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Asus router DSL AC3100 DSL modem - used very good - £120.51 @ Amazon Warehouse
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Posted 14th Nov 2019Posted 14th Nov 2019
Asus router DSL AC3100 DSL modem - used very good - £120.51 @ Amazon Warehouse
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My first deal good price for a Asus dsl modem router! Asus Modem Wireless Gaming Router Vdsl2/adsl2 Ac 3100 Mbps Double Band with Beamforming Airadar and Safety Aiprotection for L… Read more
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Bully

Seems to be a shortage of new models last couple of years.Maybe Wi-Fi 6 will bring out a few more models soon.

Bully

Showing £135 now.

ashley.nelson

Great router, use this with my Virgin super hub in modem mode. I’ve got it flashed with the custom merlin firmware which just makes it more stable and gives you a few more options

timarli

Bought one couple of weeks ago (used, similar price off amazon wh) but returned it. All compared to linksys mr8300: - Settings are a bit difficult - lag was slightly higher (around 20-25ms where as linksys had 10-15ms) - better speeds (around %5 higher then the other) - bulky - 4-5 years old tech (not that i could understand the difference but the other one is newer and shiny :) )

MrDefected

Had this for about 5 years or so, it’s amazing!

ASUS RT-AC86U Router - £135.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC86U Router - £135.99 @ Amazon
£135.99£144.996%Amazon Deals
AC2900 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Gaming Router with MU-MIMO, AiMesh for mesh wifi system, AiProtection network security by Trend Micro, WTFast game accelerator and Adaptive QoS. Ulti… Read more
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hkphooey

Guys need new VDSL router..which this isn't I know . Is. Vpn easy to up I'm with digibit... Wired not too worried about wireless have another router coming off my existing Tp link just standard set up not as AP

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£158 NOW

goss.man

Yes, buy it, you wont be disappointed if you use it to its potential, your setup will be the same as mine.

karvai

Yes. This device doesn't have built in modem.

TM1233

I’m interested in getting one of these because of the heat. I’ve just got a VM hub 3 and the WiFi reception is so poor that we keep WiFi switched to off on our mobiles. If I get one, do I need to still keep the VM hub switched on with this connected in line with it?

Asus Blue Cave dual band Router, AC2600, IFTTT, Alexa only £94 @ Amazon
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Posted 8th Apr 2019Posted 8th Apr 2019
Asus Blue Cave dual band Router, AC2600, IFTTT, Alexa only £94 @ Amazon
£94£147.9736%Amazon Deals
Wireless-AC2600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router, Concurrent AC2600 Powerful Wi-fi speed, Dual core CPU Enhanced Performance, IFTTT and Amazon Alexa Supported I have decided I will give thi… Read more
mrew42

I can provide the start point AND the tunnel Yum

Alllfff

Amen

kester76

Not sure it has enough power and I don't like waiting for my dogs :D

kester76

No tunneling with my dogs, just throw them through the hole onto the plate on the other side. I'm fed up cooking them this way

Alllfff

Depends if the hotdogs are VPN PPTP compatible

Dual ASUS AC1900 (may be RT-AC68U) mesh pack. Amazon £172.99
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Dual ASUS AC1900 (may be RT-AC68U) mesh pack. Amazon £172.99
£172.99Amazon Deals
Each RT-AC68U is over £100. So, this looks like a good deal
MR1123

Are you keeping?

jeevesm

Just received. Contains ac67u, not ac68u. Main differences are: - antennas are fixed, not detachable. - 67u is newer release in terms of first mfg - 67u can’t stand or doesn’t come with stand

Danc711

Ac68 stands up these ones lay down! Trust me I upgraded from the 67 to the 68

flickflack

Says Box Contains 2 x RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router;2 x RJ-45 cable;2 x Power adapter;2 x QSG;2 x Support CD(user manual and utility)

Danc711

These are the lesser RT-AC67U good deal tho

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Maplin Extra Long Life Alkaline 40 AA and 20 AAA Combo Pack £4.50 (Available for delivery) / ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit WiFi Router £209.48 @ Maplin
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Maplin Extra Long Life Alkaline 40 AA and 20 AAA Combo Pack £4.50 (Available for delivery) / ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit WiFi Router £209.48 @ Maplin
Great price for these batteries, which can be delivered at the moment :) Wifi router: https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/asus-rt-ac5300-tri-band-gigabit-wifi-router-a69uk
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paul_merton

