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Newegg.com has OnHub AC1900 Wi-Fi Router + Arris Surfboard N300 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router (SBG6400) on sale for $89.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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This router is amazing but wish it wasn't bundled with the modem. If I could get the router for ~$40 less I would pull the trigger immediately. I already have 2 of them and they work very well with my mesh Google Wifi network.
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Is this the google router?
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Is this the google router?
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its a decent router but if you want advanced features you're out of luck beyond its ability to be used as a Google Wifi mesh router (with or without the google wifi system).

I have two (1 new and 1 opened but never used) that have sat around for about a year as I went with a R7000 solution instead.
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This router is amazing but wish it wasn't bundled with the modem. If I could get the router for ~$40 less I would pull the trigger immediately. I already have 2 of them and they work very well with my mesh Google Wifi network.
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its a decent router but if you want advanced features you're out of luck beyond its ability to be used as a Google Wifi mesh router (with or without the google wifi system).

I have two (1 new and 1 opened but never used) that have sat around for about a year as I went with a R7000 solution instead.
What advanced features are missing?
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What advanced features are missing?
A handful of advanced management and port features. Nothing most people would ever miss. I have 3 of these in a mesh, connected to gigabit fiber, and they're fantastic. Of note: these have only gotten more features over time. You can now do things like set custom DNS, which used to be unsupported.
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I just want to buy a Comcast modem/WiFi router. Will
This suffice?
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What advanced features are missing?
R7000 you can at least put on DD-WRT or other alternatives that provide for more hardware control.

Google Wifi (plenty of reviews and views of interface) should you choose to use it as a Google Wifi router has extremely limited configuration options and 'does the work for you' with an inability to modify. The Onhubs have a higher AC rating than the regular Google Wifi routers (is a good thing).

There's a decent ongoing set of reviews at https://routersecurity.org/Google...outers.php

For most generic users who want to blindly use the internet it'll be fine. That said, I can't give it to my in-laws to setup as they'll just be confused.
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compatible with Cox?
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im ditching my 2 onhubs (asus version) and switched to ubiquiti. im selling them if anyone is interested. shipping these things sucks because they are big and round.
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its a decent router but if you want advanced features you're out of luck beyond its ability to be used as a Google Wifi mesh router (with or without the google wifi system).

I have two (1 new and 1 opened but never used) that have sat around for about a year as I went with a R7000 solution instead.
I've got 1 new r7000 from the egg, works so sweet. I bought a 2nd used one from the Ebay,, just a fantastic router!
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Router is almost always cheaper. $90 you might as well as just buy the newer Google Wifi
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I have the Asus OnHub router and I like it a lot. You can use the Google WiFi app on iOS/Android, which is surprisingly very functional.
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