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Correct price is $35. I think this is the good price if DD-RWT is supported.
I'm not sure which one on https://dd-wrt.com/support/router-database/
TP-Link Archer C1900 v.1
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TP-Link Archer C9 (AC1900) v.1 v.2 v.3 v.4
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Correct price is $35. I think this is the good price if DD-RWT is supported.
I'm not sure which one on https://dd-wrt.com/support/router-database/
TP-Link Archer C1900 v.1
or
TP-Link Archer C9 (AC1900) v.1 v.2 v.3 v.4
Looks like all of them.
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Seems like a decent price. I was reading reviews on Amazon and from what some were saying this model (C1900) has stronger antennas than the C9. I need a new router as mine is on the fritz, so I think I'll snag one of these. Thanks OP...
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Correct price is $35. I think this is the good price if DD-RWT is supported.
I'm not sure which one on https://dd-wrt.com/support/router-database/
TP-Link Archer C1900 v.1
or
TP-Link Archer C9 (AC1900) v.1 v.2 v.3 v.4
Clicking on the link to manufacturer product page brought me to Archer C9 https://www.tp-link.com/eg/home-n...archer-c9/

So this is most likely TP-Link Archer C9.
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Looks like all of them.
How to select the correct firmware on DD-WRT to flash the router?
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If you are looking to load ddwrt on these, just make sure this model supports the straightforward flashing. Reason being , I have a archer c9 v1 and it seems tplink has some restriction put in place prohibiting direct third party flash via firmware upgrade page, which was working before via their own firmware update page. I guess the error is 18005, saying incorrect firmware . Of course, there are ways to load the ddwrt, but it won't be a direct method and you have to use putty, tftp and other back channels. If this is really a archer c9, most probably it would have the same restriction for all the versions V1 thro V4 but YMMV
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Is this one better than TP-Link Google OnHub, which is also AC1900?
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I just purchased a Netgear Nighthawk r6700 ac1750 two days ago for $42 brand new. Should I return it and get this instead?
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I just purchased a Netgear Nighthawk r6700 ac1750 two days ago for $42 brand new. Should I return it and get this instead?
Noooo, the nighthawks are awesome...
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I just purchased a Netgear Nighthawk r6700 ac1750 two days ago for $42 brand new. Should I return it and get this instead?
Where did you bought it from? I want to buy this model
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Noooo, the nighthawks are awesome...
Do the Nighthawks support ddrwt? Thx.
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If you are looking to load ddwrt on these, just make sure this model supports the straightforward flashing. Reason being , I have a archer c9 v1 and it seems tplink has some restriction put in place prohibiting direct third party flash via firmware upgrade page, which was working before via their own firmware update page. I guess the error is 18005, saying incorrect firmware . Of course, there are ways to load the ddwrt, but it won't be a direct method and you have to use putty, tftp and other back channels. If this is really a archer c9, most probably it would have the same restriction for all the versions V1 thro V4 but YMMV
Why impose flashing restrictions, when it would help sell their product? Are they trying to profit off their higher end models instead?
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I bought a refurbished TP LINK 3150 router. It's 2.4 ghz band is always dropping. Don't expect a flawless experience.
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