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Netgear R6400 AC1750 Gigabit 256MB DD-WRT (Used - Very Good) Amazon Warehouse £44.93

£44.93 @ Amazon
Strikes me as a great price for a fastish router supporting full fat DD-WRT (Kong Mod) or other firmwares. No issues I can see on the forum. 256GB RAM 128GB Flash 5 Gigabit Ethernet 1xUSB 3.0 1xUSB … Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Strikes me as a great price for a fastish router supporting full fat DD-WRT (Kong Mod) or other firmwares. No issues I can see on the forum.

256GB RAM 128GB Flash 5 Gigabit Ethernet 1xUSB 3.0 1xUSB 2.0

It's a Warehouse deal with a fair few left. Priced a bit higher on the link but 20% off on checkout due to the current offer.
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7 Likes #1
Wow 256GB of RAM hot!
1 Like #2
With all the Kodi comments on Sky deals you would think this site would be full of router and VPN deals.
1 Like #3
is this better than the bt hub 5. would this be more stable.
#4
Just ordered as hoping I can setup my printer on it with the USB so my wife can use her Chromebook to print directly to it.

And also the VPN side of it looks handy. ;)
#5
I got rid of a netgear router as it's constantly kept dropping signal and just would not connect to my printer wirelessly.... Bought a Asus one... Voila... Brilliant!!
#6
argh gone back up already
2 Likes #7
nosh10
is this better than the bt hub 5. would this be more stable.

Not a direct replacement as it can't plug into your phone line. Look here for ones that say ADSL in the description. Some good deals.
#8
ashrowe98
argh gone back up already

Still the same price. 20% gets deducted when you checkout.
2 Likes #9
nosh10
is this better than the bt hub 5. would this be more stable.
Yes very stable - had mine for a few months and not needed to reboot at all - this doesn't have a modem though so isn't a direct replacement for a BT HH5 unless you have a separate ADSL / VDSL modem.
1 Like #10
Can I plug this into my sky router and use it that way.
#11
Ulti
ashrowe98
argh gone back up already
Still the same price. 20% gets deducted when you checkout.
it's not come off for me :/
#12
gsusx
Can I plug this into my sky router and use it that way.


Should be able to.

Just plug this into one of the Ethernet network poets on the Sky router and might as well disable the wireless on the Sky one to save power and interference.
1 Like #13
gsusx
Can I plug this into my sky router and use it that way.

You will need the Netgear D7000, as it has a built in modem. I had nothing but problems with numerous Sky Hubs, but replacing it with the Netgear D7000 resolved all the issues and allowed me to configure the network to my liking.
#14
WessexUnderwater
nosh10
is this better than the bt hub 5. would this be more stable.
Not a direct replacement as it can't plug into your phone line. Look here for ones that say ADSL in the description. Some good deals.

I bought this but cancelled and went with the tp link vr900 for the inbuilt modem. V.nice so far....
#15
Would this be a noticeable upgrade to the Asus N66u.
It is running nicely at the moment but I sometimes struggle to stream 4k phone content to TV.
Would this help sort that out? This does seem to have a lot more throughout than the 900MB of the Asus.

Edited By: jh787 on May 06, 2017 15:39: Spelling correction
#16
Ross87
gsusx
Can I plug this into my sky router and use it that way.

You will need the Netgear D7000, as it has a built in modem. I had nothing but problems with numerous Sky Hubs, but replacing it with the Netgear D7000 resolved all the issues and allowed me to configure the network to my liking.


Cheers fellas.
#17
Ordered. Want VPN and to run blackhole. On virgin will Will i need set it up? What can kong mod do?
#18
booper
Ordered. Want VPN and to run blackhole. On virgin will Will i need set it up? What can kong mod do?
It's basically full ddwrt but considered well tested and stable

Features Included :-
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- Wireless Basic
- Wireless Security
- Wireless Guest Network
- Wireless Guest NetWrok Security
- USB Storage
- USB auto-mount Support (Single and multiple partition)
- File System (VFAT, Ext2, Ext3, NTFS)
- jffs2
- Firmware Upgrade
- Factory Reset
- Backup Settings
- Reset Button
- Wifi ON/OFF Button
- LED
- WAN Configurable in STATIC, DHCP ,PPPoE and PPTP mode
- Secure Shell (SSH, SCP)
- Telnet
- Remote WebGUI Management
- Remote Telnet Management
- Remote SSH Management
- VLANs
- Iptables
- Firewall
- PPTP VPN Server
- OpenVPN Client
- VPN Passthrough
- PPPoE Server
- DDNS
- SNMP
- Scheduled Reboot
- Boot Wait
- Syslog
- MAC Address Clone
- WOL
- Port Forrowarding
- Port Range Forrwarding
- DMZ
- UPnP
- miniDLNA
- Bandwidth Monitoring
- Qos
- FTP
- SAMBA3
- Zabbix Agent Client
- FreeRadius Server
- Bittorrent
- NoCatSplash
- Lighttpd
- VNC Repeater
- Ad-blocking

