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Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router £99.99 @ Amazon
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Seems like good value to me for a tri-band AC2200 router which supports MU-MIMO for faster multiple device usage in parallel. Similar price at Very but around £40 more at Currys. … Read more
It doesn't seem to support openvpn. Could somebody confirm?
rev623 h, 56 m ago

This is a router though. Coming from ISP routers, like the Super Hub 3. …This is a router though. Coming from ISP routers, like the Super Hub 3. This will give you so much more control over the entire network. Add AP's ontop of this.


Totally agree with your point as well
lucas422 h, 17 m ago

Do you know if the ubiquity Unifi AP can control and repeat a 2.4GHz and …Do you know if the ubiquity Unifi AP can control and repeat a 2.4GHz and 5GHz network with different SSIDs, in addition to a 2.4GHz guest network?My Linksys EA6900 lost all form of guest network and useful control when used in bridge mode from my BT Home Hub 6. So I switched it to the main router for Guest network capabilities and better control vs BT but I struggle with the connection on the 3rd floor.I originally thought a second router was a good option, but I've heard Ubiquity recommend a few times.


Unifi AP does support multiple 2.4Ghz 5Ghz with SSID and also work in tandem to create better coverage across your home if you are using more than one. There is guest network support and the bandwidth for both upload and download can be set for all SSIDs emmitting from the Unifi.
foxyuk13 m ago

Sorry for being thick are u talking about a WiFi extender. I sold a tp …Sorry for being thick are u talking about a WiFi extender. I sold a tp link the other day as lay unused was the av500 but that was for hard wiring


You can get either a WiFi extender or powerline with the ability to to act as a WiFi hotspot. One of the powerline adapters would require hard wiring to the router.
AirbusA38052 m ago

You are aware powerlines can come with a WiFi option?


Sorry for being thick are u talking about a WiFi extender. I sold a tp link the other day as lay unused was the av500 but that was for hard wiring
Linksys WRT32X-UK AC3200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router with Killer Prioritisation Engine £209.99 @ Amazon
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Posted before but now reduced to £209.99.
A manly and tough looking router, ideal for those that need such toughness - a router that says "look at me while I shove my antennas up your arse" - although no idea who would really want that. The sensible would do as CHAOSEN3 suggests though.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 31st Jan
Also just to add you actually need Killer hardware on your PC/Laptop to use the features on this router ... highly limits the amount of devices which can take advantage of such thing.
These "gaming" orientated routers are a false economy.

There's no evidence to support that they make a difference in online gaming in regards to latency, and it's not worth paying £209.99 for the wifi capabilities of this either. Most of the time just turning on QoS on your existing router will do.

You'd be better off buying a reliable wired router (only acts as a router, no wifi), and then throwing in some wireless access points such as ubuiqti AP's. Would probably save a few buck compared to this deal too.
Edited by: "CHAOSEN3" 30th Jan
Linksys WRT3200ACM router £155.99 - Amazon
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Decent router with support for WRT. Not the cheapest it's ever been, but best price at the moment (£200 elsewhere) and these aren't frequently reduced items.
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Hot deal, thanks!

Just a note, it’s not well supported by OpenWRT/LEDE, apparently Linksys is not playing ball with open source support
pc_tech8623 m ago

Thought this was a trampoline


Well, your WiFi may be up and down by all accounts! That's just a joke, I think it's pretty well rated.
Thought this was a trampoline
I have the original 1200 model running DD-WRT and it’s amazing how much more you can do once you’ve had a little play.

If I didn’t have a full AP setup around my home I’d be all over this.
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Linksys WHW0302-UK Velop Pack of 2- Amazon
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The Best wireless mesh system
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Bought these at 240 and setup. Was extremely happy with performance even at that higher price. Have returned to amazon for new price. This system has fixed signal problems I was having both at the back and top of my house.

