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Amazon has select TP-Link Items on prime day sale as listed below. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

WiFi Router:
1. TP-Link AX1800 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 Gigabit Router, MU-MIMO, OFDMA(Archer AX21) [amazon.com]----$79.99(reg. $99.99)
2. TP-Link AX5400 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 Gigabit Router, MU-MIMO, OFDMA(Archer AX73) [amazon.com]---$159.99(reg. $199.99)
3. TP-Link AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router, MU-MIMO(Archer A7) [amazon.com]----$49.99(reg. $64.99)
4. TP-Link AC4000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi MU-MIMO Gigabit Router(Archer A20) [amazon.com]---$119.99(reg. $159.99)
5. TP-Link AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi MU-MIMO Gigabit Router [amazon.com](Archer A6_V3) [amazon.com]--$39.99(reg. $49.99)

WiFi Mesh System
1. TP-Link AX1800 Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System 3-Pack , Up to 5,800 Sq. Ft. Coverage(Deco X20) [amazon.com]----$199.99(reg. $249.99)
2. TP-Link AC1200 Mesh Wi-Fi System 3-Pack, Up to 5,500 Sq. Ft. Coverage(Deco S4) [amazon.com]----$119.99(reg. $149.99)

WiFi Extender
1. TP-Link AC1200 Wi-Fi Extender, Up to 1500 Sq. Ft., 25 Devices(RE300) [amazon.com]---$29.99(Reg. $44.99)
2. TP-Link AC1200 Wi-Fi Range Extender w/external antenna, Up To 1,500 Sq. Ft(RE315) [amazon.com]----$36.99(Reg. $49.99)
3. TP-Link AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender, up to $1200 Sq, Ft, 20 devices(RE230) [amazon.com]---$23.99(Reg. $29.99)

Ethernet Switch& EAP
1. TP-Link 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch, Plug and Play(LS1008G) [amazon.com]--$14.39(Reg. $17.99)
2. TP-Link 5-Port Gigabit Easy Smart Switch, Support VLAN(TL-SG105E) [amazon.com]---$19.99(Reg. $24.99)
3.TP-Link 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch, 4-Port PoE, 55W(TL-SG1008P) [amazon.com]---$44.99(Reg. $59.99)
4. TP-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Gigabit Access Point, Omada SDN, Mesh & PoE(EAP265HD) [amazon.com]--$109.99(Reg. $129.99)

Network Adapters
1. TP-Link AC1300 High Gain Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB Adapter(Archer T3U Plus) [amazon.com]---$17.99(Reg. $22.99)
2. TP-Link USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter, Nintendo Switch Compatible(UE305) [amazon.com]---$11.99(Reg. $14.99)
3. TP-Link AC1200 Dual-Band WiFi PCIe Adapter with Bluetooth 4.2(Archer T5E) [amazon.com]---$27.99(Reg. $34.99)
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Get the Belkin AX3200/RT3200 instead of the AX1800, it's $10 more with code WLC2BELKIN at belkin.com.

It's also Openwrt capable, fw is in beta though.
I can't personally can't speak for this router, but it appears to be $80 on Walmart for their "Deals for Days" sale: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Belkin.../103632882

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Get the Belkin AX3200/RT3200 instead of the AX1800, it's $10 more with code WLC2BELKIN at belkin.com.

It's also Openwrt capable, fw is in beta though.
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Quote from frollic :
Get the Belkin AX3200/RT3200 instead of the AX1800, it's $10 more with code WLC2BELKIN at belkin.com.

It's also Openwrt capable, fw is in beta though.
Worth upgrading from rt-n66ru?
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Quote from frollic :
Get the Belkin AX3200/RT3200 instead of the AX1800, it's $10 more with code WLC2BELKIN at belkin.com.

It's also Openwrt capable, fw is in beta though.
I can't personally can't speak for this router, but it appears to be $80 on Walmart for their "Deals for Days" sale: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Belkin.../103632882
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Quote from smikwily :
I can't personally can't speak for this router, but it appears to be $80 on Walmart for their "Deals for Days" sale: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Belkin.../103632882 [walmart.com]
even better, nice find!
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Worth upgrading from rt-n66ru?
Depends on your client devices, but I'd say it is.

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Can anyone comment on the AC-1200 Mesh system for a 1200sq-ft house and attached deck? I'm currently using the standard Xfinity modem/router. My NVIDA Shield on the deck will usually stream 4k movies but it has spotty performance at times. My house has wet plaster/metal lath walls.

TIA!
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Can anyone comment on the AC-1200 Mesh system for a 1200sq-ft house and attached deck? I'm currently using the standard
Xfinity modem/router.
867Mbps @ 5GHz isn't fast, real life performance would be around 300-350Mbps, I guess.
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Can anyone comment on the AC-1200 Mesh system for a 1200sq-ft house and attached deck? I'm currently using the standard Xfinity modem/router. My NVIDA Shield on the deck will usually stream 4k movies but it has spotty performance at times. My house has wet plaster/metal lath walls.

TIA!
Currenty a deco x20 user. Also added Deco M9s and could not be happier with the performance 3 room across/ 3 walls without direct LOS between TV and the router. Works really well
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Quote from frollic :
Get the Belkin AX3200/RT3200 instead of the AX1800, it's $10 more with code WLC2BELKIN at belkin.com.

It's also Openwrt capable, fw is in beta though.
How likely is it to move from beta to full release? I have only recently started looking after my mesh system went on the fritz. It looks like it could replace my current mesh system and my firewall box all in one but I'm nervous about relying on beta software.
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How likely is it to move from beta to full release? I have only recently started looking after my mesh system went on the fritz. It looks like it could replace my current mesh system and my firewall box all in one but I'm nervous about relying on beta software.
It's definitely going to be in the stable.
They're already at RC3 of the 21.02 release, it should be in the one coming next.

There are some "issues", like no 160MHz band support in the webUI, so some config
have to be done over SSH, but it works well, AFAIK.

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Get the Belkin AX3200/RT3200 instead of the AX1800, it's $10 more with code WLC2BELKIN at belkin.com.

It's also Openwrt capable, fw is in beta though.
I have the TPLink Archer A20 but it is defective and outside the warranty period (5Ghz radios not working). Frustrated with TPLink so thinking about the Belkin. Can the stock firmware host an OpenVPN server? I don't see any mention in the owners manual.
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Can anyone speak on the wifi extenders, which one is good?
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Can the stock firmware host an OpenVPN server? I don't see any mention in the owners manual.
Check the manual for Linksys E8450, it's the same device.

If it's supported there, then the Belkin could run one too, but they might still have removed
the functionality from the Belkin FW.

Or just flash openwrt directly Wink

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