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For anyone who has interest, Amazon has TP-Link Networking Product Black Friday Deals as below:

Wireless Router:

1. TP-Link AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (Archer A8) - High Speed MU-MIMO Wireless Router, Dual Band Router for Wireless Internet, Gigabit, Supports Guest WiFi, Beamforming, Smart Connect [amazon.com]---$67.99(15% OFF)

2. TP-Link WiFi 6 Router AX1800 Smart WiFi Router (Archer AX20) – 802.11ax Router, Gigabit Router, Dual Band, OFDMA, Parental Controls, Long Range Coverage, Works with Alexa [amazon.com]---$99.99(23% OFF) Now says In stock on December 29, 2020.

Mesh WiFi sytem:

3. TP-Link Deco WiFi 6 Mesh WiFi System(Deco X20) - Covers up to 5800 Sq.Ft. , AX1800 Wi-Fi 6, Replaces WiFi Routers and WiFi Extenders, Parental Control, Works with Alexa, 3-Pack [amazon.com]---$229.99(15% OFF)

4. TP-Link Deco Mesh WiFi System(Deco M5) –Up to 5,500 sq. ft. Whole Home Coverage and 100+ Devices,WiFi Router/Extender Replacement, Parental Controls/Anitivirus, Seamless Roaming, 3-pack [amazon.com]---$149.99(12% OFF)

Ethernet Switch:
5. TP-Link Litewave 5 Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch | Desktop Ethernet Splitter | Plastic Case | Unshielded Network Switch | Plug & Play | Fanless Quiet | Unmanaged (LS1005G) [amazon.com]---$12.99(24% OFF)

6. TP-Link 8 Port Gigabit Switch | Easy Smart Managed | Plug & Play | Limited Lifetime Protection | Desktop/Wall-Mount | Sturdy Metal w/ Shielded Ports | Support QoS, Vlan, IGMP and LAG (TL-SG108E) [amazon.com]---$24.99(17% OFF)

WiFi Extender:

7. TP-Link AC750 WiFi Extender (RE230), Covers Up to 1200 Sq.ft and 20 Devices, Dual Band WiFi Range Extender, WiFi Booster to Extend Range of WiFi Internet Connection, OneMesh Compatible [amazon.com]---$24.99(16.7% OFF) Now says In stock on December 19, 2020.
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I've been using a TPLink AC1750 for years now and it has worked reliably.

But I am making this post to remind people that buying a router on price only is dangerous. The no/low-name brands can cause you much trouble as this article describes:
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Walmart-exclusive router and others sold on Amazon & eBay contain hidden backdoors to control devices
23 November 2020
https://cybernews.com/security/wa...l-devices/
What kind of BF sales are these? 12-17% off and one at 23%.

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I've been using a TPLink AC1750 for years now and it has worked reliably.

But I am making this post to remind people that buying a router on price only is dangerous. The no/low-name brands can cause you much trouble as this article describes:
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Walmart-exclusive router and others sold on Amazon & eBay contain hidden backdoors to control devices
23 November 2020
https://cybernews.com/security/wa...l-devices/
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How is tp link firmware? I can no longer log into my linksys router, I get stuck on a waiting screen that is apparently a firmware bug according to forum posts.
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How is tp link firmware? I can no longer log into my linksys router, I get stuck on a waiting screen that is apparently a firmware bug according to forum posts.
I've had no problem with mine, though my model is old and no longer updated.
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Waiting for something on the deco x60 two pack. Does anyone know how the x60 dual band wifi 6 compares to the orbi rbk50 which is triband but wifi 5. The deco is $269. Orbi $299 give or take.
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Waiting for something on the deco x60 two pack. Does anyone know how the x60 dual band wifi 6 compares to the orbi rbk50 which is triband but wifi 5. The deco is $269. Orbi $299 give or take.
Wondering same
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I've been using a TPLink AC1750 for years now and it has worked reliably.

But I am making this post to remind people that buying a router on price only is dangerous. The no/low-name brands can cause you much trouble as this article describes:
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Walmart-exclusive router and others sold on Amazon & eBay contain hidden backdoors to control devices
23 November 2020
https://cybernews.com/security/wa...l-devices/ [cybernews.com]
Does urlhasbeenblocked falls into same criteria
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Just buy Asus and thank me later.
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What kind of BF sales are these? 12-17% off and one at 23%.
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I will be using T-Mobile home internet soon. What would be a good router to pair with it? I don't game, only stream and surf.

Also, these routers with the external antennas, can one antenna be removed and replaced with a yagi antenna mounted on the outside eave, pointing out towards my back yard to improve coverage there?

Thanks
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I've been using a TPLink AC1750 for years now and it has worked reliably.

But I am making this post to remind people that buying a router on price only is dangerous. The no/low-name brands can cause you much trouble as this article describes:
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Walmart-exclusive router and others sold on Amazon & eBay contain hidden backdoors to control devices
23 November 2020
https://cybernews.com/security/wa...l-devices/
How does AC1750 hold up? I've got a crappy old router and recently got fios 200mbps so looking for an upgrade. Not sure if I should look at wifi 6 options or something like what you mentioned or AC1900, etc.
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So many choices for mesh WiFi. I'm just going to note that the Deco M5 system has only AC1300 while the Deco M9 currently on sale at Costco for $20 more is AC2200. Probably worth the extra $.
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What's a good router that will reach basement and a house 2500sqf size tnx in advance
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Just went from Linksys to TP-link about a month ago. AX-3000, around $125 from Target. Works well. Don't need the extenders to cover my home/office anymore. Buffers occasionally. Run a bit warm, at around 100°. Haven't had to reboot yet. Wifi 6 coming on all my new devices. Good product.

Was looking at the AX1800, too. $100 is a good price.
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