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NETGEAR Orbi 4 Pack $179.99 FS

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Netgear.com has RBK14 for $249.99 but I got an email and used promo code "UPGRADE" to save $50 and got 10% off with a code you can get when you provide an email on their sign up and save box that shows up on their site.



It's a new small Orbi but up to 6k sqft.. The 3 Pack is $229..



Oh, yeah, there's free 2 day shipping included nod

https://www.netgear.com/orbi/rbk14.aspx
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Nice deal. Friend needs a mwah for his business and doesn't want refurb. Thanks OP he picked picked it up...
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Nice!!!!
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Noob question here. Is this a cable modem with WiFi?
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Does this do wired backhaul for the satellite units?
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Anyone know if one can buy this and use the 4 satellites with an existing mesh system? I currently have an orbi bk23 setup
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Hmm, planning to install TP Link Deco M5 today, wonder if I should go with this.

One Amazon review states:

"cons - does not work with amazon prime video, hbo now, ring doorbell, arlo cameras, disney+ and more due to buggy firmware and known issues (just google it if you don't believe me).

Swapped it for another leading brand and zero issues. figure it out netgear."
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Noob question here. Is this a cable modem with WiFi?
No, Orbis are the wifi router and satellites (no modem).
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No, Orbis are the wifi router and satellites (no modem).
Thank you for politely answering my question. Repped!
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Hmm, planning to install TP Link Deco M5 today, wonder if I should go with this.

One Amazon review states:

"cons - does not work with amazon prime video, hbo now, ring doorbell, arlo cameras, disney+ and more due to buggy firmware and known issues (just google it if you don't believe me).

Swapped it for another leading brand and zero issues. figure it out netgear."
thats really strange. Data should be data, the orbis just carry the TCP stream
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AWESOME DEAL! Also wondering if these are backwards compatible with older orbi routers
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Does this do wired backhaul for the satellite units?
Description says "Ethernet Ports—Two (2) Gigabit Ethernet ports (1 WAN + 1 LAN) available on the router." and the photos of the satellites only show a power input, so I'm guessing not.
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Description says "Ethernet Ports—Two (2) Gigabit Ethernet ports (1 WAN + 1 LAN) available on the router." and the photos of the satellites only show a power input, so I'm guessing not.
Looks like it is supported.

https://kb.netgear.com/000051205/...iFi-System
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Looks like it is supported.

https://kb.netgear.com/000051205/...iFi-System
The pictures in that article are not of this product (I see it says "applies to" on the side, but I'm not sure how you do wired backhaul without an ethernet port on the satellites, unless I'm misunderstanding how wired backhaul works).
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The pictures in that article are not of this product (I see it says "applies to" on the side, but I'm not sure how you do wired backhaul without an ethernet port on the satellites, unless I'm misunderstanding how wired backhaul works).
Wire the units to a switch on the same network. They don't have to be wired to each other.
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