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ASUS AC1900 WiFi Router (RT-AC67P) - Dual Band Wireless Internet Router, Easy Setup, VPN, Parental Control, AiRadar Beamforming Technology $49.99

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  • Wireless StandardIEEE 802.11a / IEEE 802.11ac / IEEE 802.11b / IEEE 802.11g / IEEE 802.11n
  • WPA 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WPA-Enterprise , WPA2-Enterprise , WPS support
  • WAN Ports 1 x 10/100/1000M
  • LAN Ports 4 x 10/100/1000M
  • LEDs 1 x Power
  • 4 x LAN
  • 1 x WAN
  • 1 x 2.4G
  • 1 x 5G
  • ButtonsWPS Button, Reset Button, Power Button
  • Wireless Data RatesAC1900 / Up to 1.9Gbps
  • Frequency Band 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz
  • Antenna 3 x External Antenna
  • Operation ModeAccess Point Mode / Media Bridge Mode / Range Extender Mode / Wireless Router Mode
  • InterfaceUSB 3.0
  • VPN supportVPN server: PPTP Server, OpenVPN Server
  • VPN client: PPTP client, L2TP client, OpenVPN client
  • Power AdapterAC Input: 110V~240V(50~60Hz)
  • DC Output: 12 V with max. 1.5 A current
  • DC Output: V with max. A current
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Looks good, any one has a better router close to this price range?
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This may not be Merlin compatible, if that is an issue for you. And despite the claims otherwise, the TM-AC1900 router is Merlin compatible.
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Still using th tmobile stock on mine.
Been thinking of upgrading to a more powerful router though.
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+ $5 off w/ promo code MBLBSA624 w/ mobile checkout, limited offer
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Quote from MadPup :
This may not be Merlin compatible, if that is an issue for you. And despite the claims otherwise, the TM-AC1900 router is Merlin compatible.
Agreed

AC1900 for $37.44 on the last SD is a brute with Merlin, addding a second for ether extension and wireless coverage was painless.
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Quote from warezdog :
Agreed

AC1900 for $37.44 on the last SD is a brute with Merlin, addding a second for ether extension and wireless coverage was painless.
Yup. Currently $35 on eBay with10% discount for multiple.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/284337082024

https://slickdeals.net/f/15692518
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67p is a revised 68u with a slightly faster (clock) main a9 processor.

The only real downside is slightly lower power output on unii-3, but I'd imagine individual tolerances can sway it either way.
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Quote from MadPup :
Yup. Currently $35 on eBay with10% discount for multiple.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/284337082024

https://slickdeals.net/f/15692518
Almost making me pick up a 3rd as a spare for that price!

Seriously with Merlin these "cell spots" are a fantastic deal with features that rival routers selling for 3-4x the price.

Merlin is so easy to install, much easier than say tomato or DDWRT. Although some may like the latter with configurations left to your imagination the Merlin interface is a walk in the park for most to configure.
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Quote from Jsz0301 :
67u is a revised 68u with a slightly faster (clock) main a9 processor.
What is a 67P?
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Quote from MadPup :
What is a 67P?
I meant 67p sorry. 1ghz vs 800mhz
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I currently have two ac68u, one that is newer and one that is very old. The newer one is the main router and seems to be fine. The older one is a wired node, broadcasting it's own wifi networks but seems to have trouble in some spots with my phone (though static devices like Nest cam and Roku seem fine).

I am considering replacing that older ac68u. Which option would be best?

This 67p?

The T Mobile ac68u off eBay?

What about the newer ax1800s in a different thread? It's $20 more than this 67p but its wifi 6... wouldn't that be a better deal?
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no aimesh on this one right?
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Thanks. bought one of these in 2016 & the wireless part just crapped out one me. Perfect timing & about 1/3 original price.
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I've got 3 of the T-Mobile routers. Modded to the newest ASUS firmware and run one with the other two as AiMesh nodes. I'd love any suggestions on configuration for the best performance. Does Merlin provide better results with AiMesh?
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