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Netgear RAX20 4-Stream AX1800 WiFi 6 Router w/ USB 3.0 Port EXPIRED

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Amazon has Netgear 4-Stream AX1800 WiFi 6 Router w/ USB 3.0 Port (RAX20-100NAS) on sale for $79.99. Shipping is free.

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About this product:
  • Recommended for a small to medium homes (up to 1,500 sq. ft. with 20 or more connected devices)
  • Dual Band 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz 802.11 AX WiFi 6 router (up to 1.5x faster than 802.11ac WiFi 5)
  • VPN Support
  • Suitable for up to 4K UHD video streaming
  • Four 1000 Mpbs Gigabit Ethernet LAN Ports
  • 1x USB 3.0 Port
  • Supports Fiber & home internet plans offering up to 1Gbps speed

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Description shows: "Voltage 100240 Volts"

I sincerely hope that them mean 100-240 volts and not 100240 volts..... because I'm sure my electrician will not be able to install a home nuclear power generator for me at a reasonable price.
Tech specs that are never included in the ads, but should.

2 transmit, 2 receiving antennae for its 5GHz channels (2x2:2)
2 transmit, 2 receiving antennae for its 2.4GHz channels (2x2:2)
No 5GHz DFS channels (very useful if you are in a dense residential situation)
https://www.accessagility.com/blo...i-channels)

less important, but for those interested:

512MB of ram (good for an AX capable router at less than $100 - at this price they often have 256MB)
CPU: Broadcom BCM6755 (4 cores; 1.5Ghz)


sources:
full specs: http://en.techinfodepot.shoutwiki...gear_RAX20
FCC license for wireless freqs: https://fccid.io/PY319200445
Can you provide links of American made routers so I can get one?

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Description shows: "Voltage 100240 Volts"

I sincerely hope that them mean 100-240 volts and not 100240 volts..... because I'm sure my electrician will not be able to install a home nuclear power generator for me at a reasonable price.
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Max 80Mhz channel width (WiFi6). Need the newer RAX40 (not out yet?) for 160Mhz channels.

Anyone know if this (or any WiFi 6 router) can use the USB port to tether a cell phone for failover when primary is down?
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I have 200mbps internet service but my iPhone SE (2016) shows 40mbps download speeds. My modem is new with the service, and my router is at least 3-4 years old. Will this router boost my download speeds?
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Quote from FrozenBeer :
Description shows: "Voltage 100240 Volts"

I sincerely hope that them mean 100-240 volts and not 100240 volts..... because I'm sure my electrician will not be able to install a home nuclear power generator for me at a reasonable price.
you can probably rig it to work during thru lighting-only. it might give you enough voltage. We get thunderstorms very often here in Texas
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Should I get this or the TP-Link WiFi 6 Router AX1800 Smart WiFi Router (Archer AX21) for $10 more?
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I have 200mbps internet service but my iPhone SE (2016) shows 40mbps download speeds. My modem is new with the service, and my router is at least 3-4 years old. Will this router boost my download speeds?

To get faster speeds on your iphone SE make sure you are connected to the 5ghz wifi bandwidth. Some routers will put out both a 2.4ghz and 5ghz wifi signal.
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you can probably rig it to work during thru lighting-only. it might give you enough voltage. We get thunderstorms very often here in Texas
thanks, but i think I'll wait for the updated router that runs on 1.21 gigawatts... probably won't transport me through time, but at least it will allow me to send emails back in time.
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Have been looking for a basic router for my Mother in Law for streaming and basic internet, but couldn't bring myself to buying an older Wifi5 router that would more than likely have less years of support. Looking at the reviews it seems like after the Firmware update it runs pretty stable. The cell app is hit or miss, but I'm going to be going in through the web interface to set it up anyway. Thanks OP!!!
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I have 200mbps internet service but my iPhone SE (2016) shows 40mbps download speeds. My modem is new with the service, and my router is at least 3-4 years old. Will this router boost my download speeds?
Too vague, too many variables. Not to be a dick, but google for an answer first. It will be faster for you and easier for people trying to help here. Teach a person to fish vs giving them one.. yadda yadda.
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Tech specs that are never included in the ads, but should.
  • 2 transmit, 2 receiving antennae for its 5GHz channels (2x2:2)
  • 2 transmit, 2 receiving antennae for its 2.4GHz channels (2x2:2)
  • No 5GHz DFS channels (very useful if you are in a dense residential situation)
    https://www.accessagility.com/blo...i-channels)
less important, but for those interested:
  • 512MB of ram (good for an AX capable router at less than $100 - at this price they often have 256MB)
  • CPU: Broadcom BCM6755 (4 cores; 1.5Ghz)

sources:
full specs: http://en.techinfodepot.shoutwiki...gear_RAX20
FCC license for wireless freqs: https://fccid.io/PY319200445
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