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Can the OnHub router be setup in Bridge mode and still be setup as a Mesh WiFi network with two or three of these routers? I have a XFinity modem/router combo as it is and I would rather expand the network with my own equipment.
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Can I use my VPN (Private Internet Access) on this? I've looked around and there seems to be mixed answers regarding VPN usage. I just want to load PIA on it so each connection is protected/routed through my VPN.
No, its not in the firmware and cant be done. You would need another device like a Raspberry PI stick to act as an intermediary. Info below on how to do that.

https://gist.github.com/superjami...80582a3e64
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Can the OnHub router be setup in Bridge mode and still be setup as a Mesh WiFi network with two or three of these routers? I have a XFinity modem/router combo as it is and I would rather expand the network with my own equipment.
They can be setup as standard access points, but lose their smart mesh functionality when in AP mode.
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Got one for the lady's house alongside an Arris Surfboard SB6183. Maxes out her internet speed cap + 10% more for good measure.

Anyone else having issues with sites being slow to load initially (I'm assuming during DNS lookup) on iPhone via WiFi?
Last time this went on sale, I read in the comments something about very long set up time due to configuration and updates, but once they are done you are golden. I went back to try and find the context for this, but unfortunately I couldnt, sorry!
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Anyone have experience with this in an apartment? Curious how the auto switching channel works in congested areas..
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Does anyone know if this router can support Comcast wifi?
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Does this router support Xfinity Comcast wifi?
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My girlfriend has a 6500 square foot house and 3 of these give her good results vs a $300+ big Netgear router that died on her a month out of warranty. I bought the same router and it also died a month out of warranty. Cool thing with these are they're cheap, fast, and easily replaced for 60-70 if one breaks, although I have seven in total in two homes with zero issues.

My house is half the size, but I can get about 1/4 mile away in the car before I lose signal.

A mesh of these like I have (3 also) gives me non buffering problem free 4k/60fps HDR video on three concurrent streams with the 250GB comcast plan. And my kid games on them and gets a big latency advantage against a lot of people. While I'm watching one of those 4k/60fps HDR streams.

Few devices can put up a sustained 400Mb/s run unless you're doing a cloud backup of a few TB of data on a regular basis, and since most high volume traffic (copying copious amounts of data from one machine to another or a backup to a NAS) happens outside the router and in a switch inside your home.
Put a ring on it
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Can this be used in the mesh with standrad google wi-fi rounters? I have 2 google wifi and looking to add a third one.
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did not see a better price for these, thanks OP!
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Google still fully supporting the devices? Looks like they've been out for awhile now, and low price now... seems like recipe for "end of lifecycle". Very tempted to purchase, just hate replacing/upgrading every couple years.
Also: is that some sort of speaker for something on top?!?
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Yea once a while I have that problem. Especially when it connect to 2.4ghz instead 5ghz
Yes. I thought it was just me
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Does this router support Xfinity Comcast wifi?
No. But this is just a router. Not a modem.
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Last time this went on sale, I read in the comments something about very long set up time due to configuration and updates, but once they are done you are golden. I went back to try and find the context for this, but unfortunately I couldnt, sorry!
Took me 4 hours to get it work.
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I'm a little confused about how access points work. If I use these with my current Linksys router and set them up as an access point...do I put a different ssid on the access point, or the same ssid? Will devices hand off from the AP to the main router, or is that how mesh works (and not access points)?
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