The system is very easy to setup. Auto optimises channel selection in one tap through app. See the signal levels of all connected devices. Prioritise three chosen devices. Alexa integration is hopeless so I’d recommend reading the Alexa skill reviews before making that part of your decision.
Are these better then the Orbi RBK50?
Great price. Thanks OP. Heated and ordered.
Great price. Bought these last week for £192 in the warehouse 20% off deal. My only gripe is the speed.. I previously bought the Netgear Orbi but they constantly disconnected, 30-40 times a day. Speed checks on the Orbi showed nearly 200mbps throughout the house. Speed checks on this shows 120 mbps. Still fine for my needs so will keep them. Would be interesting to see if others have a similar experience.
99pinkyandthebrain9915 m ago

Morrison's are doing an offer on tin foil...suggest you purchase some …Morrison's are doing an offer on tin foil...suggest you purchase some 👌


Not about tin foil, do some research and you’ll see.
Linksys EA9500 MAX-STREAM AC5400 Next Gen MU-MIMO Tri-Band Router with 8 Gigabit Ports £183.49 Fulfilled by Amazon
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This is the cheapest it's ever been. Sold and fulfilled by Amazon so you have peace of mind. Hopefully this is useful for some of you. Linksys EA9500 MAX-STREAM AC5400 Next Gen MU… Read more
Or spend the money on a 3 node mesh and get consistent performance over a larger area
Is this what a dead spider looks like??
This is a really good router for better range. I bought one around a year ago and there is a considerably better range than my old EA6900.

I had considered mesh, but required best speeds across longer distances that were available at the time.
Aeschylus4 h, 20 m ago

I say it in every router thread, large numbers do not mean better results, …I say it in every router thread, large numbers do not mean better results, these routers are designed to extract money from those not in the know, and get sucked in by large figures. this review sums it up perfectly"In the end, this is just another really expensive router that's unlikely to light up any of your pesky dead spots or handle a large number of devices any better than a much cheaper AC3200 class tri-radio alternative."https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-reviews/32998-linksys-ea9500-max-stream-ac5400-mu-mimo-gigabit-router-reviewed?showall=&start=4



Yup. Rather than buying this you'd be better off buying a cheaper router that has no wireless built in, accompanied by some wireless access points (preferably using mesh technology).

That's my opinion anyway. I've not had any problems with my home wi-fi since doing this with my Asus RT-N66U and Ruckus R500 AP's.
shonkygeeza5 m ago

I'm looking for something to use in conjunction with a VM SH3 set to …I'm looking for something to use in conjunction with a VM SH3 set to modem. I'm not into gaming, just trying to stop Nest Gen2 thermostat dropping off line. Any recommendations appreciated.


Netgear R7800
Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (Used - Very Good ) £94.86  Amazon Warehouse
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Amazon Warehouse deal 20% off open Box Best in class performance wireless router capable of speeds of up to 1.3 Gbps on 5 GHz band and 600 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band. Also featured … Read more
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Farmio16 m ago

The deal finished at midnight


Thanks expired didn't realize
The deal finished at midnight
How do these work? Does it act as a booster? Thanks
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Linksys MAX-STREAM EA7500 AC1900 £87.99 @ Amazon
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Lowest it's ever been, got mine last before BF and never had any problems with it. MU-MIMO Technology - Next-Gen AC Wi-Fi for uninterrupted Wi-Fi connections to multiple devices… Read more
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Doesn't look like much of an upgrade from the superhub based on reviews, so not for me. However, cheapest price ever according to CamelCamelCamel so voted hot.
Linksys Modular Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System (3-PACK) at Amazon for £292.99
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Lowest Price Yet on Amazon and much cheaper than Google Wifi (3-pack)
Can't speak for this product but I use Ruckus wireless AP's at home and work. The mesh technology is great and very convenient.
Living in a rural village reliant on satellite for any internet access, I’d be happy to get 2mbps..... First world problems eh !!
i installed these last year after trying the bt ones, these are much better get 20mbs around the house now, and have the wired ehternet plugs for the xbox etc, overall its much better around the house
northbank188624 m ago

If you enjoy extended ping times and and average at best WIFI connection …If you enjoy extended ping times and and average at best WIFI connection they are fine. If you want the very most from the connection you have and don't want hardwired access points, then these are perfect.


