Linksys EA6300 AC1200 Dual Band Router £49.99 @ PCWorld - HotUKDeals
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Linksys EA6300 AC1200 Dual Band Router £49.99 @ PCWorld

£49.99 @ PC World
Decent spec router for Under £50 Type Smart router Model EA6300 Rating AC1200 WiFi standards IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications a,b,g,n, draft AC Network ports Gigabit Ethernet x 4 PERFORMAN…
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Decent spec router for Under £50

Type Smart router
Model EA6300
Rating AC1200
WiFi standards IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications a,b,g,n, draft AC
Network ports Gigabit Ethernet x 4
PERFORMANCE
Transfer rate 1200 Mbps
Routing protocol RIP, RIPv2, Static routing ,NAT , TCP, Ipv4 and Ipv6
Band Dual band: 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz
Antennas 4
Firewall WPA2-Personal, WPA2-Enterprise, RADIUS
Parental control Yes
Other security features IPv6 ready to help you future proof your network
FEATURES
USB ports USB 3.0 x 1
LED indicators - Front light white - powered
- Amber - connection
- Blue - WPS activity
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#1
Posted a couple of days ago.
#2
anyone have this? and is it any good?
#3
Would this be a good and affordable replacement for the crap Technicolor router Plusnet supplied. On standard broadband rather than fibre. Good download speeds but really diminishes if too far away.
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JohnnyUtah
Would this be a good and affordable replacement for the crap Technicolor router Plusnet supplied. On standard broadband rather than fibre. Good download speeds but really diminishes if too far away.

Nope...this isn't a DSL router so has no Modem. only suotable for fibre if used with a fibre modem or Cable Broadband using the Virgin router in modem mode.
#5
Apparently had all sorts of issues but would be nice if you could install DD-WRT on it Tomato but couldn't find any support for it.

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