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TP-LINK Archer AX10 Next-Gen WiFi 6 Gigabit Dual Band Router, £60.79 (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU at Amazon
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Good price for this router. Wi-Fi 6 Technology - Archer AX10 is equipped with Wi-Fi 6 technology for faster speeds, greater capacity & reduced network congestion Next-Gen … Read more
savedosh2day

Hi, I am having issues with my Super Hub 4 (Virgin Media) preventing me from accessing my workplace VPN (Draytek). Is it possible to connect this to the Hub 4 and I connect the VPN via this router? Thank you.

hawksface

Any WiFi 6 router should suffice, or even a decent dedicated WiFi 5 router would do it. There's so much out there it's hard to recommend just 1, I just know of these 2 to avoid :) I have the Asus RT-AX82U by the way, seems to work well, but I've not played PCVR via the Quest 2 for a while to test it completely.

rjc98

Any recommendations on what would be a decent buy for this?

Aliz121

Thank you so much for the info, much appreciated. I will not mess around with Firewall for now. So after doing all this, can I connect any mesh system with my router? For better coverage in the house.

TheJadenProject

You need to use a web browser to access the router admin page. Mine was http://192.168.0.1/ Log in using username admin password nowtv There will be a Wireless menu option, click that then under is a 2.4Ghz settings, lower down the page is a tick box to turn the wireless off. Click on 5Ghz and do the same. Don't be connected to it with wireless when you do this! To turn off DHCP, go to Advanced - LAN IP Setup and untick 'Use router as DHCP Server'. Both of these effectively turn it into a broadband modem although it does have a firewall, if you really want to turn that off too, it is in Security - Firewall rules - obviously don't do this unless you know exactly what you are doing. You may need to reboot the router after you do any of these, it will prompt you if that is needed.

TP-Link Archer GX90 Gaming WiFi 6 Wireless Router + Free AX3000 WiFi 6 PCI card £289.99 @ CCLOnline
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Faster. Broader. Unstoppable. Hiher speeds create less congestion for gaming rigs. Archer GX90 provides tri-band Wi-Fi 6 for outstanding online gaming experiences. Once dedicated… Read more
byronhinson1977

Yeah certainly my experience so far. Very few firmware updates for most of their devices. certainly wouldn’t go with them again

anonymoose1

My experience is TP-Link are awful at getting updates out quickly or actually fixing problems. I wouldn't recommend buying anything from them until there's an update out long enough for existing users to test and report positively on. They just don't seem able or willing to support their endless stream of products.

Bargain-hunter97

Seems good price when bought together as bundle. (y) £70 off that works out all together.

byronhinson1977

Think that’s the recommended price. Least it was when I got it over a month back. Also take note, no firmware updates yet and the wifi doesn’t run great with the Series X or PS5 considering it’s aimed for them

TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Cable Router £33.91 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
TP-Link’s Archer C7 comes with the next generation Wi-Fi standard – 802.11ac, 3 times faster than wireless N speeds and delivering a combined wireless data transfer rate of up to 1… Read more
finnmaccool

Got one. Thanks for posting this. I had the same delivery error. Took a few goes for the order to complete

Digiteeruk

Thank you all - I have an Archer C9 that is rock solid but hasn't had a firmware update, hotfix or even a security patch from TP-Link since 2016. Contacted TP-Link last week who assured me "don't worry - its still safe and secure or we would have issued an update!" yhey couldn't answer my next question - no fixes required in a five year old Linux core - really?" The C7 looked interesting as they seem to still be bothered issuing updates for it . Fo how long though, that's another question...

turkey_man

Damn that was a good price. Purchased the C6 for £31 last week and got the OneMesh going this week. Solid

barryw27

Superb router

mlekopan16

I had the delivery error for every single item I've checked. Awww, I wanted to buy it!

TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Cable Router £49.97 @ Amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Looking like a good price for this cable Router. 802.11ac The Next Generation of Wi-Fi TP-Link’s Archer C7 comes with the next generation Wi-Fi standard – 802.11ac, 3 times fas… Read more
Rjm123

Put my Virgin superhub in modem mode and bought this. Never looked back. If you are using the superhub then buy this.

halster65

Wow a great price, have had this for a year, been faultless

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TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 MU-MIMO Dual Band Wireless Router - £59.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 MU-MIMO Dual Band Wireless Router. On special offer at Amazon UK for £59.99. The normal Amazon price is supposedly £99.99, although I’m not sure how often… Read more
Cerberus256

No worries, glad you got it all set up. That profile looks quite normal for Virgin on an uncongested line (Virgin has never traditionally been super aggressive with latency but better bandwidth compared to ADSL/Infinity). So immediate thought is that there should be no concern on the ISP side in your case. If you Google some images of the broadband monitor (or ThinkBroadband I think has some examples) for cases with peak time congestion you can see a regular and repeating pattern of big regions of high latency and even packet loss, but I don't see that here. I would leave the monitor running for some weeks to see if you can corroborate your anecdotal evidence of poor broadband experience with any events in the monitor to be sure, else it would seem like the issue sits downstream of the modem (within the router or external whichever it is). Maybe you have already solved all of this at this point by getting the new router 🙃 Hope this helps. C

MarkySpark

I’m very happy with my purchase of this Archer C80 wireless router. The difference in performance on my 5GHz wifi network is enormous. After updating the wifi card on my son’s PC which is in his bedroom upstairs, he is now getting more than 300 Mbps download speeds and ping times of around 20ms, which is as good as I get on my laptop which is connected via Ethernet.

MarkySpark

Hi Cerberus256, I set up the broadband monitoring tool which you mentioned. Thanks once again for the tip! Attached is a screenshot of what I am seeing over the past 24-hour period. I'm not seeing any significant packet loss at all. What do you think about the latency values? Are these values typical for the Virgin Media 350 Mbps service? The minimum latency is around 10ms, and the average is not much higher than that. But there are many spikes at much higher levels, mainly around 30-40ms, but some as high as 100ms. There are two of us working from home during the day, and two kids who are glued to iPads / computers / phones etc. before and after school. Thanks in advance for your kind advice.

MarkySpark

Hi Cerberus256, Thanks for your great tip! I didn't know that this kind of service like thinkbroadband exists. I have now managed to set this up. At first I couldn't get it to work, and it was showing 100% packet losses. But the thinkbroadband website explained that I had to go into the settings of the wireless router to enable "Respond to Pings from WAN" (under Advanced - Security - Firewall). I'll monitor this over the coming days and weeks. Thanks once again!

MarkySpark

I spoke with Virgin Media tonight. They said that if it’s in modem mode, red/pink/purple colour is OK. Not sure whether I believe them 100%. But it definitely doesn’t feel like it’s overheating at all.

TP-Link Archer C6 AC1200 MU-MIMO Wireless Gigabit Cable Router/Access Point, £31.21 (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU at Amazon
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Good offer from Amazon. Supports 802.11ac standard Simultaneous 2.4GHz 300 Mbps and 5GHz 867 Mbps connections for 1200 Mbps of total available bandwidth 4 external antennas … Read more
chudofbroady

Is this what I need to connect to my ont on the openreach network for fttp? I'm thinking of using an ISP that don't supply a router that's why I am asking. Thanks.

ndksamb

Thank you

siankatabg

Ethernet from your router to the cabin and there this/other router connected to the cable, right? If yes, yea to both your questions. It has 4 ethernet ports and by reviews a good WiFi coverage. Some info here: (probably not the best one, but you'll find a better one once you get to the point of connecting and configuring) lifewire.com/connect-routers-on-a-home-network-818060

ndksamb

If someone could help me it would be most appreciated. We recently got a garden office /cabin in the garden. At first I tried a WiFi booster This it didn't work as signal wouldn't go through walls. So I purchased some powerline adapters These. They do work if I am connected via ethernet cable I get a decent hardwired speed and can watch Netflix etc and it only gives approx 6mbs on WiFi. But if we turn on oven/hoover/ tumble dryer it seems to drop connection. So I was looking at running an ethernet cable out there from the router. Would one of these connected in the garden give me WiFi out there along with a strong hard wired option? Hopefully it make sense what I'm trying to ask. Thanks

finnmaccool

Hi all. Is this a better buy than the Tenda AC6 Routeur WiFi AC 1200Mbps. I'm going to stick the nowtv router I have into modem mode and plug one of these in