No you use powering and physically cable it, no one who is serious enough to bang on about ping, latency & packet loss etc uses WiFi

I don't really get the extender hatred if you do it properly with modern kit it's perfectly acceptable in fact it'd be cheaper as well.

These mesh kits are great for the out of the box experience & how simple they are but you pay a price for that.

Unless you're getting gigabit broadband AC WiFi on repeaters is plenty fast enough and let's be honest do you really need to be able to deliver the full speed of your broadband to any ONE device? Yeah 1Gbps to your phone might sound cool but it's unnecessary.

If it's just coverage you need get an AC router and some half decent repeaters and that'll be plenty fast enough for 99%, you can use repeaters without latency & speed issues by running 1 network cable to it and back to the router.
Tempted but so in the fence. I have Gigabit LAN through out the house. Been using a router and A second ad an AP. Problem is Router is in cupboard under the stairs in the middle of the house. The AP is at the top of the stairs.
So I’m torn between a 3 point system with one buried under the stairs or just get Wire APs like Ubiquiti.
Though I could get a wired backhaul mesh system.
Ideally also want garden coverage of WiFi for things like Christmas lights on smart plugs.
Also thinking BT while Home and get 4 discs. Arghhh need to make my mind up.
Free Razer Kraken Pro v2 Headset when purchasing a selected Linksys WRT32X-UK Router - £249.99 @ Amazon
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Out of my price range, but seems like a good deal; the headset RRP is £79.99 and is going for £74.95 on amazon at the moment. lowest price recorded on camel: https://uk.camelcame… Read more
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I guess I was wrong then - not such a good deal!
Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router £107.99 @ Amazon
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Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (1.6 GHz Processor, 128 MB Flash, 512 DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0, eSATA, 4 x Ethernet) - Open Source Ready
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jimbo00128th Aug

Does DD wrt void the warranty,?


Not sure. My priority was to get the best system running.
jimbo00121 h, 25 m ago

Does DD wrt void the warranty,?



No it shouldn't. You can revert back to stock easily.

fishmaster18 h, 54 m ago

I dislike Linksys routers, same old dated user interface and no firmware …I dislike Linksys routers, same old dated user interface and no firmware support from Linksys.



It's a good job it's officially supported by LEDE then
I dislike Linksys routers, same old dated user interface and no firmware support from Linksys.
dealfriek30 m ago

Great router. I have the combo together with 8 port switch. Works like …Great router. I have the combo together with 8 port switch. Works like charm on Virgin (using dd-wrt).


Does DD wrt void the warranty,?
revster1 h, 23 m ago

DO NOT BUY....unless you are good with dd-wrtinternet connection …DO NOT BUY....unless you are good with dd-wrtinternet connection intermittently drops out on normal settings....every 5-30 mins....virgin broadband 100mb


Great router. I have the combo together with 8 port switch. Works like charm on Virgin (using dd-wrt).
Linksys EA6350 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Gigabit Router £39.99 @ Amazon
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Linksys EA6350 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Gigabit Router, Nice router with good features at a reasonable price. I think this is the lowest price that it has been on Amazon, previously d… Read more
I don't think that's a valid question.
If someone can GUESS your password it has nothing to do with being tech savvy.
They just know things about you like, mothers maiden name, favourite colours, football teams etc information built up over years of knowing someone.

Tech savvy is creating a password that would stop a brute force hack like using symbols dots etc.

Creating a password that yours friends and family can't guess is not savvy.... it's just being normal.
prash_2k20th Jul

Depends how savvy your friends are. Wouldn't stop me.it would just take me …Depends how savvy your friends are. Wouldn't stop me.it would just take me 3mins longer. Plus people who know you will most likely guess it.


