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I got this because my last router, the R6300v1 just couldn't handle all the devices. I have 61 devices connected to my r7800 right now and that will fluctuate up to around 71 devices. I don't have a Ring or Nest, but I have a lot of IoT devices, light bulbs, light switches, 4 echo's, 6 google homes, Philips Hue, Logitech hub, 3 NAS, 6 PC's and a bunch of other stuff.
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This R7800 router or the Netgear Orbi RBK33 which is also on sale for $160?
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Thanks been eyeing this router for a while.
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Nord VPN works on this? or any vpn service provider.
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Can this handle 50 plus wifi devices that includes roughly 25 IoT devices like ring cameras, nest thermostat, etc?
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Great price on a 4x4 brand new.

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This R7800 router or the Netgear Orbi RBK33 which is also on sale for $160?
If you dont need the wider area coverage of Mesh this will be better.

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Nord VPN works on this? or any vpn service provider.
My mistake it only supports pure VPN as someone else pointed out out of the box without changing it to DDWRT.

https://kb.netgear.com/000055516/...awk-router

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Can this handle 50 plus wifi devices that includes roughly 25 IoT devices like ring cameras, nest thermostat, etc?
Yes, should work fine with 50 devices.
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Can this handle 50 plus wifi devices that includes roughly 25 IoT devices like ring cameras, nest thermostat, etc?
laugh out loud
I have pretty much the same. Need to know as well.
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Great price on a 4x4 brand new.



If you dont need the wider area coverage of Mesh this will be better.



Yes

https://kb.netgear.com/000055516/...awk-router



Yes, should work fine with 50 devices.

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Can this handle 50 plus wifi devices that includes roughly 25 IoT devices like ring cameras, nest thermostat, etc?
I got this because my last router, the R6300v1 just couldn't handle all the devices. I have 61 devices connected to my r7800 right now and that will fluctuate up to around 71 devices. I don't have a Ring or Nest, but I have a lot of IoT devices, light bulbs, light switches, 4 echo's, 6 google homes, Philips Hue, Logitech hub, 3 NAS, 6 PC's and a bunch of other stuff.
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Usually the cameras are the ones that will slow everything down. I have 10 foscam and 6 arlos. and 50 plus light bulbs, hubs, echo, google homes.
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This will do 160mhz which will become more common on devices as ax gains ground.. Though Qualcomm chips (I prefer Broadcom).
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I got this because my last router, the R6300v1 just couldn't handle all the devices. I have 61 devices connected to my r7800 right now and that will fluctuate up to around 71 devices. I don't have a Ring or Nest, but I have a lot of IoT devices, light bulbs, light switches, 4 echo's, 6 google homes, Philips Hue, Logitech hub, 3 NAS, 6 PC's and a bunch of other stuff.
So this router handles all your devices well? I have a Netgear r6230 with low 30 devices (Google homes, tp-link switches, Philips hue devices, computers, laptops tablets, phones, nest cams, blink cams, etc). Sometimes it seems to drop connection for like 30sec (maybe a few times a week or day sometimes). I think it is the router locking up or freaking out but no rhyme or reason. Not sure if this router would help vs getting an 802.11AX instead?

I have 200 down and they only do 10up at Spectrum residential nest cams (2 with another to add...) Are on high res and always record. Blinks, only on motion and medium settings. These are all cloud based though.
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Usually the cameras are the ones that will slow everything down. I have 10 foscam and 6 arlos. and 50 plus light bulbs, hubs, echo, google homes.
That many cameras especially if they are cloud based in general will choke a lot of networks. If you have the foscams recording constantly on high quality, each will be using about 10 Mbps of bandwidth, if they are recording to a local solution should not be a problem. The arlos on the other hand are cloud based so those recording on high will require 60 Meg internet in general just for themselves if they all motion activate at the same time.

The 4x4 design should help a lot with moving data in between active devices, but if your not getting at least 100 Megs from your ISP, you can potentially choke your internet access. Just a FYI, if you been having problems in the past.
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That many cameras especially if they are cloud based in general will choke a lot of networks. If you have the foscams recording constantly on high quality, each will be using about 10 Mbps of bandwidth, if they are recording to a local solution should not be a problem. The arlos on the other hand are cloud based so those recording on high will require 60 Meg internet in general just for themselves if they all motion activate at the same time.

The 4x4 design should help a lot with moving data in between active devices, but if your not getting at least 100 Megs from your ISP, you can potentially choke your internet access. Just a FYI, if you been having problems in the past.
I have been having problem. The foscam just for viewing, not recording. The arlos are motion activated. These guys drive my network crazy. I have comcast (my only choice), the upload sucks.
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