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TP-Link Archer C4000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router - $99

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Tri-Band Wi-Fi (1625+1625+750 Mbps)
1.8 Ghz Dual-Core 64 Bit CPU
Parental Control Features
Multi-User MIMO Technology
Wi-Fi RangeBoost, Built-in VPN

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I have a netgear r6700. Wondering if I should upgrade to this.
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Not WIFI 6
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Not WIFI 6
What is the next best option for wifi 6 with triband?
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Quote from vinniet :
Not WIFI 6
Are current devices upward compatible with WIFI 6?
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I had this for a few months with last deal, the 2.4G channel seems slower than my older TPlink AC1900. default setting though.
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Just beware that once you hit around 40 devices connected via 2.4ghz/5ghz... some of the devices loose the ability to transfer data. I repeatedly had to disconnect and reconnect in order to connect to my network/internet. I'd guess 80% of the devices were IOT type devices, so transferred very little data... didn't matter.

Also, as others have mentioned, firmware hasn't been updated since 2019.

I really do like the antivirus/antimalware capability though.
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Quote from vinniet :
Not WIFI 6
What's the use case for wifi6?
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I have this dude. It's a workhorse.

I have a crapton of devices connected to it phones, tablets, gaming PCs, consoles, garage door, cameras, speakers, switches, bulbs never skips a beat.

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I have this for half year. Very good router so far. My desktop connected to wi-fi doubled download speed (it yses 2.4ghz). All other devices at home use 5ghz networks without any issues. It works pretty stable ( rebooted it one or two times).
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Is it bizarre there hasn't been a firmware update for this in 1.5 years?
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returned mine. overheating issue and died after 2 weeks. no more TP-Link product
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I bought the C4000 from Costco and loved it. So much that when I sold my house and left it behind I bought a refurb Archer A20 to replace it. The A20 does not work correctly at all and I did not notice until after the warranty ended. Googling indicates others with similar issues... dual band does not work, firmware breaking things, etc. On mine, 5ghz is inop even though the control panel indicates otherwise. It also says my 2.4ghz is operating on channel 161. Its a shame because when working it is a great router.
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