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NETGEAR R7800 Nighthawk X4S Dual-Band AC2600 Smart Wi-Fi Router £119.99 Amazon
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AC2600 Wi-Fi, 800+1733 Mbps speeds and multi-user MIMO technology throughout (no built in modem) Four stream (4 x 4) Wi-Fi architecture for smoother 4 K video streaming and lag-fr… Read more
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I need to research this DWRT software it seems as I keep seeing it being mentioned. Noticed I can put it on mine.


Tbh am gonna keep the router so I can run a dwrt software but connect it to a mesh system for WiFi range, costly tho.


What would be better. So many mixed reviews on routers. I bought the D-Link DIR-882 and that not great either for coverage.




Not great for WiFi range for Houses with solid walls.

NETGEAR R8000P Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band AC4000 (4.0 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router - Alexa enabled - £159.99 @ Amazon
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Perfect solution for your Home Wifi needs MU-MIMO: Simultaneous streaming of data for multiple devices; gigabit internet ready, built to support gigabit WAN to LAN speeds Powerf… Read more
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NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE AMAZON £44.99
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Lowest it's been. Reliable POE swich
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Just got the alert from camelcamelcamel. Paid £56 for mine a couple of months ago, only just took it out the packet last week! :( Great price if you are looking for PoE.



Its not a router, it provides more ethernet ports if you require them. It is PoE on 4 of the 8 so is more suitable for situations like IP camera installations whereby the power is supplied through the same ethernet cable to the camera so a much tidier install. If you simply wanted more Ethernet ports than your router has available, you'd opt for a switch without PoE as they're significantly cheaper than with the PoE functionality.


power over ethernet, i used mine for cctv.


What is this used for? Is this huge upgrade than the standard broadband router?

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Netgear Orbi RBK40 Used Like New Amazon Warehouse - £129.44
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Select Used Like New from Amazon Warehouse. Highly recommend this set of devices. £129 is a bargain for a highly rated mesh system like this.

Their previous angle was that if you have wired as an option then you're probably better off just using access points connected to the wired network. Excited for this to arrive now, I have been living with patchy WiFi and powerline plugs for too long.


Though I seem to remember reading somewhere that Netgear actually recommend not using the wired backhaul option. I did a test and with my RBK50 the wireless back haul actually beat wired for speed.


That's great, they've added it via firmware. Thanks for the link.



Was enabled a few firmware releases ago.

NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £89.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Beats Argos & Currys by a tenner Extreme combined Wi-Fi speed: 2-in-1 DSL modem + AC1900 Wi-Fi router Dual core processor boosts performance: Suitable for very large … Read more
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Got one of these and it's OK I suppose. Can someone help, I can't get Nord VPN working (ISP is Vodafone on Win 10). Has anyone managed to get it working using this router?


Hot because it's a good deal. But note the Nighthawks suck in almost every way compared to an Asus router.


Well you must have got a "Friday Afternoon " one then. Had mine for 18months with no issues and it runs perfectly.


These are the worst routers I've ever bought. I had to RMA mine.

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Netgear R7000P Nighthawk Router - £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Hi All, Recently moved to Virgin Fibre Broadband and have been looking for a router to place between the Super Hub 3 (in modem mode) and my network. This one seems to get good rev… Read more

So if I plug this to my Sky Q router, will this improve the wireless range in my house without compromising on speed like wireless extenders do?


It doesn't support NordVPN with the native Netgear firmware, but you could flash it with the dd-wrt firmware.


I was going to ask the same thing but no one wants to give an answer


Picked mine up from Argos yesterday and set it up last night. Woke up this morning to find the 5GHz band had stopped broadcasting, rebooted the router and then it wouldn't come back up properly. Taking it back to Argos tomorrow for an exchange.


I've been trying to research routers for a while and don't know enough about them. Is this loads better than my BT home hub 6?

NETGEAR RBK30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC2200£99.99 @ Amazon
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Cheapest it's ever been. Also... RBS40 for £94.99 RBK23 triple pack for £214.99 RBK20 2-pack for £169.99

Do these support adding a VPN for the whole connection? (eg windscribe) Thanks


Expired? Now showing as £134.99?