Sorry, but... what? :)

amour3k

I reckon prior to their imminent 'woes', Royal Mail was probably their (more costlier) vehicle of choice and all that?. But in light of 'current events', then ... As Ce-Lo once sang in this smash hit song 'Forget You', where he said: "Just because I don't drive a Ferrari, doesn't mean I can't get you there?". Every little helps and all that?. :-)

amour3k

WOW!. You originally bought a massive stash before the last 'Empire' went to pot (Woolworths). And now you're buying another stash and this current 'Empire' too (Maplins) is going to pot ... Maybe that's a 'sign' for you there somewhere, perhaps?, hehehehehe. ;-)

HUKDWatcher0309

Arrived today (20 April) by Hermes - not Royal mail as stated by Maplin. Best before on AA batteries - 2023 and for 9V batteries - 2022.

HUKDWatcher0309

Phew... Overnight received an update by email: Your item(s) have been dispatched Expected delivery date: Between Sat 21st Apr and Mon 23rd Apr I ordered: Maplin Extra Long Life AA Alkaline Battery 100-Pack Code: N53EL Quantity: 1 £9.00 Maplin Extra Long Life Alkaline 9V Batteries 6-Pack Code: N66EL Quantity: 1 £2.40

Asus RT-AC68u (Router only) @ Maplin £99.99 Click and collect + 2 x £5 off any spend vouchers
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Asus RT-AC68u (Router only) @ Maplin £99.99 Click and collect + 2 x £5 off any spend vouchers
Best current deal - currently £140 @ Amazon and others. Downside is C&C only - not available for delivery. Reserved mine at my local, and they took another 10% off as it was … Read more
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mike33

Did not have one in my local maplin store,nearest 33 miles so phoned local store up anyway and said they could deliver the router from the store miles away to my local store and picking it up in a few days,result and been today to pay for it and got it for £89.10 by using my NUS extra card,10% off and also got a £5 voucher,thanks op well happy.

Blotch

Rock solid router, I've had the AC68 for about a year now on stock firmware, with about 30 things connected around the house. Using in modem mode with Virgin hub.

kevyn

I've been using this router for a while now, and it's fantastic. I use a virgin hub in modem only mode, so the ASUS does all the work. I run openvpn on it, and run the custom merlin firmware which improves things. Tempted to get another one so that I can use it as a mesh network once the new update arrives, but to be honest, just one of these covers my whole house anyway!

b1g1an

99.9% of wifi issues are down to poor positioning of the router but people continue to buy more routers and other gizmos to try and solve the problem but just put them in exactly the same position as the first one and then tell everyone the new one is just as rubbish as the last one, happy to blame anyone but themselves. Imagine standing in one room of your house with the door closed and shouting at someone in the furthest room away from you, unsurprisingly the other person has trouble hearing you. Now stand in the middle of the house and do the same thing, they can hear you much more clearly and you probably don't even need to shout anymore. The first scenario is how most people have their wifi set up, the second is how it should be. One idiot near me has his router sat on the window ledge and wonders why he can't get a decent signal on the other side of his house but gets a perfect signal a hundred yards down the road.

itm

The last PN router I had didn't have a modem only mode. IIRC I had to connect to it via telnet or SSH and put it into bridge mode - got the info from a Google search

ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band 4 x 4 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router @ Amazon £265.99
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ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band 4 x 4 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router @ Amazon £265.99
£265.99Amazon Deals
Lowest this router has ever been. I appreciate its a huge price for a router but if you are a huge gamer and stream a lot of 4k content on several devices then this could be for yo… Read more
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samosa

Did anyone else get this router and have 5g-2 die after a couple of days? And when I say die it means it’s not longer broadcasting, the config page will not contain a wireless Mac

focux007

Looks more like a dead spider or one pretending to be (:I (:I

VimesUK

AFAIK The D7800 is limited to the Netgear firmware only and the R7800 that I still have can use two variations of the DD-WRT firmware. But the RT-AC86U that I have recently bought is supported by Merlin and performs great as a VPN client. I much prefer the UI of the Asus router over that of DD-WRT. Setting up policy based routing etc is so much easier. From the very little I have understood the AC5300 hasn't been that well supported of late with firmware updates and not supported at all by Merlin, if that is important to you.

