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Netgear Nighthawk AX4 4-Stream AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Router EXPIRED

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This Router supports the latest generation Wi-Fi 6 technology and delivers a new level of Gigabit Wi-Fi connectivity so you can connect, stream and download faster to newer mobile devices. Delivers 4X the performance as compared to previous Wi-Fi standards. Enjoy smoother streaming, faster downloads, and improved gaming and video conferencing. -slickdewmaster

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If you can't afford the new Netgear 12 streams then this will do just fine if you add multiple of them, 3 totals to rock the house. LOL

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I got this on black friday and then returned it. The signal is weak. Not worth even 50 bucks.
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This router isn't good at all. Purchased it to replace the one provided by my ISP and it was actually slower. Their in app speedtest is a lie as it shows speeds that you get from wired connection and not WiFi. Setup is only done through their app as well.
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Lol @ "no need to drive and waste gas" in the title.
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Lol @ "no need to drive and waste gas" in the title.
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Price is $99.00 as I did not see it in the OP or title.
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Lol @ "no need to drive and waste gas" in the title.
But what about those of us who *want* to drive and waste gas? 🤣

And yeah, I LOLed when I saw that in the title too. 😃
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I have a netgewr nighthawk ac1900 the r7000. It was a good router but just have so many WiFi devices that it gives poor signals to cer devices. Will adding this as the main router and putting the old router as a repeater be a good idea.
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Isn't the review on the basic functions of the GUi really bad? Asic functionalaity missing for managing etc
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Isn't the review on the basic functions of the GUi really bad? Asic functionalaity missing for managing etc
Are you talking specifically about this model? Or the Netgear gui in general? I have an R9000, I do plenty of advanced stuff throughout the house, and have had zero issues with the router. I love the R9000 to be honest.
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How would this be as an access point?
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How would this be as an access point?
Easy way would be to assign the IP to your existing subnet and disable DHCP. Connect the LAN side to your existing LAN. You have now disabled the routing only using the switch effectively turning it into an access point. Since it uses AX technology you may choose to have an unique SSID so you know your in it. At least for the 5 GHz since 2.4 GHz is mostly for compatibility with older equipment. I have one of these I have yet to setup but have several other routers configured like this and see speeds up to 480mbps with my wireless AC or WiFi 5 devices.
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Easy way would be to assign the IP to your existing subnet and disable DHCP. Connect the LAN side to your existing LAN. You have now disabled the routing only using the switch effectively turning it into an access point. Since it uses AX technology you may choose to have an unique SSID so you know your in it. At least for the 5 GHz since 2.4 GHz is mostly for compatibility with older equipment. I have one of these I have yet to setup but have several other routers configured like this and see speeds up to 480mbps with my wireless AC or WiFi 5 devices.
Thanks. I currently bought an ASUS RT AC66U to replace my old ASUS RT N66R and now use the N66R as an AP. I'm not very impressed with its coverage, so I might get this one either replace it or add to my network. For $100, it seems like a pretty decent deal for a router that supports WiFi 6.
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I got this on black friday and then returned it. The signal is weak. Not worth even 50 bucks.
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This model is terrible. Do not buy.
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I actually had Micro Center PM this and got it last night. THe GUI is slow. It boots slow. It doesnt have any type of band steering so you end up with a 2.4Ghz SSID and 5Ghz SSID. I am pretty sure it doesnt support adding more and doing a true mesh( I didnt play around with this). The wifi6 speeds were just inconsistent standing half a room away it would go anywhere from low 40mbps to 2+Gbps every few seconds.
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This router isn't good at all. Purchased it to replace the one provided by my ISP and it was actually slower. Their in app speedtest is a lie as it shows speeds that you get from wired connection and not WiFi. Setup is only done through their app as well.
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