Just how tech savvy are you if people who know you can guess your password?
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I am on hyperoptic and the orginal router is rubbish IMO, if I want to use this instead, will I require a modem or can just replace with this one. thanks
Is this VPN enabled?
Office outlet big sale. linksys ac1900 router £10
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Ok not sure if this is local but office outlet has some damn good deals on. Picked up a linksys ac1900 router was £119 now £10 , they had the 1700 version for £10 too. They have… Read more
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Chrisy1959

There are awesome deals all across ghw store!! Wow such a great store. … There are awesome deals all across ghw store!! Wow such a great store. Got loads of half price paper and other stuff


I think that might just be part of their current half price event - the stuff they are selling off should be super cheep... I think its due to their name change from 'Staples'.
visited my local office outlet (Edinburgh, Hermiston Gait) last night - they only had one model of routers at all, and it was £65 for some 750mbit crap. :<
There is also binder machines, at 14.90 and 24.90 down from 149 and 249 respectively
Heat! Just got 2 at £20 each
Thank you so much!

Got a DX5 air purifier for £20 (normally £100+). Unfortunately seems I missed most of it but still some good value headphones and stuff in the poole branch at 2pm this afternoon. This deserves to be way hotter.
Linksys MAX-STREAM EA9500 Tri-Band AC5400 Wi-Fi Router £126.77 (damaged packaging) @ Amazon Warehouse
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The stated price includes a 20% automatic discount which is applied at checkout. I think this ends at 2359 this evening. Currently on backorder. Stock due 17th May. New price is … Read more
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leehardacre1 h, 43 m ago

Did you buy this? What's your verdict?



Seems good. Haven't got other modern non ISP routers to compare it to. Signal has been strong.

Very slight marks on the display screen. So someone must have removed the protection sticker. Registered okay for Linksys warranty.
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TuShae

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I didn't check the stock amount. Maybe they are just listing one at a time?

Worth checking back later to see if they add more.

Yesterday they had a couple listed for Amazon Warehouse. They went and this morning it said backordered.
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This shows the new price:https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01A9EPPII/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en


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Linksys Velop triple pack £349.99 @ Amazon
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Linksys Velop triple pack Details in the link Currys and maplin have pack of 2 for this price.
Best wifi you can get - rock solid and great coverage
I got this at £500 and it is really good.

Yes it's expensive but gives me a rock-solid wireless network.

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sunilm

This is hot!!!! Isn't it normally 500??


So cheaper rubbish is a good deal?
This is hot!!!! Isn't it normally 500??
Not much better than a BT smart hub!
Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band WiFi Router £119.99 Maplins
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Best price I've seen on this - Collection only - limited numbers so stock not available in all stores - suspect they'll go quite fast The review on the Maplins site shows only thr… Read more
GoNz017

There had to be one, and you're it.


It's sam_of_london, what do you expect. Constant **** comes out his mouth.
Own it, tried OpenWRT way back when (iirc I ordered an AC and was surprised with a brand new ACS) but the drivers for the wifi cards were pretty new and dodgy back then. We're talking 30MB/s initially dropping to 5, random disconnects etc. Not sure if that's improved since but I went back to stock firmware and set it to AP only mode. Pfsense does the actual routing. Back to 80MB/s solid.
GoNz017

It was probably a V1 as it was when they were released, locked down so … It was probably a V1 as it was when they were released, locked down so much the signal was pants. At least with my Asus I have the correct power for the UK and not just a general "EU" setting. I had to edit the bootloader before Asus locked that down as well...



​I use a 1ghz dual core R7000 with a Asus-WRT Merlin firmware. I have just overclocked it to 1.4ghz and the performance difference has been amazing when using my VPN.

That firmware allows you to change the transmit power of both the 2.4 and 5ghz radios.
kester76

They come with caveats and due to locking down the devices they tend not … They come with caveats and due to locking down the devices they tend not to work so well. My Superhub 3.0 doesn't like my Zyxel smarthub and won't allow me to set the IP address range from 192.168.0.x to 192.168.1.x, it doesn't seem much but if you're running alot of devices under static ips it can be very annoying



Not to mention the superhub not letting you set your own DNS server Grrr!
sam_of_london

WiFi routers come free from service provider. Get new one every year for … WiFi routers come free from service provider. Get new one every year for free


They come with caveats and due to locking down the devices they tend not to work so well. My Superhub 3.0 doesn't like my Zyxel smarthub and won't allow me to set the IP address range from 192.168.0.x to 192.168.1.x, it doesn't seem much but if you're running alot of devices under static ips it can be very annoying
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the__cat

Yes, just turn the DHCP server off on it and you're done.