DAZZ2000

Absolute overkill for most folks I would suspect, but an impressive bit of kit - if a little pricey. I can see folks that gather about half a dozen machines in one place for mini LAN events going for this - assuming they can only connect via WiFi. Can't beat a combo of .ac WiFi, hard-wired and decent Powerlines - no bother with 4K streaming or gaming :)

Aeschylus

The idea is it priorities gaming traffic, but you are right, it cods wallop

ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router £127.99 // ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Router £139.99 // ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band 4 x 4 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router 265.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router £127.99 // ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Router £139.99 // ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band 4 x 4 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router 265.99 @ Amazon
Currently all 3 Routers cheapest at Amazon ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router, Access Point Mode, Dual-Processor + Dual-Core CPU, USB 3.0, Time Machine, 3G/… Read more
CaptainSocks

AC68 is probably the best bang for your buck router going once you've Merlin on it tbh. Can't see you needing to upgrade for a while yet...

lynchnigel

Have a RT-AC68U and have Merlin on it as its not altered just enhanced and love the router with switch and AP connected to it fab

Geenation

Just brought the ASUS RT-AC5300, as it's OOS, just waiting for an update :)

johnthehuman

So most new routers have 5Ghz band(s). I wouldn't game on 2.4 GHz, but 5Ghz for me is as reliable as Ethernet.

CaptainSocks

Gotcha. The Broadcom BCM43602 is supported in the mainline Linux kernel for LEDE but it's not been developed by anyone yet as far as I know. Someone *might* develop LEDE for that. Perfectly possible (but also sort of unlikely now I'd have thought). Tomato, DDWRT, and Merlin all work flawlessly on the AC3200 mind. Had the AC87 but sent it back early on (it was sort of a work in progress up until a few years ago). Think it's a lot more solid now but no idea how stable all the respective firmwares are on that. Really no point touching that router now the AC3200 is pretty much the same price. Not sure I could justify spending twice as much again for the AC5300. As others have said... if gaming is your thing than an ethernet connection needs to be your thing as well!

ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router £126.99 Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router £126.99 Amazon
£126.99Amazon Deals
Good router with a good UI, that being the AsusWRT flavour. Chances to flash the Merlin version of you wish. Blurb.... World's first 4x4 MU-MIMO antenna design with AiRadar unive… Read more
stoneblade

Either that or the grammar police come out and shoot you down, just happened in another post to me trying to help someone out. Just makes me smile people are sitting in their homes waiting to point out mistakes, or vote could on obviously good deals because they don't understand the tech outweighs the price. They need to get out more. Good deal op.

VimesUK

I understand what you mean :) But expensive is a relative term and just because it is beyond someones pocket shouldn't prevent a deal becoming hot. To help those who aren't sure if this represents a good deal I post the Camel info. Each time I get a notification that someone upvotes the deal I check to find that it has got colder - lol. No wonder people can get discouraged posting deals.

REAL_DEAL

Excellent router , even on stock firmware I have had no issues...

refaey

People are probably voting cold because it's an expensive router. If I was happy with free routers received from ISPs I would have possibly voted this cold too :-)

VimesUK

Both the 3200 and the 87 posted here are pretty capable routers, with a good UI. Not sure why they aren't getting more love tho. For those voting cold don't forget to post your deal with a better price :) Being sold through Amazon you also get their great support and returns.

ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Router £144.49 Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Router £144.49 Amazon
£144.49Amazon Deals
I posted this over three months ago and it is back again at a good price. I loved using the AsusWRT- Merlin UI with my R7000 and whilst I have not had this router I can appreciate … Read more
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ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router, Access Point Mode, Dual-Processor + Dual-Core CPU, USB 3.0, Time Machine, 3G/4G Dongle Support £127.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router, Access Point Mode, Dual-Processor + Dual-Core CPU, USB 3.0, Time Machine, 3G/4G Dongle Support £127.99 @ Amazon
£127.99Amazon Deals
Link to camelcamelcamel Apparently the cheapest it has ever been...
ritchie1

​Just buy a separate BT Openreach modem off ebay (got mine for £12 delivered years ago). Used it with Sky and now BT. Then connect that modem to the router of your choice.

thegamer147

Which tp link did you looking at replacing my d20 for the archer vr400

jim23k

They have half a dozen or so "used like new" warehouse deals for 122.87. One of them reads "Item is in original, pristine packaging. Products that have been water tested may contain residual water or water marks. Products that have been factory tested may contain traces of coffee in the mill.". I find that covering my router in coffee and submerging it in water helps boost performance.

