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Netgear Orbi AC2200 RBK23 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Netgear Orbi AC2200 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System (RBK23) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks mickuo

Note: In stock on July 8, 2020.

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  • Netgear Orbi Router
  • 2x Netgear Orbi Satellite Extenders
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  • This product helps create a Mesh WiFi network that blankets your home in super fast, seamless WiFi. Replaces your old router, works with your modem and internet service provider; 6,000 square feet of consistent coverage (at speeds up to 2.2 Gbps (gigabytes per second).

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Nonsense, unless they did a typo. 2.2Gbps is 2200mbps and yes it probably will never hit those theoretical speeds but 200mbps is just laughable. I get 300/300 on my AC1900 ASUS RT-68U (5Ghz band) and my fios is technically 200/200. As long as you have router and card that both can reach over 1Gbps you should be able to get about 40-50 percent of it without an issue if they're not too far off from each other (mine is only about 20' and 1floor between them).

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Works with any Internet Service Provider Plan up to 200Mbps.

Does it mean that you can't get higher than that if you have speed higher than 200Mps?
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If you need something faster than that, then you should go with a higher AC number or move to AX.
Nonsense, unless they did a typo. 2.2Gbps is 2200mbps and yes it probably will never hit those theoretical speeds but 200mbps is just laughable. I get 300/300 on my AC1900 ASUS RT-68U (5Ghz band) and my fios is technically 200/200. As long as you have router and card that both can reach over 1Gbps you should be able to get about 40-50 percent of it without an issue if they're not too far off from each other (mine is only about 20' and 1floor between them).
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I have the similar model with ther plug ins satellite and get 300+
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Anyone use this with U-verse Fiber and can comment on setup experience?
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I have the main unit and 1 satilite unit. It's been extremely stable and fast. I have 150mb fios and it always maxes out my connection. I have the main unit connected to my fios router which I disabled the radio function on. The fios router handles all the dhcp services. I have close to 30 devices on and no issues.

I got tired of listening to my wife and son complaining about the wifi speeds in one half of the house. I bought the 2 unit version scratch and dent for $145.Now I hear the sounds of silence and it's glorious.
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According to Orbi, 400Mbps for 2.4GHz band and 866Mbps for 5GHz band are the theatrical speeds for your home WiFi, so not 200Mbps.
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Anyone use this with U-verse Fiber and can comment on setup experience?
I have ATT fiber 1gig service using this model but with only one satellite attached to the router. I can verify I have no issues.
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Like I said, if you need something faster than this model then go with a higher AC number.
Sorry for my dumb question . What does AC number stands for?
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Posted 2 days ago about the AC3000 deal (RBK53S) at Costco for $100 more. Much better deal imho as it also reaches 1gbit on the WAN port (internet provider / modem).

Essential if you already have fast internet (> 200 mbps) or are with a provider and technology that can upgrade to higher speed (Fiber / Cable).

Ac3000 : https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14131508
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My understanding is the base unit and 2 satellites are different - AC2200 vs AC1200 so you'd get the faster speeds only when connected to the base and not the satellites. Anyone know that to be accurate?
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Sorry for my dumb question . What does AC number stands for?
Check this out: https://www.tech21century.com/wif...vs-ac3000/

That is a pretty decent explanation.

TLDR:

AC1200 router: Maximum wireless combined theoretical bandwidth speed is 1200Mbps
AC1750 router: Maximum wireless combined theoretical bandwidth speed is 1750Mbps
AC1900 router: Maximum wireless combined theoretical bandwidth speed is 1900Mbps
AC2200 router: Maximum wireless combined theoretical bandwidth speed is 2200Mbps
AC3000 router: Maximum wireless combined theoretical bandwidth speed is 3000Mbps
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