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  • 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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  • 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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Almost all routers require that so anyone can't just go in and hijack your stuff
These low end broadcom routers aren't technically triple or quadcore processors (relative to higher end designs) but I digress.

If only 160mhz channel width offered practical benefits on 5Ghz Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)


Wifi 6 radios are generally faster in terms of processing speed (1.5Ghz vs 800mhz on Broadcom ARM A7), but these lower end 2x2 AX designs are equivalent to 2x2 AC1200 "spec" for AC clients in regards to performance at distance. Real world performance depends on amplifiers, amplification value, antenna height, tuning and specific clients used as not all perform identical. (IE: intel client vs broadcom and or qualcomm).

These entry 2x2 designs are great for AX clients, but end up in a weird bubble of performing worse than first gen AC 3x3 designs and higher end last gen 4x4 wave 2 radios with certain legacy hardware.

I don't want to steer people the wrong way as theres obvious benefits of running these cheaper AX routers with AX clients, but its not a 1 stop solution for overall improvement of wifi performance, especially since majority clients are indeed AC right now and that wont change until client pricing of AX hardware is cheap enough for IoT.

My recommendation.. Look for a deal on a 4x4 or newer 3x3 radio for consistency in upgrade paths, but thats at least double the price realistically speaking (on sale).

3x3 AX (new) will change this in around a year. Stuff like AX68U should be marked down as low as $100-120. This is at least an "upgrade" from legacy AC1750 spec.
To follow up on this, a lot of people don't care to secure it any further than "you must be connected to the network to access the config page". But you might not want everyone with the wifi pass to be able to change settings (guests, family, whatever). It's another layer of access control.

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Saw these on clearance today at walmart if you feel like hunting. YMMV
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Looks like the price moved to $76 - $10 off coupon, heck yeah.
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Is this any better than my r7500v2, that seems to be throttling my internet speeds lately?
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Looks like the price moved to $76 - $10 off coupon, heck yeah.
Right, thanks for sharing that, I updated the price in the post
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FYI, product sheet on Netgear site says 1.5Ghz quad core, 256MB Flash, 512MB RAM. Noticed it was "on sale" directly from Netgear for $82, maybe a replacement model is coming soon? Regardless, seems like a good deal.
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I've been using Arris modems for years.

I tried this Netgear modem a few weeks ago. I was surprised that Netgear requires logging in with user name and password to get into the modem's configuration page.... can anyone tell me why?

thanks!
Almost all routers require that so anyone can't just go in and hijack your stuff
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Almost all routers require that so anyone can't just go in and hijack your stuff
To follow up on this, a lot of people don't care to secure it any further than "you must be connected to the network to access the config page". But you might not want everyone with the wifi pass to be able to change settings (guests, family, whatever). It's another layer of access control.
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Get the RAX35 (basically a Nighthawk AX3000 RX40 without a USB port) on walmart for $81 it's still on sale. I used it for Wireless PCVR with my Oculus Quest 2. worked like a dream at 4k@120hz! my previous wifi5 router could only do 72hz and it wasn't that smooth. these wifi6 routers are fasssstttttt
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Saw these on clearance today at walmart if you feel like hunting. YMMV
https://slickdeals.net/f/15023968
Yep, grabbed a couple at $48 yesterday, cheaper than that at some stores.
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Quote from jhustineprovido :
Get the RAX35 (basically a Nighthawk AX3000 RX40 without a USB port) on walmart for $81 it's still on sale. I used it for Wireless PCVR with my Oculus Quest 2. worked like a dream at 4k@120hz! my previous wifi5 router could only do 72hz and it wasn't that smooth. these wifi6 routers are fasssstttttt
Sweet! Thanks! The RAX35 supports 160Mhz channel width for fastest speed too.

Picking one up at local Walmart today!
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Quote from jhustineprovido :
Get the RAX35 (basically a Nighthawk AX3000 RX40 without a USB port) on walmart for $81 it's still on sale. I used it for Wireless PCVR with my Oculus Quest 2. worked like a dream at 4k@120hz! my previous wifi5 router could only do 72hz and it wasn't that smooth. these wifi6 routers are fasssstttttt
WAIT! Is this RAX35 @ Amazon for $69.99 the same thing Walmart has?

https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-Ni...B0844HJBJC
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