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Netgear Nighthawk AX4 Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Wireless 4-Stream Router EXPIRED

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Walmart has Netgear Nighthawk AX4 Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Wireless 4-Stream Router (RAX35-100NAS) on sale for $49. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • 1,500 square feet of WiFi 6 coverage
  • Connect 40 plus devices at once
  • 3 Gbps WiFi speeds for buffer-free 4K streaming on all your devices
  • Number of ethernet ports: five (5) 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit ethernet ports (1 WAN & 4 LAN)
  • Processor: dual-core processor
  • Security: standards-based WiFi security (802.11i, 128-bit AES encryption with PSK)
  • Automatic firmware update delivers latest security patches to the router
  • Guest network access-separate & secure
  • VPN support - secure access to your home network away from home

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Walmart has NETGEAR Nighthawk AX3000 WiFi 6 Router (RAX35) for $49.00 (regular $149)

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Last Edited by SpinControl August 14, 2022 at 06:16 AM
I received RAX35 VERSION 2
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JohnnyQuest007 asked this question on 08-07-2022 at 06:46 PM
08-07-2022 at 10:51 PM
Yes
08-25-2022 at 05:07 PM
Yes. This is the newer Wi-Fi 6. Also known as a x. You have the Wi-Fi 5 which is also known as AC. Wi-Fi 6 will give you higher throughput and can handle more devices and also is better on battery life for your mobile devices. You'll probably not notice the speed difference on your mobile phone using the home Wi-Fi but you will notice the difference if you're streaming a movie on home Wi-Fi because of the movie will start faster or the YouTube video will start faster. If you're streaming devices at your house are using hardwired ethernet cords then you're not going to feel or see any improvement of speed.
rocstar asked this question on 08-08-2022 at 12:32 PM
08-08-2022 at 12:32 PM
any 2 routers can use as bridge or extender
SociableScent1572 asked this question on 08-09-2022 at 10:10 AM
08-25-2022 at 12:52 PM
DD-WRT doesn’t support it:
https://dd-wrt.com/support/router-database/
bobthealien78 asked this question on 08-07-2022 at 06:57 AM
08-25-2022 at 06:32 PM
no
patgwashere asked this question on 08-08-2022 at 10:25 AM
ck128 asked this question on 08-12-2022 at 03:24 PM

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This $49 router is too weak for your case. I recommend another $229 deal with 2 Asus AX6100 tri-band mesh routers. Put router 1 in the center of your main house to cover about 2000ft. Put router 2 in your studio as close to the main house as possible. They will connect via the 5GHz band 3 at up to 877Mbps. Applause

https://slickdeals.net/f/15957550-asus-rt-ax92u-2-pack-ax6100-tri-band-wi-fi-6-gaming-mesh-router-for-229-99-free-shipping?src=frontpage

Setup 2.4GHz band 1 for your guest users and slow devices like printer, thermostat, and security system. Setup 5Ghz band 2 for your high-speed devices like laptop, phone, tablet, and Roku. Plug your gaming and VR gear directly into the Gigabit Ethernet on router 1 or 2. Enjoy your new network. Peace
Sold for $33 on Amazon and got bad reviews…

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Solid router. Zero issues in the last 6mo with Xfinity 800Mbs
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How is the range on this? I had a previous gen wifi 5 nighthawk and it was great for the most part but wanted something with a bit more range so went with tp-link deco mesh and dont really like it. Feels like it drops signal periodically for no reason and range isnt great for a pod system. Considering going back to nighthawk.
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Curious how well it performs with only two antennas vs the plethora of antennas some have.
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Sold for $33 on Amazon and got bad reviews…
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Sold for $33 on Amazon and got bad reviews…

Thats the renewed/used one


https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-Ni...C78&sr=8-8
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How is it compared to the WAX202 which is selling at 29.99 on amazon ? RAX35 seems to have faster AX speed but a slower processor
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Solid router. Zero issues in the last 6mo with Xfinity 800Mbs
How many USB ports and what type?
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Buyers beware. The router itself is amazing and especially at this price. My only gripe is the buggy app with iOS. If you wish to use the many features such as enabling devices or changing your password, the app will lock you out of the router resulting in you having to hard reset the router to factory defaults. Absolute pain in the rear. Netgear's only solution is to not use FaceiD for the apps password.
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Sorry for long comment.

