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TP-Link Archer C6 AC1200 MU-MIMO Wireless Gigabit Cable Router £39.99 @Amazon
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TP-Link Archer C6 AC1200 MU-MIMO Wireless Gigabit Cable Router £39.99 @Amazon

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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  • Dual Band Wi-Fi Supports 802.11ac standard, simultaneous 2.4 GHz 300 Mbps and 5 GHz 867 Mbps connections for 1200 Mbps of total available bandwidth
  • Powerful Antennas: Four fixed external antennas and one internal antenna provide stable wireless connections and optimal coverage
  • MU-MIMO achieves 2x efficiency by communicating with up to two devices at once
  • Beamforming technology delivers wider wireless coverage, detects the location of your connected devices and concentrates Wi-Fi towards them to create stronger overall connections
  • Guest network and parental control: Keeps your main network secure by creating a separate network for friends and visitors by creating guest network; set restriction on internet access time and contents for children devices with parental control
  • Easy network management at your fingertips with TP-Link Tether app, available on any Android and IOS devices

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Can someone tell me if this is v1 or v2 of this router, I can’t see that when I click the link. Thanks
cashewnuts17/12/2019 16:07

Can someone tell me if this is v1 or v2 of this router, I can’t see that w …Can someone tell me if this is v1 or v2 of this router, I can’t see that when I click the link. Thanks


what's the difference?
I’ve seen good reviews of v2, they’d didn’t go into the differences between the two, might be massive for all I know!
Apologies if this is a daft question or perhaps one I could answer myself with some cursory research, but I wonder if anyone can tell me if this is worth the investment? I've only ever used the ISP-supplier routers which seem to work sufficiently well (we only lose decent signal in the far corners of our house, and in the garden), and speed and extra options are enough for us. So, £40 - which seems cheap compared to some of the routers that appear on here - still seems like £40 of unnecessary spend. Perhaps someone with my initial mindset has gone for a non-ISP-supplier router and has a view, please?
markcoombs18/12/2019 09:18

Apologies if this is a daft question or perhaps one I could answer myself …Apologies if this is a daft question or perhaps one I could answer myself with some cursory research, but I wonder if anyone can tell me if this is worth the investment? I've only ever used the ISP-supplier routers which seem to work sufficiently well (we only lose decent signal in the far corners of our house, and in the garden), and speed and extra options are enough for us. So, £40 - which seems cheap compared to some of the routers that appear on here - still seems like £40 of unnecessary spend. Perhaps someone with my initial mindset has gone for a non-ISP-supplier router and has a view, please?


Seems your ISP supplier router works well, just need better Wi-Fi coverage. I think a Wi-Fi Booster can help you, and cheaper. I suggest the one below, just £22.99 @amazon with dual band.
amazon.co.uk/RE2…CJY
I'm with sky fibre, their router (sky q) is terrible. It has terrible range and my upload speeds reduce to 0 when going to the next room.
Would I be able to use this as a replacement to the sky router?
These do tend to randomly just drop connections.... be warned I’ve tested them to death, ended up replacing them
R1cbm28/12/2019 11:00

These do tend to randomly just drop connections.... be warned I’ve tested …These do tend to randomly just drop connections.... be warned I’ve tested them to death, ended up replacing them


What have you replaced them with?
cashewnuts17/12/2019 16:58

I’ve seen good reviews of v2, they’d didn’t go into the differences betwe …I’ve seen good reviews of v2, they’d didn’t go into the differences between the two, might be massive for all I know!


I bought one and it is v2.
R1cbm28/12/2019 11:00

These do tend to randomly just drop connections.... be warned I’ve tested …These do tend to randomly just drop connections.... be warned I’ve tested them to death, ended up replacing them


Do you know wether they were v1 or v2? I've had my v2 for about a month and not noticed any dropped connections.
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