Thanks.
iDealYou

If I connect this to a network switch then it will work as wi-fi access … If I connect this to a network switch then it will work as wi-fi access point?



Yes, just turn the DHCP server off on it and you're done.
If I connect this to a network switch then it will work as wi-fi access point?
.97 prices are EOL at many retailers
meaning either you're getting a great deal
or the new stuff is about to come out and you'll regret buying it
not sure on this one
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PointDex

So it's only a router not a modem ?


If you say so
Linksys XAC1900 Dual-band Wifi xDSL Modem Router £99.97 at Amazon
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Been watching for an AC1900 xDSL modem router to replace the crappy HG633 supplied by TalkTalk for my fibre vDSL connection. It was going to be this, the VR900, the Nighthawk or th… Read more
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As far as I am aware Linksys only offer one router with a vdsl modem built in and that is the X6200. The link to Linksys community says "It only works with VDSL connection" which could mean anything and most likely means in bridge mode with a separate VDSL modem.
SilverBandit

As I stated above, conflicting comments abound.However, Linksys, in a … As I stated above, conflicting comments abound.However, Linksys, in a community thread, state VDSL - https://community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/XAC1900-is-this-vdsl2-ready/td-p/983718



Call me a cynic but I wouldn't trust that. If it's not listed as a headline feature then chances are it's not supported.

Review here stating VDSL is not supported:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/modem-routers/linksys-xac1900-review-3624719/

Also, the modem comes as a separate unit (called the APM 105) which is, I think, integrated into the PSU so it's not exactly a slick design. See here:
linksys.com/us/…165
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joshm

As far as I can tell this is does not have inbuilt support for VDSL so … As far as I can tell this is does not have inbuilt support for VDSL so you might be wasting your time unless you planned to run your original device in modem-only mode?


As I stated above, conflicting comments abound.
However, Linksys, in a community thread, state VDSL - community.linksys.com/t5/…718
As far as I can tell this is does not have inbuilt support for VDSL so you might be wasting your time unless you planned to run your original device in modem-only mode?
Normally your priority should be to ditch TalkTalk and then decide upon a new router but this looks such a good deal that you could do both at once

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Linksys X6200 Dual Band AC750 Gigabit Ethernet ADSL2+/VDSL2 Modem Wireless Router only £35.99 @ Currys/PcWorld
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4 gigabit ethernet ports (10/100/1000) ADSL2+/VDSL2 modem Dual Band 750Mbps wireless (300Mbps 2.4ghz + 433Mbps 5ghz) 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless usb 2.0 port 2yr warranty Specificat… Read more
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Replaced my Sky ADSL router, after pulling my username and password from my old router using Wireshark the automatic install took care of the rest.
Had an issue with some wireless devices though - most connected fine, but my missus' iphone 6S kept dropping and my Android phone kept reporting no internet whilst other devices were connected fine. Seems to be an issue with ipv6, once i turned that off in the router settings, the issues seemed to go away
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my router just arrived, took me just 2 mins to get my 38mbps FTTC talktalk broadband working, here are the settings you need to change: linksysx6200.blogspot.co.uk/201…tml
jasee

What no flash aerials? I expect to see at least four nowadays.


Which is why this router is useless... Aerials do give you better coverage, but also cost of unit rises a lot too... Also on most units aerials can be detached and extension cable connected giving you more flexibility with coverage and unit placement. As for me all them superhubs supplied with your provider are rubbish, no control, always buggy firmware, unpredicted behaviour with more that 10 devices etc...
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my topcashback just tracked at £0.28. £35.71 after topcashback.
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davnav

Bt smart hub 6 or this ?



