as update the firmware (I'm using TP-Link's firmware, but you can also use dd-wrt [dd-wrt.com]. One feature I really like is that the guest network has a time limit option (I have my kids on the guest network and their devices lose internet access 30 minutes before bedtime).
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Hi all, I have Comcast 100 mbps speed with Motorola SB 6141, is it worth upgrading to TC 7650?
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I had the mesh network setup and it was complete garbage. I used 3 units across a 2100 sq ft house. Units kept dropping connection with each other from day 1. Returned it. Interested in the ac3150 at this price but not sure if I'll get another tp-link product. First experience was really bad.
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Huh, I've had the complete opposite experience. I have the V2 hardware, so maybe that made a difference, but my ac1750 was easy to set up as well as update the firmware (I'm using TP-Link's firmware, but you can also use dd-wrt [dd-wrt.com]. One feature I really like is that the guest network has a time limit option (I have my kids on the guest network and their devices lose internet access 30 minutes before bedtime).
I have had the same experience as sivadbp. Flashed with dd-wrt and it is rock solid. Have had it a couple years and it is still in use today.
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May want to check your local walmart for clearace items...I was able to get the TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 for $19 bucks.
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May want to check your local walmart for clearace items...I was able to get the TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 for $19 bucks.
Good call!
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=26840339
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I had a tp link ac1750 router. Mind you, this was a couple years ago. It was easily the worst router I have ever owned or tried to setup. Spend and extra $30 and get an Asus or even an open box D-Link but stay away from tp link. I don't know about now but there was shitty support with the firmware and not very many people put out custom firmware like you see with other router brands. Just my two cents
I totally disagree, I have the ac1750 and it has never given me any issue, for years. I would definitely stay away from d-link though. Not sure about asus
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Hey just want to say I had a TP-Link 7960. It's not one of the items offered, but it was the biggest piece of shit I've ever owned. Their support was absolutely atrocious. The call-farm in China employed people who literally (not figuratively) could not speak English. There's a reason these things are cheap and I would never again buy one.
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