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2-Pack Asus RT-AX92U AX6100 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router w/ 802.11Ax EXPIRED

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Newegg has 2-Pack Asus RT-AX92U AX6100 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router w/ 802.11Ax on sale for $249.99 - $20 off w/ promo code ASPT2323 (apply in cart) = $229.99. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • The most powerful mesh system - AiMesh technology allows you to establish an even stronger Wi-Fi system with 802.11ax technology as wireless backhaul to transmit data between two RT-AX92U, ensuring the most stable possible Wi-Fi for connected devices.
  • AX technology - With OFDMA and MU-MIMO, AiMesh AX6100 Wi-Fi System enables more efficient, stable, and faster transmission even when multiple devices are transmitting data at the same time.
  • Flexible Wi-Fi for connected devices - AiMesh AX6100 Wi-Fi System comes with 802.11n, ac and ax bands, which provides channels for all kinds of devices, including legacy or cutting-edge devices.
  • Commercial-grade network security for family - AiProtection Pro protects all the connected devices on your home network and advanced parental controls allow you to manage the family's internet usage.
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Newegg offers ASUS [newegg.com] RT-AX92U (2 Pack) AX6100 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Mesh Router for $229.99 + Free Shipping w/ code ASPT2323
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Yeah...I've checked amazon a few times already for a pricematch.
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Awesome deal! Just what I need. I plan on moving and leaving behind my network closet.
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I have old coaxial cables all along the home. How well would moca work to backhaul?
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Quote from Piotr :
Want to know the same.
Anyone with experience - please chime in.
Tplink for the minimalist, set it and forget it mentality. DHCP, no need for home vpn, etc. Cloud focused, access from Tplink account. Some features are locked behind a paywall. Not much of a backend (browser access).

Asus for power users and advanced features built-in. OpenVpn, custom ddns, let's encrypt, static ips, tunabilty, overclocking, print servers, usb drive network shares, ssh, etc. If you like to tinker, go with Asus.
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Quote from Slim_Slicker :
I have old coaxial cables all along the home. How well would moca work to backhaul?
I do exactly this and it works great.

My config is a handful of posts up.
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Quote from Slim_Slicker :
I have old coaxial cables all along the home. How well would moca work to backhaul?
MoCA works great. I've got a 3 router AiMesh system working on MoCA right now
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just paid 249.99 last week from Amazon...
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anyone here able to create 2.5ghz guest network unlimited time, no wan access for loT.? Mine loT lost connection after an hour... still doest work
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As others said, if you don't care about WiFi 6 when using these in a wireless mesh setup, they are great. I installed a pair in my in-law's two story house over the summer, removing their awful Linksys WRT1200AC, one downstairs, one wireless Mesh upstairs — full bandwidth throughout their house now. Asus interface is similar to their other routers, no Merlin support as others pointed out.
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I don't buy ASUS anymore. My wireless network would constantly die on the 68u and on the AX3000. I then got a pfSense box and a TPLink EAP650 access point. My range, speed are much better and i don't experience any drops and now i have full control over vlans.... Although this isn't a plug and play solution so there's that
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Quote from Slim_Slicker :
I have old coaxial cables all along the home. How well would moca work to backhaul?
I have MOCA setup around my house and the back haul works great with other ASUS mesh routers.
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I do exactly this and it works great.

My config is a handful of posts up.
Which moca adapter did you buy? I'm thinking of going to my cable box, drilling a hole into my garage and then tying my modem and current ASUS router directly to the line from my street.

Then there I can moca to two of these to opposite corner of my house.
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Which moca adapter did you buy? I'm thinking of going to my cable box, drilling a hole into my garage and then tying my modem and current ASUS router directly to the line from my street.

Then there I can moca to two of these to opposite corner of my house.
This model.

https://www.motorola.com/us/mm1025/p

I've got three of them. One in my Livingroom (that takes a feed from the Ethernet wall run from my basement), one in my "office" on the top floor, and one in our bedroom.

I have a NAS in the basement and can play 60 GB MKV movie files off it at our upstairs bedroom setup.

I've done speed tests on my computer (office) or Nvidia Shield (bedroom) and I'm saturating my 600 MB Comcast connection.
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just paid 249.99 last week from Amazon...
It's worth the peace of mind IMO. Newegg has a pretty bad reputation these days.
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Quote from sumthin_gud :
It's worth the peace of mind IMO. Newegg has a pretty bad reputation these days.
what happen to Newegg?
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