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My Best Buy Members: 2-Pack NETGEAR Orbi AX4200 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System EXPIRED

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Best Buy has for My Best Buy Members (free to join): 2-Pack NETGEAR Orbi AX4200 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System on sale for $349.99. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • One Orbi Router (RBR750)
  • One Orbi Satellite (RBS750)
  • One 2m Ethernet cable
  • Two 12V/3.5A power adapters
  • Owner's manual
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Hey everybody, this is my first time making a deal post on SD so hope I'm doing it right!
I've been hunting for a new WiFi 6 mesh router system and came across this amazing deal at Best Buy. It's the Netgear Orbi AX4200 system (previously on sale for Black Friday for $379.99) but found it today even more on sale for $349.99 with My Best Buy Member Pricing, so YMMV. Just purchased one today. Please comment if you are able to see the same price as I was!

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/netg...Id=6405440
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Quote from rketi :
What is wrong with Linksys ax4200? I am using it for a week and working very good. I was thinking, if this Orbi is better? I had very bad experience with Orbis before so checking.
On a gig connection, it was horrible starting with 100..150 Mbps on wifi...400..500 on Ethernet and satellites on loading power reset
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Quote from cheapguy2020 :
On a gig connection, it was horrible starting with 100..150 Mbps on wifi...400..500 on Ethernet and satellites on loading power reset
I am getting 600mbps on all nodes with wifi backhaul with Linksys. I have 600mbps connection 2000sqft area
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Quote from MilsOnWheels :
My two cents on Orbi systems, I had the RBK50 set and I had extremely inconsistent speeds. From 400mbps to unusable sub 1.0 mbps without rhyme or reason. Tried literally everything including warranty replacement. I cut my losses and switched to eero, no such issue since. On paper Orbi should be better, dedicated backhaul, etc but it's plagued by poor software.
I experienced the same exact thing and kept blame it on my isp and then I switched to the eero pro 6 recently and realized all of the issues I had were the Orbi.
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Can I just use the router and sell the satellites? Is this better than other routers out there like nighthawk ax4300? My house is only 2 story with 1400 sf.
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Quote from elefante72 :
So the solution to this is get a $50 raspberry pi which can act as your nas and it will be updated. As a bonus you can put pihole on it and censor all ads in your house. You can get a 3 but a 4 is good with 2 gig of ram. This device will last a good 5-10 years long after netgear stops supporting or patching their gear.
Hmm... Thanks.
Never looked into it and I'm thinking that it could be challenging to set it up. I mostly rely on router settings and function to connect the hard drives.
I will Google the raspberry pi solution
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Quote from Grainy99 :
I wish it was the same system. The Costco Orbi (RBK-753S) doesn't have a modem but this one does. This is a great deal.
I don't find anywhere that it has a modem. Where did you see it?
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How does this compare with Linksys Velop AX4200 2-piece at Costco for $300?
My question too. I am using AX4200 for about two weeks now and extremely satisfied with its performance. No experience with Orbi though
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Quote from sam_ay :
In the past many years that I have had routers, I have always looked for one with 2 USB ports to attach my hard disk and make a local backup.

I was looking into a couple of mesh systems and there wasn't an option for attaching hard disk due to lack of USB ports. Is anyone having a similar use case as mine and how do you circumvent the lack of USB?
Linksys AAX4200 sold by Costco has USB
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Quote from marcopolos :
TP-Link deco has USB. Also you can use your old router if you have one that has USB ports attached to it and convert it to bridge mode so you retain all the previous USB functionality you're used to
2005 called and wants their local backup setup back.
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I recently bought this same setup for my FIOS 200mb setup, Plugged the Orbi router directly to the ethernet WAN cable in the FIOS box on the wall. Super easy to setup with the app on my iPhone, then further managed settings via the web interface.

Neartly all my devices in the house are wireless. Internet speed tests on my iMac (connected to the satellite AP) yields almost 300mb (yes, 300) even though I pay for 200mb.

Long term, I have no experience with this, but in the short with setup and usage, it's phenomenal.
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AC3000 signals drop too that's what I'm dealing with, if he figures out what it is, if you remember please let me know. All I can see is a drop in connection when I run a ping to my isp. Running the same ping with another router no drop.
What firmware are you using? Make sure both sat/router running the same version. Update all satellites before router. Backhaul whenever available router-sat, not wifi.
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I see many terrible experiences with orbi in these posts, but I had my rbk50 for 4-5 years now, but had no problems with speed or dropping signals. Yes, i had to restart the router about couple times a year when i had problems, but almost all routers have such glitches. I just wish their app gives me more control and info about connections/clients.
Same sentiment.
The app and lack of parental/scheduling controls is a huge omission. I've had mine for a few years and noticed some connections dropped. After some digging around I flashed back to a firmware where I could separate the 2.4 and 5ghz networks. Turned out all my 2.4 devices (like smart bulbs) would choke up my routers causing it to have a brain fart.
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Linksys AAX4200 sold by Costco has USB
No Linksys for me. I have had terrible experience with their routers, all during the days when routers were not that complicated and there were very few devices. Things might have improved but I'm not in the stage of life to spend many hours and days to get something right. It needs to turn out of the box and doesn't need a lot of attention after that too
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My house is about 14,000 sq ft (4500 sq ft per floor - 3 floors ). I currently have Samsung SmartThings and it's okay, but doesn't reach all corners of my house. Any suggestions?
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