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I have the r6700 and was endlessly suffering devices on my network, particularly my numerous Echo Dots, going offline. I rolled back the firmware and reset the router multiple times but nothing fixed the problem. I ultimately solved it by turning off the "Enable AIRTIME FAIRNESS" option in the advanced wireless settings.
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Oh yeah, easily and then some.
This is a gigabit router, it can handle 1Gbps speeds over a wired LAN connection.
Also AC1750 means it can handle speeds of up to 450 Mbps @ 2.5 Ghz + 1300 Mbps @ 5 Ghz.
A well reviewed and widely used router. There is a known issue with the latest firmware, so many in the community recommend not upgrading the firmware upon arrival.
I bought this one about a month ago, no regrets, it's a workhorse.
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You can turn all the lights off besides the power
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How does this compare to the ASUS Wireless-AC170 ?
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To see coupon, add item to shopping cart and view cart. 15% cash back for Amazon Prime cardholders. Very slick, thanks OP!
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Any hints if this is good?
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I have the r6700 and was endlessly suffering devices on my network, particularly my numerous Echo Dots, going offline. I rolled back the firmware and reset the router multiple times but nothing fixed the problem. I ultimately solved it by turning off the "Enable AIRTIME FAIRNESS" option in the advanced wireless settings.
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I have had it for a year and am constantly streaming Plex locally. Handles all my traffic and no issues so far. I would recommend. May pick one up for my mom
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Stupid question...if my isp speed is 200mbps...would this router be able to take full advantage of that 200mbps speed
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Stupid question...if my isp speed is 200mbps...would this router be able to take full advantage of that 200mbps speed
Depends on your modem.
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Ordered one last time it was available around this price. So far it is working very well with 10+ constant devices. Only dislike is how bright the lights are on it at night. I got the v3, apparently when they made the v2 they swapped chipmaker to mediatek which weren't available to use dd-wrt, slower, and a buggy mess with even stock firmware.
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I bought this july 10th 2017 for 59.99
Should be lower now.
It is a great router. I have a 2 story 3400sf house on an acre. It works great all over the house It starts getting bad about 70 feet from the house.
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Depends on your modem.
It's a modem provided by spectrum...modem is free but I have to buy router or lease theirs for $5/month
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Ordered one last time it was available around this price. So far it is working very well with 10+ constant devices. Only dislike is how bright the lights are on it at night. I got the v3, apparently when they made the v2 they swapped chipmaker to mediatek which weren't available to use dd-wrt, slower, and a buggy mess with even stock firmware.
You can turn all the lights off besides the power
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I bought this july 10th 2017 for 59.99
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It is a great router. I have a 2 story 3400sf house on an acre. It works great all over the house It starts getting bad about 70 feet from the house.

Looks like the range is pretty good! But the picture in the link noted as "1500sf" only.
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It's a modem provided by spectrum...modem is free but I have to buy router or lease theirs for $5/month
I'm in the same boat on speed but with Frontier. Just ordered one. Hoping I can figure it out. Thanks OP
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