wow thanks alot now im shopping for the ax92u ;( my router was working fine before but i guess my mom does need a new one so i can give her my old one right? hahaha grrThere are reviews to be had if you know where to look.
what are you doing with this 10gbit network dream of yours? upgrade a 1gbit port to a 2.5gbit? sounds crazy crazy crazy. Do you have SSD's in your NAS? Constantly transferring large files? i dont get itI'm waiting to purchase an AX router, until they start coming with 2.5GbE or better WAN and at least one LAN port of faster-than-1GbE too.
Not going to spend $400 on a new router, just for wifi that can't even be taken full advantage of. (6Gbit/sec wifi, with 1Gbit/sec wired??? No thanks. To say nothing about faster-than-1Gbit internet connections in possibly less than a year.)
I'm hopeful, that at least the models with a USB3.0 port on them (looking at you, Asus/Asustor), would add support in their Linux-based firmware, for 2.5GbE USB3.0 RealTek ethernet dongles. Of which, Asus (Through Asustor) makes for their Asustor NAS lineup. Wouldn't it be grand, if you could "upgrade", either the LAN or WAN port of their routers, too, to 2.5GbE using a dongle? (Start with the AC68U family routers for support, please!)
Best Answer.My routers have nothing wireless. Access points are separate devices.
My wireless clients are barely AC-capable. If a client can be wired, it will.
If I had need for AX (due to clients) and there were such access points (e.g. from UBNT), then yes. Until then, no.
Can you tell me the name of your replacement?I just swapped out our Linksys 3 node Velop setup for the 2 node AX ones. Coverage and speed are more consistent throughout the house. At the furthest extents of the house, both my laptop and phone can get over 500Mbps and when in the same room close to 900Mbps. I think it was worth it as we have over 100 wifi devices in our house and a growing number of AX capable ones.
100 wifi devices? wowzers...I just swapped out our Linksys 3 node Velop setup for the 2 node AX ones. Coverage and speed are more consistent throughout the house. At the furthest extents of the house, both my laptop and phone can get over 500Mbps and when in the same room close to 900Mbps. I think it was worth it as we have over 100 wifi devices in our house and a growing number of AX capable ones.
Can you tell me the name of your replacement?
Pretty easy with home automation, tablets, cameras, phones, tvs and media devices. Between games consoles alone, that chews up 8 connections (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, XB1, Wii U, Switch, 3DS and Vita).100 wifi devices? wowzers...
Thanks! I knew that it wasn’t going to be cheap, but to quote ch33zw1z, wowzers!
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