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Walmart has this Netgear Nighthawk AC2100 (R7200-NAS).In store. YMMV. $59

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Walmart has this Netgear Nighthawk AC2100 router (R7200-NAS) in store only. YMMV.

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Quote from darkon112 :
How does this one compare to the one from a few days ago? (Netgear Nighthawk R6700 AC1750 - https://slickdeals.net/f/13770245-netgear-nighthawk-ac1750-smart-dual-band-wifi-router-r6700-58-ac-amazon)
ac2100 is better
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Quote from cwohughes :
Does anyone know if this will work with Centurylink?
Why not, if you have a working modem . It is a router.
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I've got one of these that randomly rebooted and had frequent disconnects. After trying many different firmwares (official and 3rd party), I decided that it's just a POS, so I bought a Synology RT2600AC, which has worked perfectly.
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Upgrade over ASUS AC68U?
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Does it support ddwrt?
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can I buy 2 & link as bridge connection?
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Out of stock nearby Frown
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are there any benefits to getting a router if my old reliable refurbed wireless N router has been working for years with almost never a need to reset it?
Generally: better signal(beamforming), faster transfer speeds(AC devices), and the beefier SoC's that can support more simultaneous users. But if you're happy with your N router, no need to be looking

Edit: Digging through the specs, doesnt seem to offer anything substantial over the R7000(AC1900 vs 2100). Would have picked up if it at least supported MU-MIMO, but looks like they're just trying to squeeze the last of the juices from the R7000 platform. Hope to get another 5 years out of my r7000; that thing has not skiped a beat
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Website reflects 89.99 wtf is up with this post?

please read the title and learn to understand the term
IN STORE


the online price is higher



certain stores have this item for $59
(around half the stores in my city have it for $59, the other half have it for $99
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ac2100 is better
This guy gets it. 2100 > 1750
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Quote from W0lverin3 :
Does it support ddwrt?
even better, it appears to have openwrt support
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Quote from cwohughes :
Does anyone know if this will work with Centurylink?
It's a wireless router not a modem. It will work with whatever ISP you have.
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even better, it appears to have openwrt support
Where did you find that? I looked at https://openwrt.org/toh/netgear/start and didn't see R7200...
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