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Newegg has TP-Link Deco Whole Home Mesh WiFi System - Seamless Roaming, Adaptive Routing, Compact Plug-in Design, Up to 4, 500 Sq. ft (Deco M3 3-Pack) on sale for $89.99 after code

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Rolf going into a Costco now
call first, not all costcos carry this.
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call first, not all costcos carry this.
All Costco's carry corona at this point
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All Costco's carry corona at this point
true, true, but they carry other beer too.
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If you have a costco membership its 199 til the april 20th I believe
April 5th, and its sold out
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You call support and they will run a script that remotely reconfigures the modem and turns off the 2 wireless radios and changes the 4 port routing outputs into one output to supply internet to your external wireless router. Once they run the script it removes the $5 monthly charge.
TIL, I didn't know about this at all.
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Thanks bud, this makes sense. Spectrum gave them a modem/router combo, but if i remember correctly i can tell them to turn off the router capability. So this should work then... perfect.
Why worry about turning off the Spectrum Wifi. Why not just keep it running in addition to that from your new router? It's just an SSID, costs nothing extra to keep it, right? I have Spectrum's router running and mine too. Just gives me a few more SSID's to connect to if I want to split any of the load. I guess if you pay Spectrum for the wifi portion active you could save a few bucks, I don't pay extra for my Spectrum router - but do use my own since it's signal is superior.
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This does not work for online gaming (CS:GO or Shooters like MW). I had issues with my new desktop that I built but downstairs in my living room and my Nighhawk router is upstairs.

I had tried expensive USB Wifi adapters, internal PCie Wifi cards, etc. Then tried the Mesh system. For general streaming, it works very well, however for online gamng, I was still getting high latency all the time. Connection rate is good though at 866Mhz over my internal Wifi card.

Instead of running a 100 feet cable from my router to my desktop, I tried the TP link powerline adapter. Ran CAT6 cables on both ends of the powerline. PC is now connected at 1GB and all the online latency went away. I didn't even expect powerline adapters to work (if you look on YouTube, its usually meh reviews).

I've had the powerline for 2 weeks now and zero issues. I play MW every night for 2 hours and zero issues with that either. Just another alternative.

PS: My house is 10 yrs old since powerline depends a LOT on the quality of your house wiring.

Just wanted to say thanks for this note! I also have had good luck with the powerlines for a single machine, but ordered this because I need broader coverage for my current use case. But yes, I'd definitely recommend to anyone that needs to connect a single machine with top reliability and throughput to use powerline. It works great for gaming too, was shocked that the latency was seemingly identical to plugged straight into the router (17ms with 1-2ms jitter) for switch, xbox one, pc, and stadia.
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hey guys, a couple of q's for those who have this / have set this up;

Goal: to set up my in-laws who are not tech savvy, have spotty/slow wifi with the spectrum router.

Problem 1: hardware - will this replace the spectrum router, that they are renting now at $5/mo? or is this in conjunction with?

Problem 2: maintenance - if the system does go down, is it relatively easy to get back up? (turn it off/on again)

Problem 3: initial set up - does it require going into cmd prompt, type in the IP, etc etc, or does it come with an exe file that walks you through it rather easily?
1. You can save $5 a month because you do not need to rent the modem and the router from spectrum. You will just need the spectrum modem (which is usually included with spectrum price). Just return the router as this system is a router system.

2. If it goes down, worst case would be unplug all 3 parts for 10 seconds and plug them back in.

3. Generally the best thing to do is connect to the router with an ethernet cable once you buy the router. Then you can use your internet browser and type in the IP address of the router (ex. 192.168.0.1) and then the router home page will pop up where you can walk through all the settings. There is usually a fairly simple setup tutorial in the router settings.

Hope that helps!
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This does not work for online gaming (CS:GO or Shooters like MW). I had issues with my new desktop that I built but downstairs in my living room and my Nighhawk router is upstairs.

I had tried expensive USB Wifi adapters, internal PCie Wifi cards, etc. Then tried the Mesh system. For general streaming, it works very well, however for online gamng, I was still getting high latency all the time. Connection rate is good though at 866Mhz over my internal Wifi card.

Instead of running a 100 feet cable from my router to my desktop, I tried the TP link powerline adapter. Ran CAT6 cables on both ends of the powerline. PC is now connected at 1GB and all the online latency went away. I didn't even expect powerline adapters to work (if you look on YouTube, its usually meh reviews).

I've had the powerline for 2 weeks now and zero issues. I play MW every night for 2 hours and zero issues with that either. Just another alternative.

PS: My house is 10 yrs old since powerline depends a LOT on the quality of your house wiring.
I am playing cs:go on WiFi at 40/40 speeds and have not notice a lag of some sort. Is there something that I'm missing? Am I lagging and I don't know it? Sorry total noob.
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Sweet, now the communist party of China can track all my data. In for one! Lol
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So this is between an extender and a true mesh system? Where each node works as a hub?

How much slower do the speeds get?
I guess it's considered a mesh system because you have one AP and your devices will automatically switch to the strongest signal. Near the base hub (which is hardwired with ethernet to my router), I get the advertised 300 mbps from my ISP. Nothing's compromised cause it's coming right off the home line. For that, I put any bandwidth hogs that aren't wired near the base station. The smaller plug in hubs are on a different floor of the home and get about 50 mbps, which is sufficient for getting signal to smart switches, TV, etc. It may come down to positioning the 3 pieces to get the best system for your specific home. I just got tired of using extenders and having multiple APs.

For something cheap and plug and play, this works great. I didn't really care about advanced settings either, cause I do most of the administration through my router. The P9 sounds better for stronger network needs,
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Can this be linked in with Google mesh?
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Why worry about turning off the Spectrum Wifi. Why not just keep it running in addition to that from your new router? It's just an SSID, costs nothing extra to keep it, right? I have Spectrum's router running and mine too. Just gives me a few more SSID's to connect to if I want to split any of the load. I guess if you pay Spectrum for the wifi portion active you could save a few bucks, I don't pay extra for my Spectrum router - but do use my own since it's signal is superior.
they're charging my in-laws $5/mo rental for their modem/router.

I had the same thing until a couple of years ago where i got my own router; all they did was "turn off" their router part of the router/modem.
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Can this be combined with the Deco M5 and M9?
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Can this be linked in with Google mesh?
No.

You might be thinking of the TP-Link Onhub router, which this is not.
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