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to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends
to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends
to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends
to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends
to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends
to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends

to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000-100NAS) - AC1900 Wireless Speed ​​(Up to 1900 Mbps) | Up to 1800 Sq Ft Coverage & 30 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 2 USB Ports | Armor security gifts for friends

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      I'll start to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 off with the good and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the reason to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 that to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 initially to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 bought it - it has to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 six antennas that you can adjust to improve coverage and the penetration through walls in a house is to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 excellent with even good bandwidth 120 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 feet outside to my pagoda.But the good stops there. The UI is to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 fairly basic with not a lot of advanced options to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to be tweaked or set. Acting as a router to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 it will always proxy DNS so while you can technically use another to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 DNS to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 server, observability into which device on your network the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 request is coming from will always be the Nighthawk IP to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 address. This is frustrating when using a DNS sinkhole like PiHole. to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 You to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 also cannot set to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 any DNS option for your to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 clients.The latest firmwares have also caused havoc on my to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 network with multiple to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 issues that are clearly to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 documented in the forums to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 with no response or fixes to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 from Netgear. Then, if to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 a to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 firmware causes issues, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Netgear won't even provide support to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 after to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 3 months to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 of ownership.The other limitation that I ran into was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 around a 50 device to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 total across all spectrums, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 2 X to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 5 Ghz and 1 x to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 2.4 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Ghz. I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 have around 65 WiFi to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 devices ranging over phones, tablets, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 TV's, Alexa as well as numerous smart light switches and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 IoT to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 devices and never more to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 than 52 could connect at to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 one time with connectivity sort of cycling around them. to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 This caused to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 disconnects on streaming to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 on TV's so to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 had to offload the IoT into another WiFi router.On to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 a to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 $100 box to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 might expect these sort of limitations but not on a device costing more than to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 $200.4 x to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 1 gigabit Ethernet ports ; 1 x 3.0 and 1 x 2.0 USB portsWe've been to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 having terrible Internet to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 connections with our Spectrum for to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 about a year and it only to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 got really to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 bad this last week.......we're supposed to be getting to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 "up to" 200 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Mbps but to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 have to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 never gotten that.....we used to get around 118 Mbps, until early last year (2020) to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 when it dropped to an to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 average to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 of to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 70 Mbps and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 never went much higher than that, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 often being even to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 lower.We tolerated the slow speed all this time to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 because it was still to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 faster than our to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 DSL, which by comparison, is practically dial-up (.6 to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 1.1 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Mbps)......whenever Spectrum loses its connection, we to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 have to switch over to the DSL which is really only to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 good for two people doing a little to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 surfing to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and email.....NO streaming, NO video conferencing, etc.This past week to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 (July 2021) our Spectrum connection to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 has been constantly disconnecting on top of the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 slow speeds................all I could get out of Spectrum to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 is that our area is experiencing "outages" but they to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 "are working on the issue".......there was no reason given for to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the problems.I had to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 already been thinking about upgrading our to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 10-year to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 old Cisco/Linksys to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 D3000 router and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 replacing the Spectrum issued modem, so in addition to an Arris SB6190 Surfboard modem, I got this NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R6900P) - to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 AC1900 Wireless Speed router...............I figured to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I would see if they could possibly improve to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 our Internet connection in the slightest, at least with the speed.......since to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the "outage" problem was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 with Spectrum.I just to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 installed both over the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 last two to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 days, installing the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Surfboard SB6190 modem to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 first........our to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Internet Speed doubled....to around 151 Mbps, which I thought to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 was great!However, the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 next day (yesterday) after to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 swapping the Linksys to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 E3000 router with to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the NETGEAR to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 R6900P, we to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 had instant improvement of our to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Internet speed, above what improvement I saw with the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 modem the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 day to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 before.......by almost 4x to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 what we were getting to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 over to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the last year!No joke, we went from about 70 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Mbps (right before I swapped the modems and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 over a year before to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 that) to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to an average to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 of 240 Mbps......I've been checking it often for the last 24 hours......I'm still shocked at the speeds to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I'm seeing.Of course, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I can't help wonder if there to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 some miracle at Spectrum that happened that dramatically to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 increased our Internet speed to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 at the exact to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 same time to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 that I changed to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 router, especially since to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 we're still to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 experiencing off and on disconnects.The only thing I can think of