Edited By: WessexUnderwater on May 06, 2017 16:18
#19
hi, can anyone tell me about or link me to the 20% offer the OP is referring too? I can't seem to find anything on it. thanks
#20
monsavr
hi, can anyone tell me about or link me to the 20% offer the OP is referring too? I can't seem to find anything on it. thanks

Add to basket and click to checkout, the discount does not apply in the basket but does apply automatically during checkout, you will see it when selecting delivery address before confirming order.

Edit: In regards to actual information on it, it is a promo currently running on some (not all) Amazon Warehouse items. If you click on used items on any product on Amazon, and find one sold by Amazon.co.uk Warehouse Deals, under the delivery column it will say at the bottom "20% off." if the promo is running on this item. In that case at checkout 20% discount will be knocked off the price shown.

Edited By: nige182 on May 06, 2017 17:01: Add information.
#21
thanks op. got the like new for 46
#22
is this compatible with superhub 3?
#23
Do you know if this or any other would allow me to have two separate wireless networks? One VPN and the other standard? Thanks.
#24
XGE
is this compatible with superhub 3?

Yeah
#25
mojo5110
Wow 256GB of RAM hot!
I did say it was flash! (_;)
#26
glad to see someone post an Amazon warehouse deal and not getting voted cold for ... heat added . got one myself . liking it so far but still my inner geek wants to put Kong on it
#27
scottishpunter
With all the Kodi comments on Sky deals you would think this site would be full of router and VPN deals.

Probably got something to do with the ever changing nature of the technology scene. Things are no longer just the realm of obscure forums - Thanks to YouTube everyone's now an 'expert' because they can follow a tutorial to flash a phone. Makes simple piracy a doddle but stops the majority in their tracks when initial blocks are put up.

Not quite like the old GSM scene with Dejan and having to know your FBUS and MBUS with old Nokia DCT-3s :)
#28
Wow! but I can't see the discount appearing for me up to the point of confirming the delivery address?? ..
#29
sheltsfamily
Wow! but I can't see the discount appearing for me up to the point of confirming the delivery address?? ..


The Warehouse one seems to have gone now... maybe OOS?
#30
Was too hot to last. On the lookout for a new router thats reasonably priced and supports OpenVPN but I'll keep on searching..
#31
sheltsfamily
Was too hot to last. On the lookout for a new router thats reasonably priced and supports OpenVPN but I'll keep on searching..
if you dont mind paying 73.04 for it, the higher specced model is on the warehouse deals with 20% off too
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00HDK4GAK/ref=twister_B06Y5XYS1Y?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
1 Like #32
expired?
#33
mojo5110
Wow 256GB of RAM hot!
that's so 2026
this is 2027 - they should have 512GB minimum, and really 1TB of RAM if you're a power user and don't want any stutters in your 32K holographic hyperporn
that can really break the immersion and sense of presence... and in rare cases cause insanity
buy cheap, end up in a cryosleep sanitarium
#34
nosh10
is this better than the bt hub 5. would this be more stable.
lolololololol
#35
nosh10
is this better than the bt hub 5. would this be more stable.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/a3/1977_Ford_Pinto_Cruising_Wagon.jpg
found something more stable and faster than the BT Hub 5
#36
OOS on amazon warehouse
great deal for those who got it
heat OP!
#37
Toriniasty
expired?
yeah expired
#38
Any links for the best place to get DD-WRT build for this? There isn't a hardware page for this on the Wiki.
1 Like #39
andersh
Any links for the best place to get DD-WRT build for this? There isn't a hardware page for this on the Wiki.

Kong's build is probably the best choice:
https://www.myopenrouter.com/download/dd-wrt-kong-mod-netgear-r6400-2017-03-21
https://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=300438
#40
charlie12
andersh
Any links for the best place to get DD-WRT build for this? There isn't a hardware page for this on the Wiki.
Kong's build is probably the best choice:https://www.myopenrouter.com/download/dd-wrt-kong-mod-netgear-r6400-2017-03-21https://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=300438
Thanks, I'll take a look.

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