MrSweeney

Word of warning to anyone on Sky Broadband (ADSL), if you are looking to have a separate dsl modem + Wifi Router like this one as your configuration, most standalone DSL modems will not work in bridge mode with a Wifi Router. This is because Sky only seem to allow PPPoA connections (unlike BT which allow both PPPoA & PPPoE). I found this out the hard way after reading forums for several hours on end. Therefore you cannot put the modem in bridge mode and end up with double NAT. The closest you can get to bridge mode at that point is to put the Wifi router into the DMZ of the dsl modem to avoid it. The forum posts were a bit old in date (1 or 2 years) but apparently the only way to achieve this setup with the dsl modem in bridge mode on Sky is to buy either a Draytek Vigor 120 or 130 dsl modem which supports PPPoA to PPPoE bridging. Not sure if they are any *other* dsl modems so far that support this yet...? Needless to say the draytek modems are more expensive than your average dsl modem. £50ish for the 120 and £80ish for the 130, I think....

MrSweeney

Which ISP are you on?

Asus RT-N12E N300 Eco Series Wireless Router £9.98 / £13.56 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Asus RT-N12E N300 Eco Series Wireless Router £9.98 / £13.56 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Ebuyer daily deal. I think this is quite a good price for this router. I might buy one just as a backup for my parents, you will not get anything better for this price. ASUS RT-N1… Read more
Uridium

Smeone says 3 posts above yours that this one is

ro888

Can anyone recommand a cheap router (<50GBP) compitable for DDWRT?

adez

I've just returned one of these to Amazon, the Wifi coverage / performance was rubbish !

ando

Yes but if you have anything over 100mb it won't utilise it

pellethunter

Don't know much about networking, does anyone know if this can be used with a Virgin Hub 3 in Modem mode?

ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router, Access Point Mode, Dual-Processor + Dual-Core CPU, USB 3.0, Time Machine, 3G/4G Dongle Support £127.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router, Access Point Mode, Dual-Processor + Dual-Core CPU, USB 3.0, Time Machine, 3G/4G Dongle Support £127.99 @ Amazon
£127.99Amazon Deals
Enter a new era of wireless performance with faster-than-incredible speeds, the widest-ever coverage and more control and security than you ever thought possible. RT-AC87U delivers… Read more
strocky

Send mine back, the range was terrible, dropped signal after 20 metres from living room to back garden

j1mgg

upgraded to merlin Fw in a couple of steps, just waiting on my modem coming, and then should all be good to go.

strocky

Cheers tried that, but get the following error WAN and LAN should have different IP addresses and subnet It's a Sky Router so I can't run in Modem mode only

burlesy

Take a look here http://setuprouter.com/router/asus/rt-ac87u/ip-address.htm

strocky

How do you change the IP address range on this router? It defaults to 192.168.1.1 My media server sits on 192.168.0.1

ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router £144.49 @ Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router £144.49 @ Amazon
£144.49Amazon Deals
A pretty good router with a great UI, well at least in my experience of enjoying a AsusWRT Merlin firmware. Blurb.... 802.11ac tri-band Wi-Fi router boosts speeds up to 3200Mbps … Read more
FlexR

This or ASUS RT-AC88U AC3100 £219 (just dropped from £280)? Ik it's been under £200 before but yeah.

alexey175

i had this model send it back,poor wifi range is only 10 metres, from currys , crap. :(

Mentos

Only has 6 candle holders, so no. Unless you want to risk the wrath of Jehovah oO

Parallax

I don't have it in front of me I'm afraid. It's basically the 16 port version of the FVX538, but I can't for the life of me find the model number online. It only supports 2 x 100MBps for the WAN but that's enough for me, and the WAN load balancing I would call brute force rather than elegant. But it suffices, and the price was right. I don't use most of the LAN ports on it because it feeds into a proper layer 3 managed switch I also got super cheap on eBay, thence into a patch panel, etc.

tek-monkey

What model did you get out of interest? Probably going the pfsense route but still interested.

ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router  £80.99 at Amazon (awaiting stock but orderable)
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ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router £80.99 at Amazon (awaiting stock but orderable)
I saw the Currys deal appears to have ran out of stock for home delivery. If you don't mind waiting Amazon have price matched. Best get in quick before they realise Curry's don't h… Read more
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themarrons

I now have the open reach modem and asus router, i am having trouble setting it up, i wondered if you followed an instruction video please?

