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TP-Link: Archer A7 AC1750 Gigabit Router $59.99 AC + FSSS

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Will this work with FIOS internet?
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Will this work with FIOS internet?
Not a modem, so it won't work to connect to your ISP and get internet.
This is a router so if you connect this to your modem and then manage the connections for your home.
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Will this work with FIOS internet?
It should work if your just getting FIOS internet. But if you're getting the tv,phone, and internet bundle then you'll need a different one.
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Will this work with FIOS internet?
Yes. Depending on how your Fios is set up, you may have to keep the existing router and enter it into Bridge Mode.

Other case would be totally bypassing the Fios router and connecting directly into the ONT. (Think of the ONT as a modem)
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It should work if your just getting FIOS internet. But if you're getting the tv,phone, and internet bundle then you'll need a different one.
Not completely accurate. I have Fios bundle and my own router.
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This or the tmobile ac-1900 flashed to the latest merlin?
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This or the tmobile ac-1900 flashed to the latest merlin?
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Per wirecutter.com update on June 6, 2018:

"Netgear's R7000P is still the best router for most people, but Synology's RT2600ac is a strong runner-up, and TP-Link's Archer A7 is the best one under $100."

https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...fi-router/
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Too bad Amazon still isn't offering the Archer C9 for $79 after $10 coupon. The C9 is much improved on the C7.
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Is it works with Comcast internet only service?
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Works with both Comcast and FiOS, as I have had it on both.
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Been running one of these for 8 months. I find it highly overrated. 5g goes out constantly. Resetting at least once a week to keep connection.
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Been running one of these for 8 months. I find it highly overrated. 5g goes out constantly. Resetting at least once a week to keep connection.
Thanks. Opted out of the purchase. The market's flooded with a gazillion models and its a nightmare navigating thru umpteen online review portals. Just about every model in the sub $100 price has compromised performance. And what's with all the fancy pricing of 'upscale' routers in the $200 to $300 range ? Anyone recommend a sub $100 model for about a 2300 sqft house with the router placed upstairs and reliable service downstairs. Am still using a 9 yr old Linksys which is working well but the range is often spotty.
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Thanks. Opted out of the purchase. The market's flooded with a gazillion models and its a nightmare navigating thru umpteen online review portals. Just about every model in the sub $100 price has compromised performance. And what's with all the fancy pricing of 'upscale' routers in the $200 to $300 range ? Anyone recommend a sub $100 model for about a 2300 sqft house with the router placed upstairs and reliable service downstairs. Am still using a 9 yr old Linksys which is working well but the range is often spotty.
I'm on a similar boat.. had issues with both reflashed AC68U (two of them, one router and one AP) and even Google WiFi mesh (3 units).. at this point I would pay more to make sure I have a pain-free, reliable connection throughout my relatively small house.

But after a ton of research, there isn't a single router that no one ever had issues with. Seems like everyone's experience (both positive and negative) should be taken as circumstantial, and you just have to gamble and hope that the one you get works. If not, return and get a different router (from a different retailer so you don't get flagged), and so on.
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