My one has arrived. Looks like I've got my first job for the weekend...


Not even that anymore, they buy in stock especially to sell on bf... but I have hoped for something better for the last couple years


That’s annoyingly stupid.

NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 Gaming and Streaming Advanced 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch £56.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th OctFound 29th Oct
NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 Gaming and Streaming Advanced 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch £56.99 @ Amazon Next best price eBuyer £65.97
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I'm going to sell Gaming Water It's just regular bottled water but for gamers (flirt)


Is it optimised for Fortnite ?! lol




Also, you're missing my point. Obviously direct connection is going to be better, but you're talking about people connecting 8 devices directly to their router? It looks messy, and is a health and safety nightmare. I took the liberty of Googling some of the popular ISPs and it seems qos doesn't exist at all on most of them. I would never buy this personally, but you can't just throw something out the window for everyone else just because it doesn't apply to you lol. If you bought a couple of home plugs, paired with this you would have 8 devices in a room on the other side of the house. Any 24/7 devices/servers you could set Qos to low and leave them running in the other side of the house. No mess, and people with any landlords/parents don't need to upgrade the router. I don't think it hurts the product at all.


The reason I posted my first post was because I thought the QOS implemented in this switch is exceedingly basic and it is going to have to go through your existing router/modem in which case that would influence the priority of the new switch making it less effective than going straight to the router/modem itself! But, my current ISP (the Post Office) supplied router is amazing versatile. QOS can be prioritised by ip, packet length,precedence, etc, there is also queue assignment on the various ports, complete routes can be classified between the various interfaces and a games list of fifteen modern games! For gaming, nothing is going to be better than going straight to the router/modem itself (by ethernet connection) because any new switch is going to have to connect to it anyway. So don't waste your money on this fancy looking but plastic (^ ^) version of this switch.

Netgear r7800 £119.99 - Netgear routers are deal of the day on Amazon
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Netgear r7800 equal to lowest price on amazon (the same price was charge a few weeks ago), other netgear routers discounted.
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I have the R9000 myself running voxel with PIA vpn set up on it and have every device running through it and it copes beautifully (y)

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First result when you google r7800 vpn


na, l doubt it last time checked on my old Nighthawk l got lots of confusing answers.

WiFi booster for those far to reach places - NETGEAR N300 Mbps Universal £11.89 prime / £16.38 non prime @ Amazon
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Cheapest I have seen this. Just got a second one to put in a room where the WiFi is poor. Is it it me or can no one live without WiFi nowadays!!! Anyway cracking deal deal for q… Read more
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Got mine and am using it to improve the response of my Ring Doorbell. Its doing a good job at that and was worth the small outlay...


Yeah could be! After trying it in the same room and for it not to work properly. I thought this is not good or probably a faulty one who knows. At the end, it didn’t work for me very well..


Yep. It's not this device, but the "Installation without WPS" instructions on here should be much the same with this ...


5/6 metres is a fair bit for one of these especially if there are walls in the way. With line of sight, that range should be OK. It's a cheap one remember, wifi range will be less than most routers, so it's all about finding the sweet spot. But within the same room? Not sure what went on there. Even one of the garbage ones (worse than this) with internal antenna should be fine within the same room! Sounds like it either didn't connect properly (can be a bit fiddly) or you got a dud one.


I watched a video and I believe you can since he just had to sign in using his password

NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 (Prime) / £20.48 (non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 @ Amazon NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount SwitchNETGEAR Etherne… Read more
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The same router, but in a plastic housing, is £14.99. I’d probably pay the extra pound for this one though as it looks much better.


comparing with these 2 TP-LINK TL-SG1008D 8-Ports Gigabit Desktop Ethernet Switch vs NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch ,, wich one should i get it ? thank you


Yes it is ok to use with Powerline.