ScoTTyBEEE

Mine arrived yesterday

gwapenut

Not particularly impressed with amazon. Orderered in December, still not dispatched and won't be for a few days, and yet they're offering it today for next day delivery to new customers. Very poor.

skaif

Ordered 2 weeks ago but delivered today! Couldn't be happier with this, bargain of a price

Bucky4321

They've just dispatched mine

ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router was £99.99 now £80.99 delivered with code @ Currys **Cheapest**
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ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router was £99.99 now £80.99 delivered with code @ Currys **Cheapest**
- For cable and fibre optic broadband - AC 1900 - Dual-band (2.4 GHz & 5 GHz) - Ideal for connecting more than 20 devices Use code " NETWORKING10 " to bring down the price.
j1mgg

doesn't seem to be available anymore. Is it just the BT openreach fibre modem I need if I was to use this(echolife or eci).

lump

Still don't have my money back! Currys CS is absolutely shocking

kobirulali

What's the best firmware for best WiFi range? There was 1 that removed 80% restriction forgot which now

gwapenut

Can third party firmware be installed on the E1 version?

Bucky4321

If you have a look at the white sticker on the back it will tell you the hardware version. [img]https://i2.wp.com/www.eteknix.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Asus_RT-AC68U_WAN.jpg?w=800[/img] In the picture it shows A1.. mine from Amazon is also the newer E1 version

Asus RT-AC68U Router £89.99 @PCWorld/Currys delivered or C&C
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Asus RT-AC68U Router £89.99 @PCWorld/Currys delivered or C&C
Product features (pcw) For cable and fibre optic broadband AC 1900 Dual-band (2.4 GHz & 5 GHz) Ideal for connecting more than 20 devices Benchmarks http://www.techradar.com/r… Read more
sh20

Why is this showing in front page?! Hukd you need to sort your algorithms...

Humayan

No such price

ARTPOL

second last one. Its £144. Eywatering.

csteff

why hot/on 1st page now?... it is £150

mikerj

Did Asus ever fix the bug that caused dropouts when this was used on Sky? I need something to replace the extremely poor SR102 Sky router, but stability is most important to me.

ASUS RT-AC68U AC1900 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router £89.99 @ amazon
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ASUS RT-AC68U AC1900 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router £89.99 @ amazon
Wi-Fi router, with combined dual-band data rates of 1900 Mbps for three times faster performance than 802.11n routers Broadcom® TurboQAM™ technology increases wireless-N data rate … Read more
tedjourney

Does the merlin software sort out that security hole when using this as samba server ?

Cholek3

Definitely a heat. Planning to buy it for birthday in February.

dannysmith43

Seems hot to me, my faithful RT66 running on Merlin magic firmware hasn't skipped a beat, doesn't seem to be getting much love!

quidstretchy

hot from me

stealthx

Asuswrt-Merlin firmware for Asus routers, with a special emphasis on tweaks and fixes rather than radical changes or collecting as many features as possible.Latest stable Merlin firmware 380.64

Asus RT-AC68U dual band AC1900 router £99 @ Currys/PC World with FREE delivery
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Asus RT-AC68U dual band AC1900 router £99 @ Currys/PC World with FREE delivery
Have been looking for a router after missing a £99 deal on Netgear Nighthawk. After DAYS of reading reviews i decided to go with Asus as its wireless performance is actually faster… Read more
tinky13

Thanks. It actually fixed itself. WAN works just fine now and once i disabled CTF it's rock solid wifi connection (was dropping it now and again).

cibic

​It sure does for local interfaces. You can leave the WiFi AP do it for you of course but it can't give an address outside of local network such as the SH2 interface.

tinky13

This one doesn't

1977testing

Does it have a modem built in? Thanks

tinky13

Thank you. I'll have a play. Doesn't make sense to me though, shouldn't Asus just pick up DHCP duties?

ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Broadband Router - £144.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Broadband Router - £144.99 @ Amazon
£144.99Amazon Deals
Priced £5 lower than the deal a week ago.
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CannonPark

​ :D :D :D

daz_75

would this work with my sky broadband?

JoeSpur

I am with BT so DSL is what I need. What's wrong with the modem part? I watched a few YouTube and website reviews that said it's great, but I'm seeing a few user comments saying the opposite...

Glacc

On Virgin Media you have to use the Super Hub as the modem, there's simply no other option. That aside, the DSL-AC68U gets poor reviews for the modem aspect of it, and as the name denotes, I'm fairly sure it would only work if you have DSL.

MrSweeney

Damn wish I had bought this instead of the Netgear r7800 nighthawk from a previous deal as it was a similar price and think asus makes better routers

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