I have Google WiFi which seems to be 10mbit over wired and like 500k over wireless. I have 1g fiber at the new house but has a detached studio. It's a rental so I am not going to bury a cat6 line underground or anything. I need the studio to use WiFi6 for VR stuff. If I have two pucks in the house and one in the studio, it seems the wireless tx speed is capped at half or less but it says wired is much higher. So does that mean wired from any puck or just the one physically connected to the fiber modem ( I know it's not technically a modem)? If so, can I connect one of these to the puck /wifi mesh node in the studio so I can get gigabit speeds in there and use Wi-Fi 6. For my specific VR hardware? Or am I going to have to bite the bullet and find a much more powerful Wi-Fi mesh? But does 1 gig or higher wirelessly?

I'd say the studio is a good 40 ft away with many walls and some shit in between the two physical buildings.

Thanks in advance and good luck to anyone who can decipher my question and has the bravery to answer. May the odds be in your favor.
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Quote from AdamA8790 :
Sorry for long comment.

I have Google WiFi which seems to be 10mbit over wired and like 500k over wireless. I have 1g fiber at the new house but has a detached studio. It's a rental so I am not going to bury a cat6 line underground or anything. I need the studio to use WiFi6 for VR stuff. If I have two pucks in the house and one in the studio, it seems the wireless tx speed is capped at half or less but it says wired is much higher. So does that mean wired from any puck or just the one physically connected to the fiber modem ( I know it's not technically a modem)? If so, can I connect one of these to the puck /wifi mesh node in the studio so I can get gigabit speeds in there and use Wi-Fi 6. For my specific VR hardware? Or am I going to have to bite the bullet and find a much more powerful Wi-Fi mesh? But does 1 gig or higher wirelessly?

I'd say the studio is a good 40 ft away with many walls and some shit in between the two physical buildings.

Thanks in advance and good luck to anyone who can decipher my question and has the bravery to answer. May the odds be in your favor.
what's the wifi signal strength in the place you need high speed? -80db? -70db? -50...

you can get highest speeds with 5ghz 80mhz wide band but that reduces range...need a good antenna.

interference another factor...is it a busy, populated area?

40ft cable from rooftop not possible? that's the cheapest best way by far. You can do 100ft on cat5e and still get 1Gb LAN.

throwing money at a premade mesh won't magically overcome signal and interference issues.
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Sorry for long comment.

I have Google WiFi which seems to be 10mbit over wired and like 500k over wireless. I have 1g fiber at the new house but has a detached studio. It's a rental so I am not going to bury a cat6 line underground or anything. I need the studio to use WiFi6 for VR stuff. If I have two pucks in the house and one in the studio, it seems the wireless tx speed is capped at half or less but it says wired is much higher. So does that mean wired from any puck or just the one physically connected to the fiber modem ( I know it's not technically a modem)? If so, can I connect one of these to the puck /wifi mesh node in the studio so I can get gigabit speeds in there and use Wi-Fi 6. For my specific VR hardware? Or am I going to have to bite the bullet and find a much more powerful Wi-Fi mesh? But does 1 gig or higher wirelessly?

I'd say the studio is a good 40 ft away with many walls and some shit in between the two physical buildings.

Thanks in advance and good luck to anyone who can decipher my question and has the bravery to answer. May the odds be in your favor.
This $49 router is too weak for your case. I recommend another $229 deal with 2 Asus AX6100 tri-band mesh routers. Put router 1 in the center of your main house to cover about 2000ft. Put router 2 in your studio as close to the main house as possible. They will connect via the 5GHz band 3 at up to 877Mbps. Applause

https://slickdeals.net/f/15957550-asus-rt-ax92u-2-pack-ax6100-tri-band-wi-fi-6-gaming-mesh-router-for-229-99-free-shipping?src=frontpage

Setup 2.4GHz band 1 for your guest users and slow devices like printer, thermostat, and security system. Setup 5Ghz band 2 for your high-speed devices like laptop, phone, tablet, and Roku. Plug your gaming and VR gear directly into the Gigabit Ethernet on router 1 or 2. Enjoy your new network. Peace
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what's the wifi signal strength in the place you need high speed? -80db? -70db? -50...

you can get highest speeds with 5ghz 80mhz wide band but that reduces range...need a good antenna.

interference another factor...is it a busy, populated area?

40ft cable from rooftop not possible? that's the cheapest best way by far. You can do 100ft on cat5e and still get 1Gb LAN.

throwing money at a premade mesh won't magically overcome signal and interference issues.
Cable on roof is a great idea! But the setup would be: fiber box wired to 1st puck in office, unwired 2nd puck in living room with nothing external plugges in, 40 ft cat5e/6 from 1st puck or directly from fiber modem across the yard to studio, and finally a 1g+ speed WiFi6 router coming off that end in the studio while also having 3rd puck as a bonus AP in the studio as well?
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