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Reminder that this only has 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports for both the WAN and LAN ports. If you pay for speeds higher than 100 Mbps from your ISP, you won't see them. I know it says AC1200, but that's the speed for transfers between devices on your network.

Specs sheet here: https://www.netgear.com/home/prod...R6120.aspx

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Enough for a house. Usually a good router cost around this price. When I bought my ac1700, it was about $70. This already comes with a wifi extender which usually could cost at least $25-30.
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I'm looking for a cheap WiFi router for the garage. Is this pretty much the cheapest I can get? I already have a power line adapter running there just need a router
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I'm looking for a cheap WiFi router for the garage. Is this pretty much the cheapest I can get? I already have a power line adapter running there just need a router
There are cheaper ones, but the $50 mark is where youll usually start to get consistently decent options. If you can wait, refurbbed TMO-branded AC68u's will pop up for $10 less.

But you do get the extender thrown in for this one. However, if youre happy with your powerline extension, then just another router (turned into an AP) is sufficient.
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Does this work with Verizon Fios?
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I'm looking for a cheap WiFi router for the garage. Is this pretty much the cheapest I can get? I already have a power line adapter running there just need a router
I picked this up from a recommendation on another thread... Seems to work fine so far for $30

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...1TUR&psc=1
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Reminder that this only has 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports for both the WAN and LAN ports. If you pay for speeds higher than 100 Mbps from your ISP, you won't see them. I know it says AC1200, but that's the speed for transfers between devices on your network.

Specs sheet here: https://www.netgear.com/home/prod...R6120.aspx



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Does this work with Verizon Fios?
It would, but your internet is fast, this will bottleneck it when you have a big house hold. But for a family of 4, it should be good.
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Reminder that this only has 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports for both the WAN and LAN ports. If you pay for speeds higher than 100 Mbps from your ISP, you won't see them. I know it says AC1200, but that's the speed for transfers between devices on your network.

Specs sheet here: https://www.netgear.com/home/prod...R6120.aspx
Exactly my point to the other person. This will bottleneck anything higher than those rated speeds.
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It would, but your internet is fast, this will bottleneck it when you have a big house hold. But for a family of 4, it should be good.
I've got it It's a pass. Thank you.
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Exactly my point to the other person. This will bottleneck anything higher than those rated speeds.
I'm not going to tell people to go out and buy old tech, but I have old Netgear unmanaged 10/100 switches that consistently put out higher than 100. The G switches are faster, but if you got a old switch laying around, see what speed you get in comparison. It may not be that much different.
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U can get a similar combined ranged fast wifi 5 router at around $60-$70.
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Any recommendation for a simple router with gigabit Ethernet Wan and Lan ports? I just need the router to connect wired to the ISP's ONT, and from there it acts as a switch to 4 hard wired cables that go throughout the place. Won't use WiFi on my router.
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I think around this price range a cheap in home mesh kit might be the better option, especially since this is only AC1200 speeds, if your looking for just basic wifi and streaming use. You can get urlhasbeenblocked Nova's for under $100.
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