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

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Walmart.com has Netgear Nighthawk AX4 4-Stream AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Router (RAX35-100NAS) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, alternatively, store pickup is free. Thanks johndoe35
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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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something to think about. At $200 it might not worth it but at $150 then you got a deal. Why?

You'll get only 2 radios tx/rx at any given millisecond. But if you pair 2 of these you'll get 4 radios instead of course with slightly higher energy cost per hour. 🤔
Is that the rax80 or Rax120
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thanks for the deal voted
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amazing got it
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Got one on BF. Would crash about twice a day. Tech support was no help. They wanted me to pay for return shipping to replace it. Returned it at Walmart for a D-Link
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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.
I've had the same router for years and it works brilliantly. Look into flashing dd-wrt as the firmware. It overrides the useless Netgear FW and gives you a ton more control, including signal strength and even overclocking. It's a solid router, but the netgear software cripples it quite a bit
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Is this router any better than google wifi? (Four pucks)
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Care to share your test results for the two routers? (AX3000 vs AC4000)?
There's plenty of feedback already on Nighthawk AX4 but for me even after a firmware update it was slow to saving changes & reboots,poor management UI and device-tests showed poor speedtest results compared to the two TP-LINKs under the same conditions.I'l also like to mention the bugs Eg. guest wifi network SSID won't save sometimes interface won't load and freeze (unrelated to browser) SLOW Roll Eyes (Sarcastic).

SO I'm sticking with the Costco.com purchased (Non Wifi6/AX support)TP-Link AC4000 Peacefor now since its very much possible that none of the Wifi6 routers actually even support a key Wifi6 feature OFDMA(hardware exists & future updates may bring the functionality) as per this great Wifi6/802.11ax [smallnetbuilder.com] testing article.Checkout the "closing thoughts" .

And the worst part I couldn't find any of these AX Wifi6 routers that are being discussed here AX/Wifi6 devices are even certified or listed at wi-fi.org [wi-fi.org] Confused .

Finally if you're still itching to get a AX router ~$270 ASUS RT-AX88U is very much wi-fi.org certified listed and has good reviews else just hang tight a few more months till there are more affordable products in the marketplace.
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Is this router any better than google wifi? (Four pucks)
I just recently got the three puck version, and I just CAN'T imagine going back to having a single router,
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