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Costco Members: TP-Link Tri-Band 12-Stream AX11000 Wi-Fi 6 Router EXPIRED

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Features:
Wi-Fi 6 Technology Achieves the Fastest Speeds
12-Stream Router Delivering Speeds up to 10.8 Gbps
1.8 Ghz Quad-Core Processor
8 Gigabit Lan Ports Provide Faster, More Reliable Speeds
Compatible to Support all Previous 802.11 Standards and all Wi-Fi Devices

https://www.costco.com/tp-link-tr...19717.html
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sigrab asked this question on 10-11-2021 at 12:26 PM
10-11-2021 at 12:26 PM
I think it will serve good, plus Costco excellent return policy, you can always take it back if it doesn't meet your expectations.
10-13-2021 at 08:15 AM
Most likely you’d be good. It would depend on the materials of the walls though. My parents live in a hurricane prone area with internal concrete walls and they need hubs on each floor no matter their router wifi signal
Aige asked this question on 10-13-2021 at 01:23 PM
10-13-2021 at 01:23 PM
Just FYI to anyone interested, looked on Amazon- this unit can be wall mounted.
FlyerFocus asked this question on 10-13-2021 at 01:21 PM
DFV asked this question on 10-15-2021 at 11:23 AM

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Just wanted to say this looks like a map on Quake lol
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This is the Ron Jeremy of routers.....
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Is the goal to make these things as hideous as possible? You know, like modern tennis shoes?
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Ok what is your list of wifi that is not made in china? Infact what is your list of "electronics' that are not made in china?

You might get away with saying "not china owned".
Try Amazon eero series, which is at least from Vietnam. Red China ask a Chinese company to put a backdoor, it has to comply to the party's order.
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Try Amazon eero series, which is at least from Vietnam. Red China ask a Chinese company to put a backdoor, it has to comply to the party's order.
Real China (Taiwan) > Red China.
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Does anyone know how many devices this router can accommodate? I have over 15 devices, and my Orbi Netgear can only operate normally under 10 devices.
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Seems to cover my 3600 sqft house just fine. I have just one room I don't get 5ghz bands in though.
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Quote from jeezlouise :
How is the 88U? I'm debating between this and the 88U. Are you using Merlin firmware? How does the range compare between the two routers?
I have zero issues with the ax88u with latest mesh Asus firmware and an AX86u as a node.
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Does anyone know how many devices this router can accommodate? I have over 15 devices, and my Orbi Netgear can only operate normally under 10 devices.
When I tested this unit I had over 55 clients (wired and wireless combined).
I did experience client drops and reconnects, particular on Ring doorbell (not a Ring anomaly or signal issue).
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I saw one comment stating this doesn't support 1GB speeds. Is this true?
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I got one. Covers 3,000 ft home just fine. Huge improvement over the Nighthawk R7900P (also Costco) both in terms of speed and coverage. About 30 devices connected, including a home server. No issues so far.

Edit. Also have fiber 1g up/down and seems to handle it fine. WiFi speeds range depending on distance, device, walls, etc. WiFi 6 decides see massive improvement. Older decides still dependent on whatever is the weakest link.
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My house is 2k sqft, single floor. Coverage is pretty good. We have the router in the center of the home.

This thing is huge. about the size of a mini chromebook. super thick
Just another data point for those interested. My house is 3k sqft and I put this in the center. We get great wireless coverage all around the house and around the outside perimeter. No dead zones.
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Anyone have thoughts on the Archer GX90 in comparison to this? Know it's slower at AX6600 but GX90 just came out and seems to have received excellent reviews out of the gate, while this AX11000 model is going on a year old, got meh reviews and still seems problematic for some users. With only $10 difference hard not to go with the AX11000, but is $10 saved if this is a better-built router.

https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Wi...B08TGKX9MT
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Quote from greenblues :
While the box is hardware version 1.6 it's actually the old 1.0 version with a sticker over it

The 1.6 version has more memory from what I understand and the faster processor

Can somebody share what the differences between the 1.1 and 1.6 are
Mine says it's ver 1.26?
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Mine says it's ver 1.26?
Cross Check the sticker on the box and then go to the website and look at the firmware download

Then log into the web page of your router and look at the hardware version there.

I exchanged mine to get version 1.6 and it's much faster/stable.
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