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TP-LINK AC1200 Dual Band Archer D5 Modem @ Argos £54.99 (c&c)
TP-LINK AC1200 Dual Band Archer D5 Modem @ Argos £54.99 (c&c)

TP-LINK AC1200 Dual Band Archer D5 Modem @ Argos £54.99 (c&c)

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Archer D5 AC1200 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem router is a combined wired/wireless network connection device with integrated wireless router and ADSL modem, reducing hassle of configuration and saving space. Featuring a variety of features and rich functionality, Archer D5 is the perfect hub of your home or business network. 

Ac1200 wireless dual band gigabit adsl2+ modem router.Wireless standards a/b/g/n.Phone line connection.

1 * rj45 wan/lan port

3 * rj45 lan ports

1 * rj11 port

2 * USB 2.0 ports.

Transfer speed up to AC1200Mbps.

Weight 0.48kg.Size L22.9, W16, D3.7cm.Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.

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great price, I paid nearly double for this earlier this year

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Edited by: "EagleUK" 25th Sep 2016

Shame, it's sold out everywhere and not in stock for home delivery either

wurz72

Shame, it's sold out everywhere and not in stock for home delivery either



It's not.
Tired the website last night and it showed as sold out for delivery.

Ordered via the app this morning for delivery. Order accepted!!:{

Slightly less features but also cheaper model if anyone is interested...
staples.co.uk/net…m=0

Great router. I have the AC 750 and it's been flawless with good Wi-Fi range.

anyone using this with sky fibre?

showstopper81

anyone using this with sky fibre?


I don't think this will work with FTTC, unless you use it as an additional router behind the one that your ISP supplied.

dck

Better off buying a fibre modem/router, such as the TP-LINK N600 WiFi … Better off buying a fibre modem/router, such as the TP-LINK N600 WiFi Gigabit VDSL2 Modem Router - which costs an extra fiver.



​now the kids are getting older I need one where I can limit the speed per Mac address is that possible with this router.? at the moment its timed so there WiFi is disabled per Mac address after bed time....but is a pain in the ass if they are actually home work late!!

Gavin, you would need to use Qos to limit the bandwidth. Not sure if this router has this but most of them do.

Original Poster

There is bandwidth control section in router settings where you can specify IP range, port range, protocol, priority, upstream/downstream min/max.


For anyone who wants to use it with sky broadband you have to upgrade firmware or it will not work.

tomton

There is bandwidth control section in router settings where you can … There is bandwidth control section in router settings where you can specify IP range, port range, protocol, priority, upstream/downstream min/max.For anyone who wants to use it with sky broadband you have to upgrade firmware or it will not work.



Hey @tomton do you have any links for setting this up with sky broadband please

Original Poster

dnewman6

Hey @tomton do you have any links for setting this up with sky broadband … Hey @tomton do you have any links for setting this up with sky broadband please



Hi,
Tricky part is extracting broadband login credentials. Once this is done it's fairly straightforward to configure and connect.
Below link to a video showing how to get your login and password.
youtube.com/wat…7Os
Configuration is very simple, you just select your broadband provider (Sky) and put your credentials in.

Like I said before you will have to upgrade firmware to make it work.

tomton

Hi,Tricky part is extracting broadband login credentials. Once this is … Hi,Tricky part is extracting broadband login credentials. Once this is done it's fairly straightforward to configure and connect.Below link to a video showing how to get your login and password.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vvmn3xI77OsConfiguration is very simple, you just select your broadband provider (Sky) and put your credentials in.Like I said before you will have to upgrade firmware to make it work.



​thanks mate

is this better/worse/just the same as....
a homehub?
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