that could be increasing to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 our to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Internet speed is to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 that I have this Nighthawk set to WPA2/PSK AES security to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and I may to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 have had our 10-year to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 old Linksys E3000 set to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 use both to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 WPA/PSK TKIP to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 & AES, which could to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 result in slower speeds (because to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 of to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the TKIP), to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 but I'll need to see to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 if I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 had saved any of the previous settings for reference to confirm.BTW, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 it was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 super easy to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to swap the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 routers, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I just copied all of our same passkey & router name info, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 including to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 No SSID Broadcasting as I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 always to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 set previous routers, all of which was an option in the Setup process, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 make the transition smooth to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 for all of our connected devices, including the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Ring doorbell & NETGEAR Extender downstairs and it went very well! (I always disable SSID Broadcasting for added security......it to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 does NOT prevent to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 devices from connecting wirelessly if the correct SSID to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 & to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 passkey is entered and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 saved on to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the device.....by disabling the SSID Broadcast, our neighbors can't see our to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 router's to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 name or that it even exists).In fact, the NETGEAR NightHawk R6900P is to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 using both to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 2.4GHz & to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 5GHz simultaneously, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 something that our Linksys to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 E3000 was supposed to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to do, but never really to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 did (I to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 could tell on the admin screen for the E3000 that it was always broadcasting 5G, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 which to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 it to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 should still do, if even no devices are connecting through to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 it).The to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 only small issue is with logging into the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 router's settings, all to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 of my previous routers over the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 last 20+ years, I've been able to assign the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 router's User Name and Password, but with the NightHawk, I can to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 only change to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the router's password, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 you cannot change the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 User Name from "admin", which seems odd to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 me.Otherwise, as of installing this router 24 hours to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 ago, I'm to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 completely impressed, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 however, if to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 anything changes, I will update my review.Note: in one of the two to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 photos, you'll see the fourth LED from the right to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 is orange/amber......that was indicating that one to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 of the PCs I have hooked up to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to the router via ethernet was at 100Mbps to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 vs to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 1000Mbps or to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 gigabit......that PC was not powered on to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 hadn't to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 been since installing the to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Nighthawk, but as soon as I powered it up, it went to white.This has been the absolute best ever. I am not having any problem now with getting or to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 keeping a signal. I need the confidence it takes to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 never lose to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 a signal to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 this gives to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 it to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to me. to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Super easy to set up and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the customer service was amazing to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and great to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to work with. I am a to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 happy to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 satisfied customer.NETGEAR Armor protects to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 your family's WiFi with an automatic shield of security across all your connected devices with a 30-day free trial to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 After my two-in-one to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 modem/router gave up to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 on me after seven years, I thought it was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 high time for an upgraded to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 router. Thanks to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 recommendations from to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 my family, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 friends, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and coworkers, I selected from to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the NETGEAR to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 brand that fell to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 in line with Spectrum, my service to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 provider.Based to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 on my experience for to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the week that to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 I've to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 had it, my internet connection has to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 been superb. I would recommend not putting to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 it to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 in to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 an enclosed to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 space to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 with metal to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 fixtures on to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 the back, like an entertainment center, to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 and to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to keep it to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 away to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 from to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 pets to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 that would use the antennas for a to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 chew to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 toy. The to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 device itself was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 super easy to install despite my initial confusion with the Nighthawk app they to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 recommended for faster set up. It to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 actually took longer sadly. Tech to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Support was a huge help in resolve my other issues too.Fast to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 wifi performance: to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Get up to 1800 square to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 feet wireless coverage with AC1900 speed (Dual band up to to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 600 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 + 1300 Mbps)Recommended for to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 up to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to 30 devices: Reliably stream videos, play games, surf the internet, and connect smart home devicesNETGEAR Smart Parental to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Controls promotes healthy Internet habits, fosters responsibility and builds trust with to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 your kids (30-day to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 free trial included)I was looking for one that was affordable to replace my 10 to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 year old Linksys router. I switched to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 to streaming so I needed something to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 that was to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 capable to handle that. to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 The set up was pretty easy and so far no complaints!Loaded with advanced technology: Designed with a 1GHz dual core to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 processor, 3 amplified antennas, Beamforming+, Dynamic QoS, Smart to kill a mockingbird page 174 line 8 Connect, Amazon Alexa Voice Controls, and more


