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Posted 12 December 2022

ASUS RT-AX86U 5700 Dual Band + WiFi 6 Gaming Router £210.99 @ Amazon

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    I've had this for a few years, it's the best router I've ever had. Perfect if you are using virgin media's crappy router, just put that into modem mode and use this..it will change your life.
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    Have had for few yrs on BT fiber 900 with merlin firmware. It’s v.good 👌
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    Excellent router with merlin firmware a bonus. 2.5gbps WAN port too and link aggregation for two ports.
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    Cheapest it has been in quite a while according to CamelCamelCamel.
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    I can confirm, as well, it's worth the money. Using it on a BT fiber 500
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    I have one of these connected to a Virgin Superhub 5. Regularly get over 1.25 gbps on my connection. Fantastic router expensive but well worth it…
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    What’s wifi range like on this? Need to get wifi in my garage about 40ft from router. Doesn’t need to be a great connection just enough to control a camera and a smart heater. Probably two concrete walls between and a glass conservatory.

    Currently have a archer c80 tp link and it doesn’t quite reach.

    Don’t really want to go down mesh route if it can be avoided (edited)
    It should be OK for that purpose, although it may depend on the kit you're connecting to in the garage. I had good WiFi connectivity between this router and a Galaxy S8+ while in my back garden, 80+feet away through weight-bearing wall, floor and conservatory. The S22 ultra that I replaced my old phone with is a little more fussy, but that's the phone rather than the router. The WiFi6 card in my wife's PC, which sits in the far corner of my house from the router, gets reliable 100+Mbps even when my wife carelessly hides the antenna behind the PC case. When removed from the shadow of the case it gets 600Mbps. It's a good router with good range, but, as you know, there's only one way to find out of it'll do the job. Good luck!