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  • 4x Gigabit LAN Ports
  • 1x USB 2.0 Port
  • 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz Frequency Bands
  • Includes 2-Year Limited Parts & labor Warranty
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SolderSmoker asked this question on 11-30-2020 at 02:37 PM
11-30-2020 at 03:18 PM
No. Merlin only works on Broadcom CPUs, this has a Qualcomm CPU.

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Perfect for my parents. Their router is ten years old. Tried to freaking update the firmware today and it said error. Turns out it's a known problem and linksys could care less.
Why would they un mothball a 10+ year old product? It would cost $10k+ in engineering when a new model is $100.
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I wish it had aimesh feature.
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Would this be an upgrade to the RT-AC68U?
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Great router! Own 3, one per family and relative and myself. Love the speed it provides during Wi-Fi connection. When I pay for 100 Mbps, I love seeing that speed with Wi-Fi
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Wonder if can be used as an AP extension/aimesh.
i own one of these, i run 150' of cat6 from my inside router to my otherwise deadzone of a mancave and it works great! +good interface +nice secutiry features
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#21
Whatever this means:

AiMesh:No
Primary AiMesh router:Yes
AiMesh node:Yes

https://www.asus.com/Networking-IoT-Servers/WiFi-Routers/All-series/RT-ACRH12/techspec/
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If we can confirm this would work as an aiMesh node, I'd be all over it.
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Does this have gigabit lan ports? I did some research and people are saying it has 100 Mbps max per LAN port. It clearly says gigabit support on Amazon so I'm unsure
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To those asking, no Asus router below 1750mbps supports AiMesh. Since this is only 1200, it's a no.
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Would this be an upgrade to the RT-AC68U?
No.
https://bestwifirouterguide.com/a...12-review/
Its CPU is hard to pin down but its RAM and flash sizes look considerably worse. Max AC68U wifi speed estimated as AC1900 compared to this router's AC1200.

My AC68U is hooked up to gigabit fiber optic and can seems to just about use that speeds as long as QoS is disabled, allowing for network hardware acceleration, but it's at its limit.
Routers from Asus that would be a worthwhile upgrade while still low cost would be the AX55U at around $100 or the AX56U at $115-$120 and I'd lean toward the 56.
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Would this be an upgrade from netgear r7000? (5ghz drops like once a month and won't connect.. unless rebooting)
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Anyone know if this is DD-WRT compatible?
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Perfect for my parents. Their router is ten years old. Tried to freaking update the firmware today and it said error. Turns out it's a known problem and linksys could care less.
Couldn't care less*

I'd also kill support on a 10 year old router.
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How long should this last?
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Advise please. Why do we need this? I am using Verizon router.
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