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TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Gigabit Router (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Gigabit Router (Refurbished) for $29.99. Shipping is free.

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  • TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit Router (Refurbished)
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Power Supply Unit
Features:
  • P-Link Archer C7 router works with 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands simultaneously to satisfy your bandwidth requirements, and three high-quality external antennas increase the signal distance without sacrificing speed. This TP-Link Archer C7 router has one WAN port and four LAN ports for wired connections.

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    • This Router is highly rated receiving 4.5 stars out of possible 5 stars based on over 34,600 customer reviews on Amazon.
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    • Our research indicates that TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit Router (Refurbished) is $29 less (50.88% savings) over buying a Brand New (Non-Refurbished) Model Elsewhere.
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Good deal in a solid router. I'm running DD-WRT on mine with all the bells and whistles. The only drawbacks to this router are that you're probably not going to get the full bang for your buck if you have a 500+ mbits plan.
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Can I use this as an access point with a linksys router? I just need something to repeat the network so devices can jump between them depending on signal strength
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Do we know if this is one of those router with different versions which some supports ddwrt and others don't? Or is there just 1 version and they all support ddwrt? Looking for a backup router should my current one go out.
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Quote from Phil17 :
Can I use this as an access point with a linksys router? I just need something to repeat the network so devices can jump between them depending on signal strength
Yes you can. This allows for a repeater mode setup.
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Do we know if this is one of those router with different versions which some supports ddwrt and others don't? Or is there just 1 version and they all support ddwrt? Looking for a backup router should my current one go out.
I wondered the same thing. I can only find reference to v5 in DD WRT and OpenWRT pages.

It seems like this is similar (nearly identical) to the C7, so possibly versions 1-4 are the C7 models.
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in 4 1. Just set up the old one from the living room to replace the spotty old router I was using as AP in the library. At $30, this is a huge step up from a belkin 600.
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Does the router choice make a difference in terms of range? I'm using an old version that I received from my previous ISP. So far, it's been working well but the range of the wifi does become problematic in some areas of the home. I already have an access point that does help but was just curious nonetheless.
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I have this for my FiOS service, excellent router, literally plug and play and has been going strong without a single issue... I'd recommend downloading the tp link app, you can see what devices are on your network and make the necessary adjustments
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Can I set this up as a WiFi hotspot router from public WiFi into the house?
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Nice wireless router. Flashed directly to DDWRT with no hiccups.
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Looking forward to replacing cable company router (as secondary) and getting full access point mode to my C4000. Thanks op!
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Looking to move into a 1700sq ft house with ATT 300 down.
Anyone know if there is a way to avoid using their ATT WIFI gateway modem/router?

I think i'll buy one of these to use as an Access Point...
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anybody knows if this is hardware "v5"? Because on openwrt it said only support A7 v5
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