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I literally bought the same router on amazon a few hours ago for a gift to a neighbor as theirs was very old and slow 10+ years old. Cancelled that and saved me $15. Thanks Repped. I hope these refurbs work well!

Oh also anyone else considering this, it lacks a USB port in the back.
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Was interested as it looks like a good router but it seems to only be a savings of $15 and makes the warranty go from a standard year to only 30 days with this refurb
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Seems like a decent deal for an AC router with true gigabit ports. I've had a couple TPLink refurbs and never had a problem.
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Got the non gigabit one on amazon for $25. Deciding if I want to return that and get this..
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I've had this router for quite some time and I have never had any issues with it. I'm very happy with it.

Quick question to anyone who has it or might now - If I bought another one, would I be able to use it to extend wifi range (recently moved to a bigger house)? And would the speed be decent?
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I've had this router for quite some time and I have never had any issues with it. I'm very happy with it.

Quick question to anyone who has it or might now - If I bought another one, would I be able to use it to extend wifi range (recently moved to a bigger house)? And would the speed be decent?
Yes, I thought I read it has a mode setting for "repeater"
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Yes, I thought I read it has a mode setting for "repeater"
Would it be a wireless repeater? Or do I need to connect it via Ethernet?
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What happened to those Refurb Tmobile Asus 1900 ones? they use to come on so often and haven't seen them anymore. Only other deals now are $300 routers for people who live in mansions
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Would it be a wireless repeater? Or do I need to connect it via Ethernet?
Wireless would be bridge mode and it does support it. Did a quick google search
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Wireless would be bridge mode and it does support it. Did a quick google search
I bought one a few weeks ago at Walmart for $40... I might buy another then to use as bridge mode , so my whole house would have coverage
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DDWRT is not supported, can you put OpenVPN on these using the OFW?
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