Fine with a power adaptor. It is how I use mine...The powerline will basically "bridge" one route to the other and what you have either end is of no relevance to the powerline. I may get one of these. I have a TP Link currently behind my TV but my Kodi just will not stream so I don't know if it is the network switch, my new TV or my new Amp that is causing the issue at the moment!


I would have thought this was fine to use with a powerline adapter ... if you buy from zon , they pay no tax, but customer returns are good (Your morals may vary) :)

NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Tri-Band £170.99 2-Pack / £215.99 3-Pack @ Amazon
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Good price for the 3 pack! Currently £300 at Curry’s.

This or the bigger vellop??


Ubiquity is better


Have had the RBK43 3-pack for ~6 months now and can't recommend it highly enough - we get excellent coverage across the house and near 100% of the 200mbps bandwidth from our Virgin connection over the wireless network


Very useful to know, thanks!


There's differences in wi-fi speed, back-haul bandwidth, USB Ports, Ethernet ports and internal memory between some of the different options, so it's worth having a good look at the details in the link above before deciding what option is best for you, And considering the "handover" between satellite units can be problematic sometimes, i'd recommend going for a 2 pack of the bigger units instead of 3 of the smaller ones.

Netgear Orbi RBK50 Amazon Deal Of The Day £219.99
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Cheapest I have seen for a while, and according to the 3 camels...
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Installed a 3 pack set up at a client. The dedicated backhaul channel makes a difference. Positioning is important but works well and has no call backs.


what exactly are you automating with a router? ive only ever plugged mine in and left it on



Ubiquity all day long


Ah well, bought. Going to try it and see while this price is available as it's pretty much the cheapests it's been on Amazon. If no good, straight back to Amazon so fingers crossed.

NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Up to 4000 sq ft Coverage), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps), Circle Parental Controls and Alexa Enabled, White £249.99 @ Amazon deal of the day
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (up to 4000 sq ft coverage), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - Circle Parental Controls and Alexa enabledOrbi by NETGEAR is a simple and … Read more
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Great deal for these. Thanks OP!


Heat from me crazy.


It's dropped to £219.99 now if that helps anyone's decision.


Picked up an MW6 triple pack from Solwise recently for £93.61 although think they maybe sold out now. So far its not been very reliable in bridge mode, devices keep dropping off the network and the cubes randomly drop connection even with ethernet backhaul. I have tried some changes with advice from support and they have been stable for last 24 hours which is a first so fingers crossed. Also seems to be causing issues with the Amazon Fire TV devices as it clashing with the wifi direct. Considering returning and replacing with Orbs TBH.


Do you have a link to where you bought the MW6? I wanting to upgrade the **** poor wifi at my house. Ta.

NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 @ Amazon - £89.99
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
ADSL/ VDSL Modem router. Just seen this reduced from £150, hit purchase and thought I would share.

Just got my router today, WiFi signal is stronger than the ASUS I had so happy


Have you guys got the latest firmware update? I have installed 3 of these for friends and family and have zero issues. Strong wifi across all bands and super stable. This is for the router only version.


I had the N 7000. It was ok but it broke and the price of sending it back to the states to be repaired 'under warranty' essentially means that you are only getting amazon's 6 month warranty. Won't be getting another netgear.


If this is anything like the modem-less R7000, then I'd give it an enthusiastic miss. I managed to get an R7000 2 years ago for £60 which seemed like a great deal at the time. The signal output on both 2.4ghz and 5ghz is worse than a free low end ISP router. I consistently get far better signal strength when going through an ISP provided router when they're placed in the exact same location (and the other is off to ensure it's a fair test). The router does have some good features, like the software, guest network, network wide VPN, but this can be flashed onto many other routers with OpenWRT or DD-WRT. Add on the fact that some of the exploits found in the default firmware have been hilariously simple, it's clear that this is a poor quality router.



NETGEAR EX2700 Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Booster & Range Extender - £11.99 (Prime) £16.48 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Ideal for extending WiFi to devices like the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, iPad 2, and PlayStation 3 Extend WiFi up to 300 Mbps. Wi-Fi Band : 2.4 GHz Convenient wall-plug design; … Read more
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Hi there will this boost a wi-fi signal to a yi outdoor wireless camera?


