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Linksys WRT3200 Dual-Band Router (In store pick up) $149

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Sam's Club has Linksys WRT32X AC3200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router with Killer Prioritization Engine for $149. It is available in store as well as online. Online purchase comes with $10 shipping or Free if you have PLUS membership

A AC3200 router for $149 seemed like a good deal for someone in the market for routers.

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Read the reviews and stay away. Unfortunately.
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Read the reviews and stay away. Unfortunately.
why, what's wrong with it? openwrt works like charm.
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I suggest people stay away from this router. I bought the non gamer version of this router last year which is basically the same router chipset ect. Linksys support is awful. They advertise these routers as open source compatible but dd wrt never was able to release a truly stable firmware for these. Openwrt is a little better but also not truly stable. I and many others have had many problems with these. For me the 5g band is very flaky even on Linksys stock firmware. I also have had major issues with security cameras and Android devices, Google home speakers connecting and disconnecting, sometimes taking down the entire network ect. I recently got fed up and bought an asus ac86u which has been working much better. Linksys never again for me.
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pure router + Access point better if willing to invest much on router/WIFI
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Looks cool! Is is really that bad?
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Read the reviews and stay away. Unfortunately.
I agree. Sold mine already at a loss.
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Great. I just ordered this. I saw some of the bad reviews, but apparently they've updated the firmware now.
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Pfsense and an AP is the way to go
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This is a good example of great hardware + poor software. Flash it with third party firmware and you'll be rolling.
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This is a good example of great hardware + poor software. Flash it with third party firmware and you'll be rolling.
What firmware are you using with WRT3200 ?
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