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  • This router features up 1900Mbps speeds w/ simultaneous 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Bluetooth Smart ready w/ Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 port & built-in speaker. Easily setup with Google On Mobile App and includes a 2-year warranty w/ purchase
  • At the time of research, the TP-Link Google OnHub AC1900 Dual-Band Wireless Router (TGR1900) is $40 lower (40% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $99.99 (excluding any 3rd party merchants).

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Pro tip. Many of these are on older non mesh firmware and you have to update them before you can add a second, third, etc to it in a mesh.

This is a PITA to do if you plug each into your cable modem, configure it, update it and wipe it but you can load the firmware onto a usb stick and update the router that way, quicker, and don't have to set it up, reset it and set it up again.

https://support.google.com/wifi/a...4977?hl=en
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I own 2 of these and use them as access points with my EdgeRouter 4. Very good for this price, I would be tempted to pick up more of but all my area is covered.
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Lower than last flash sale!
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I own 2 of these and use them as access points with my EdgeRouter 4. Very good for this price, I would be tempted to pick up more of but all my area is covered.
That's interesting. Do you just set them up as AccessPoints in the GoogleWifi app?
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Is this an upgrade from the T-Mobile Asus AC router?
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That's interesting. Do you just set them up as AccessPoints in the GoogleWifi app?
Yeah the app makes it really simple to setup access points. Have had no problems with my setup.
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Looks neat, I like the compact vertical design. I wish it had provisions for additional Ethernet ports. Having to get a small 5 port switch will add to the clutter.
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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?
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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?
Yea once a while I have that problem. Especially when it connect to 2.4ghz instead 5ghz
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Looks neat, I like the compact vertical design. I wish it had provisions for additional Ethernet ports. Having to get a small 5 port switch will add to the clutter.
Why? Put the switch where the devices are and one wire to the router, or hide the switch and run one wire. Reduces clutter.
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Why does SR71 alway call Newegg Flash "NF" in thread titles?
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Why? Put the switch where the devices are and one wire to the router, or hide the switch and run one wire. Reduces clutter.
You know what. You are actually right. If I put it behind say my entertainment center then there would be one visible wire. I was thinking more in line with having to have a third device.
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You know what. You are actually right. If I put it behind say my entertainment center then there would be one visible wire. I was thinking more in line with having to have a third device.
That's how I do it. I have a tv, Shield, xbox 1, soundbar with ethernet and a tivo along with other stuff. I put a cheap gigabit switch behind the tv, plugged everything in with short cables and ran one line over to where the router was optimally placed.

Performance wise, I'd also think it'd be beneficial to have all device to device communications that don't require the router to happen outside the router in a separate switch so all it has to do is handle device to internet comms.
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Pro tip. Many of these are on older non mesh firmware and you have to update them before you can add a second, third, etc to it in a mesh.

This is a PITA to do if you plug each into your cable modem, configure it, update it and wipe it but you can load the firmware onto a usb stick and update the router that way, quicker, and don't have to set it up, reset it and set it up again.

https://support.google.com/wifi/a...4977?hl=en
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