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Belkin Dual Band AX3200 Wifi 6 Router EXPIRED

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Walmart has Belkin Dual Band AX3200 Wifi 6 Router (RT3200) for $59. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Enhanced WiFi speeds up to 3.2 Gbps
  • Dual wireless bands for double the bandwidth
  • WiFi router can handle 25+ devices
  • Covers up to 2,000 square feet
  • Include WPA3 security, guest access, and parental controls
  • Automatic firmware updates
  • Easy, browser-based setup
  • Pair with a Belkin WiFi Extender to extend WiFi range

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If you install OpenWRT
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Awesome deal! Same CPU as the Ubiquity UniFi 6 LR.
One of the few AX routers supported by OpenWrt. It has a bit of a learning curve, but it will give you more options than the stock firmware

Here's the OpenWrt installer for this device [github.com]
Use code WOWFRESH for another $10 off!
Open-source, third-party firmware that usually offers more features and control over your device and usually has longer-term support than the manufacturer provides.

It's entirely optional, though, and many people won't want to deal with it. The stock firmware is basic, but will do everything the vast majority of users will want or need. I'm still running stock, in fact.

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I have this router and it's actually pretty good. It's identical to the Linksys E8450 and OpenWRT is mostly functional for it.

I got it at $69 and at $59 I'm tempted to replace both my parents' and in-laws' routers with it.
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I have this router and it's actually pretty good. It's identical to the Linksys E8450 and OpenWRT is mostly functional for it.

I got it at $69 and at $59 I'm tempted to replace both my parents' and in-laws' routers with it.
what is OpenWRT?
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what is OpenWRT?
Open-source, third-party firmware that usually offers more features and control over your device and usually has longer-term support than the manufacturer provides.

It's entirely optional, though, and many people won't want to deal with it. The stock firmware is basic, but will do everything the vast majority of users will want or need. I'm still running stock, in fact.
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Open-source, third-party firmware that usually offers more features and control over your device and usually has longer-term support than the manufacturer provides.

It's entirely optional, though, and many people won't want to deal with it. The stock firmware is basic, but will do everything the vast majority of users will want or need. I'm still running stock, in fact.
i have a question for you. when someone comments on your post on slickdeals how do you get notifications or alerts sent to you?
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Awesome deal! Same CPU as the Ubiquity UniFi 6 LR.
One of the few AX routers supported by OpenWrt. It has a bit of a learning curve, but it will give you more options than the stock firmware

Here's the OpenWrt installer for this device [github.com]
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Awesome deal! Same CPU as the Ubiquity UniFi 6 LR.
One of the few AX routers supported by OpenWrt. It has a bit of a learning curve, but it will give you more options than the stock firmware

Here's the OpenWrt installer for this device [github.com]
FWIW, I have 3 of these and OpenWRT works okay but no AX.
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Use code WOWFRESH for another $10 off!
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Use code WOWFRESH for another $10 off!
Doesn't work. Says "Please add $50 more in items to use this promo (excludes alcohol)" -- I added a grocery item for an additional $12 and still didn't work.
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Doesn't work. Says "Please add $50 more in items to use this promo (excludes alcohol)" -- I added a grocery item for an additional $12 and still didn't work.
Worked for me in the app and being signed into account
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Use code WOWFRESH for another $10 off!
says 'You are not eligible for this promo' both on app and browser. any special conditions ?
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I would take the used Asus T-mobile router for < $30 all day long over anything with Belkin name on it.
reasons?
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The performance of this router is fantastic and the latest manufacturer's firmware supports EasyMesh. I have two of them in the EasyMesh mode and they work pretty well, real throughput is about 600Mbps ~6 feet away and 200Mbps minimum in the furthest corner of the house (~50 feet away from the AP indoors with walls and ceilings).

The only issue is the simplistic UI. There are not much things you can tweak. But if you just want a robust AP that support 802.11ax, this is for you.
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