What phone? Most phones should automatically connect to the strongest signal.


I got mine last week. I’m no expert. Plug in press button, works. Signal at the bottom of the garden. Happy with it.


Just tested one of these. Very poor range (router -> booster) means this cannot be recommended. Both these type of extenders and powerline adapter (pairs) give very variable results. This extender gave much better results for me at £22


Great price for WiFi extender! I bought it from Very last month for £15 and I thought I bought at best price (annoyed)

NETGEAR PL1200 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter  (1GB Ethernet Port)  pack of 2 - £36.59 @ Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
I was looking to replace my AV500 powerline adapters, looking through amazon and found these, better than most with 1200Mbps, usually means you get closer to that GB speed throughp… Read more
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This review on Amazon kills the product dead: "Product quality is great, but let me explain why it deserves only 2-star. Imagine you have remotely located router which serves as internet access point, now you connect it to network and all work great... until you switch off your PC, TV or local network would be inactive (at night, for instance). Then you will end up with HomePlug on the side of your router going to power saving mode and the only way to deactivate this mode is to reset this plug (unplugging it). There is no official way you can deactivate this mode. Some people tried deactivating it via Zyxel utility, but it doesn't save this state (it saves it in utility, but plugs would go to power saving mode anyway). Netgear Manufacturer states on their official page that it can't be deactivated and they do not plan to add this possibility in the future. It is beyond my understanding as other manufacturers have the option to deactivate this mode. 4x plugs have been returned and will go with the alternatives. Just be aware."


Nice. Quick question who here actually gets more then 200mbs ? I get 150 at uni in east london and 20 max at home.


You missed one


There are different chipset vendors - products marketed as 2000Mbps primarily use Qualcomm chipsets whereas products marketed as 1200Mbps tend to use Broadcom. They achieve their speeds in different ways (bandwidth etc) and the way the marketed speed is determined also seems to vary slightly (neither has any basis in reality). Without getting too technical, most tests find 2000Mbps products to be not significantly better than 1200Mbps products - and in many cases worse.


any good? is it better than AV500 TP-link??

NETGEAR  Orbi RBK53 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System at a great price £349.99 Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Been watching this kit for a wee while now. Was £399, then shot up to £457 and now it's down to £349. Pretty much the lowest it's been for this pack.
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Thanks op, I bought it. good spot


Here's the camels graph:- Yesterday was clearly a very good day to buy if you're interested in this product. Thanks again OP.


Great deal. Thanks OP. Don't let the moaners put you off. Now back up to £438 though! I wish people would vote based on the relative value of the deal and not their personal opinion on the product. For the uninformed, the Orbi system is considered the best performing and top of the range mesh solution for people with big/awkward houses or gardens and is in a different class to cheap wi-fi extenders.


They clearly haven't done the research when it comes to new tech, coverage and speed. Aa someone who has tried all sorts of repeaters in a Victroian 1980 bricked walled property, this has been the only kit/tech that was stable enough while covering the whole house (3 floors). Tried others such as BT, TP Link, Google etc equivalents with no where near the same results.


So ugly

NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 £89.99 Amazon
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Looks like they price matched with Argos and Argos/ebay.

Iv set 3 of these up for friends and family members and had no issues with firmware updates or the router.


I've got this as my my previous TP link router kept having to be reset every other day. This in comparison is a little more complicated to set up but so far works very well with more options.


Mine got borked during a recent firmware update, which was a pain. Factory reset was ineffective, so had to telnet the firmware into it. The software recommended to do this by Netgear did not work after multiple attempts. In the end had to use Windows 10 built in function via the command prompt. All the existing settings were lost, another pain because I have quite a complicated setup with multiple routers and networks hanging off the D7000. Oh, and you have to pay a subscription to use the Disney Circle parental control functions of any value, despite it being marketed as being 'built in' to the router.


This has some very poor reviews on Amazon - I love my Draytek Vigor 130 so would recommend it highly.


This or draytek 130 with unifi ap AC?

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