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Buyer's experience:


      1: We've been having terrible Internet connections with our Spectrum for about a year and it only got really bad this last week.......we're supposed to be getting "up to" 200 Mbps but have never gotten that.....we used to get around 118 Mbps, until early last year (2020) when it dropped to an average of 70 Mbps and never went much higher than that, often being even lower.We tolerated the slow speed all this time because it was still faster than our DSL, which by comparison, is practically dial-up (.6 to 1.1 Mbps)......whenever Spectrum loses its connection, we have to switch over to the DSL which is really only good for two people doing a little surfing and email.....NO streaming, NO video conferencing, etc.This past week (July 2021) our Spectrum connection has been constantly disconnecting on top of the slow speeds................all I could get out of Spectrum is that our area is experiencing "outages" but they "are working on the issue".......there was no reason given for the problems.I had already been thinking about upgrading our 10-year old Cisco/Linksys D3000 router and replacing the Spectrum issued modem, so in addition to an Arris SB6190 Surfboard modem, I got this NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart Wi-Fi Router (R6900P) - AC1900 Wireless Speed router...............I figured I would see if they could possibly improve our Internet connection in the slightest, at least with the speed.......since the "outage" problem was with Spectrum.I just installed both over the last two days, installing the Surfboard SB6190 modem first........our Internet Speed doubled....to around 151 Mbps, which I thought was great!However, the next day (yesterday) after swapping the Linksys E3000 router with the NETGEAR R6900P, we had instant improvement of our Internet speed, above what improvement I saw with the modem the day before.......by almost 4x what we were getting over the last year!No joke, we went from about 70 Mbps (right before I swapped the modems and over a year before that) to an average of 240 Mbps......I've been checking it often for the last 24 hours......I'm still shocked at the speeds I'm seeing.Of course, I can't help wonder if there was some miracle at Spectrum that happened that dramatically increased our Internet speed at the exact same time that I changed the router, especially since we're still experiencing off and on disconnects.The only thing I can think of that could be increasing our Internet speed is that I have this Nighthawk set to WPA2/PSK AES security and I may have had our 10-year old Linksys E3000 set to use both WPA/PSK TKIP & AES, which could result in slower speeds (because of the TKIP), but I'll need to see if I had saved any of the previous settings for reference to confirm.BTW, it was super easy to swap the routers, I just copied all of our same passkey & router name info, including No SSID Broadcasting as I always set previous routers, all of which was an option in the Setup process, to make the transition smooth for all of our connected devices, including the Ring doorbell & NETGEAR Extender downstairs and it went very well! (I always disable SSID Broadcasting for added security......it does NOT prevent devices from connecting wirelessly if the correct SSID & passkey is entered and saved on the device.....by disabling the SSID Broadcast, our neighbors can't see our router's name or that it even exists).In fact, the NETGEAR NightHawk R6900P is using both 2.4GHz & 5GHz simultaneously, something that our Linksys E3000 was supposed to do, but never really did (I could tell on the admin screen for the E3000 that it was always broadcasting 5G, which it should still do, if even no devices are connecting through it).The only small issue is with logging into the router's settings, all of my previous routers over the last 20+ years, I've been able to assign the router's User Name and Password, but with the NightHawk, I can only change the router's password, you cannot change the User Name from "admin", which seems odd to me.Otherwise, as of installing this router 24 hours ago, I'm completely impressed, however, if anything changes, I will update my review.Note: in one of the two photos, you'll see the fourth LED from the right is orange/amber......that was indicating that one of the PCs I have hooked up to the router via ethernet was at 100Mbps vs 1000Mbps or gigabit......that PC was not powered on and hadn't been since installing the Nighthawk, but as soon as I powered it up, it went to white.


      2: I'll start off with the good and the reason that I initially bought it - it has six antennas that you can adjust to improve coverage and the penetration through walls in a house is excellent with even good bandwidth 120 feet outside to my pagoda.But the good stops there. The UI is fairly basic with not a lot of advanced options to be tweaked or set. Acting as a router it will always proxy DNS so while you can technically use another DNS server, observability into which device on your network the request is coming from will always be the Nighthawk IP address. This is frustrating when using a DNS sinkhole like PiHole. You also cannot set any DNS option for your clients.The latest firmwares have also caused havoc on my network with multiple issues that are clearly documented in the forums with no response or fixes from Netgear. Then, if a firmware causes issues, Netgear won't even provide support after 3 months of ownership.The other limitation that I ran into was around a 50 device total across all spectrums, 2 X 5 Ghz and 1 x 2.4 Ghz. I have around 65 WiFi devices ranging over phones, tablets, TV's, Alexa as well as numerous smart light switches and IoT devices and never more than 52 could connect at one time with connectivity sort of cycling around them. This caused disconnects on streaming on TV's so I had to offload the IoT into another WiFi router.On a $100 box I might expect these sort of limitations but not on a device costing more than $200.


      3: This has been the absolute best ever. I am not having any problem now with getting or keeping a signal. I need the confidence it takes to never lose a signal and this gives it to me. Super easy to set up and the customer service was amazing and great to work with. I am a happy satisfied customer.


      4: After my two-in-one modem/router gave up on me after seven years, I thought it was high time for an upgraded router. Thanks to recommendations from my family, friends, and coworkers, I selected from the NETGEAR brand that fell in line with Spectrum, my service provider.Based on my experience for the week that I've had it, my internet connection has been superb. I would recommend not putting it in an enclosed space with metal fixtures on the back, like an entertainment center, and to keep it away from pets that would use the antennas for a chew toy. The device itself was super easy to install despite my initial confusion with the Nighthawk app they recommended for faster set up. It actually took longer sadly. Tech Support was a huge help in resolve my other issues too.


      5: I was looking for one that was affordable to replace my 10 year old Linksys router. I switched to streaming so I needed something that was capable to handle that. The set up was pretty easy and so far no complaints!



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00