I can't comment on the Linksys, but recently moved from BT Homehub 5 (which has been brilliant, except for slightly dodgy signal upstairs) to BT Smarthub (aka HH6) . Smarthub is useless - loses VDSL connection, devices can't connect to the wifi, and every time they do a software update I need to factory reset. Did get an extra bar of wifi signal upstairs though, for what it's worth! BT sent second Smarthub and they are both the same. Have moved back to the HH5 and all is fine.
Linksys X6200 Dual Band AC750 Gigabit Wireless ADSL/VDSL Wi-Fi Modem Router only £35.99 @ Amazon
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Linksys X6200 Dual Band AC750 Gigabit Wireless ADSL/VDSL router usually £79.99 according amazon but mainly seen it for £49.99 till recently when currys dropped it to £39.99 and now… Read more
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Replaced my Sky ADSL router, after pulling my username and password from my old router using Wireshark the automatic install took care of the rest.
Had an issue with some wireless devices though - most connected fine, but my missus' iphone 6S kept dropping and my Android phone kept reporting no internet whilst other devices were connected fine. Seems to be an issue with ipv6, once i turned that off in the router settings, the issues seemed to go away...
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nirvanaman

my router just arrived, took me just 2 mins to get my 38mbps FTTC … my router just arrived, took me just 2 mins to get my 38mbps FTTC talktalk broadband working, here are the settings you need to change: https://linksysx6200.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/linksys-x6200-adsl2vdsl2-gigabit.htmlIndeed, still a bargain!


Same here was up and running quickly with plusnet FTTC however decided to stick to the Plusnet Hub One (BT Home hub 5) as their is no option to change DNS so no real advantage for me using it for connection but works great as an additional access point for extending range. Seems to work with most FTTC providers apart from SKY, I actually contacted Linksys support team to see if it would support Sky's FTTC but they didn't even know who SKY are.

my router just arrived, took me just 2 mins to get my 38mbps FTTC talktalk broadband working, here are the settings you need to change: https://linksysx6200.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/linksys-x6200-adsl2vdsl2-gigabit.html

jordanc93

It's still not a bad price.


Indeed, still a bargain! You should update the topic with the new price.

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nirvanaman

price has gone up to £39.99 now that currys/pcworld have finished their … price has gone up to £39.99 now that currys/pcworld have finished their discount code offer.


It's still not a bad price however after playing around with the settings I have decided not to use it as my main router, one of the main reasons being in vdsl mode you cannot use your own DNS settings it only allows the ISP ones. Im using it with a powerline upstairs to extend the range and so far it's working well getting around 702Mbps between my laptop and this router on the 5Ghz range.
price has gone up to £39.99 now that currys/pcworld have finished their discount code offer.
Linksys EA6350 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Gigabit Router for £49.99 delivered From Amazon
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Was looking for a new router and found this beauty. Cheapest it's ever been with an average price previously of £83 according to Camel. Has received brilliant reviews and in PCMag'… Read more
konraddrozdz

​Superhub 3 is a rebranded version of ARRIS TG2492S so no surprises that i … ​Superhub 3 is a rebranded version of ARRIS TG2492S so no surprises that it was better, my warning is for those people who think that this is as reliable as lisnksys used to be, and it's not!



​agreed about linksys reliability comment. pay extra £15 and buy Netgear R6400 from Amazon.
Shakeyyy

Oh I see, I had a Belkin wireless N router about 10 years ago and was a … Oh I see, I had a Belkin wireless N router about 10 years ago and was a lot better than my current Superhub 3.0. Is this not a good buy then?



​Superhub 3 is a rebranded version of ARRIS TG2492S so no surprises that it was better, my warning is for those people who think that this is as reliable as lisnksys used to be, and it's not!
Edited by: "konraddrozdz" 30th Dec 2016
I used to have this router before I got my current one. this is a very stable router. can handle 6-8 wireless clients and 4 LAN clients without any slowdown. However wireless range is not good for large house.
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konraddrozdz

Just in case you guys don't know, Linksys = Belkin, it's not the same … Just in case you guys don't know, Linksys = Belkin, it's not the same quality as 5 years back when they were part of Cisco. Cold for me



Oh I see, I had a Belkin wireless N router about 10 years ago and was a lot better than my current Superhub 3.0. Is this not a good buy then?
Just in case you guys don't know, Linksys = Belkin, it's not the same quality as 5 years back when they were part of Cisco. Cold for me
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  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

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  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

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  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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