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TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Dual-Band Wireless Router £64.99 @ Argos + free Click and Collect
Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Great Price for this Very good router. Very well reviewed Archer C7 covers your home with fast dual band Wi-Fi. The 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band is perfect for sending emails, browsing the… Read more
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Yes but Amazon customer service is much better than Argos .... No doubt about it


Good to know that you got what you need. As mentioned earlier in the post ,I have been after this Router as well but price was not right but at this price this is best one you can get. I hope it will sort out all of your issues.


Yes I saw that and agree best sticking with Argos or Prime...


Thanks for your post though. I've been looking for ages at them so it made me finally bite at this price point and reading all the replies! VM SHs suck! 😜


Its gone down to 62.49 but as i said seller have low feedback hence not allowed on Hot UK deals.Thank you for your message. Its much appreciated

TP-Link Archer C4000 (A20) tri-band wireless router - £150.30 delivered (With Code) @ Box
Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
The Wirecutter’s “best router” pick at a very good price. Should be notably better than most at handling large numbers of devices in modern homes, thanks to its quad-core processor… Read more

Thought I’d update with some initial performance impressions now I’ve received mine. Note, this is in my own house, not the intended location yet. Tested against a Virgin Hub 3 downstairs, and an older wired-in AP used to cover upstairs (Apple Time Capsule). The main caveat is that there were at most 2 devices on the C4000, and generally a number more mostly idle on the VHub, although not on the TC. I put the new C4000 in both locations to test comparative performance. Raw signal strength for all 3 radios was very similar, if not a tiny bit worse than the VHub. It was similar but generally a fraction better than the TC. However, the measured speeds tell a different story. I’ve got a 200Mbps connection, and in one particular trouble spot (bedroom) get as low as 10-30, whether I’m connected to downstairs or upstairs. The C4000 consistently gave me full line speed of 200 on an iPhone XS - 10x performance - if it steered me towards a 5Ghz band, or 40-50 on 2.4Ghz (which it tended to avoid). That was true whether the C4000 was downstairs or upstairs. Another location, at the edge of the VHub’s range, gave me 5-15, but frequently dropped entirely during testing. The C4000 delivered 20-30 and doesn’t drop. Testing with my work T460 laptop gave slightly less impressive results, but always still faster than the existing kit. Given that I’m replacing an Apple Airport in the deployment location, I’m pretty delighted with that and confident it’s going to perform well.


Confession: I haven't set this up myself yet but am in the process as my current Asus router is proving to be unreliable. In addition to a more stable connection I want to set up a separate IoT network (Asus router guest network not suitable). I plan to go for USG (or Edgerouter X) plus an access point as this is the minimum I need (I only have one wired device). This seems to be a common setup. USG has a better GUI but ER-X has more ports. You can add additional access points (including outdoor ones) to increase coverage. Has PoE. I would have recommended pfsense once but puts too much pressure on me when things go wrong. Plus takes more power if you don't have a suitable PC to hand.


I was particularly interested in the setup that you consider superior, as in currently looking to improve my wi-fi setup - SH3, TP-Link powerline extenders plus another TP-Link router upstairs. It works okay, but a little unsure on what would definitely improve things. Thanks


Typical setup would be modem=>USG=>access point (one or more) but if you want wired devices chuck a managed switch in the mix. There's loads of guides on the internet.


What would you recommend? Wired access points? Multiple APs? Better Router? Mesh?

TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 MU-MIMO Dual Band Wireless Gaming Router For £84.99 @ Amazon
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Deal is back in stock, previous thread here but it's expired and seems to have been sold out last month. Supports both 2.4GHz at 600mbps max + 5GHz at 1300mbps max.

Sharing my feedback on the c80 vs the asus-ac85p incase it helps anyone. I've tested the C80 and Asus and found the c80 dwarfed the Asus. Tested both routers with the same devices at the same ranges, under the same loads and at the same times throughout the day (same 4k video and speed tests). Also manually setting the same bands for 2&5ghz. And updating the firmware. At close range (1-4meters) They performed the same. But any distance beyond 8 meters showed the c80 ahead. The Asus did have slighty higher upload speed but no where near the download. One blindspot in the house was the furthest upstairs bedroom where the Asus delivered download speeds between 8-15mbs but the C80 came in at 44-58mbs! The c80 pushed wifi further down the garden too which was a surprise. I have virgin 200mb BB and both routers were a massive improvement to the not so SuperHub3 but found the c80 has done the job for me. Tempted by the Ax50 now! (lol)


I've been using this router for a few days, definitely improves speeds but still need Whole Home for certain areas.


hmm, it looks like it is powered by single core 1.2 GHz ARM processor. But only 4 MB of flash means OpenWrt will never come to the C80. Thinking about it, I wonder if the reason TPlink chose to name it the C80 is because they knew it was minimal spec with no USB sockets, and so not worthy of being called C8 v5. (2017 C8 v4 was powered by dual core 800MHz ARM chip with 128 MB flash)

deaglecat For anyone interested.


Thanks you! I'm looking to replace my SH3 and range is the most important factor at the moment. I noticed the Asus does not have smart connect/smartswitch either which does help when moving around the house. Would normally wait for a better Wifi6 router but the hub is on its last legs.

TP-LINK Archer VR900 V2 WiFi Modem Router - AC 1900, Dual-band £84.97 || VR2100 for £99.99 delivered @ Currys
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Seems like a good deal to me. I thought I would share :). The VR2100 model is also available for £99.99 Link - thanks @itspaz_ Product features For cable or fibre optic broa… Read more

ahh cheers.


You can gey the vr2100 from ccl for the same price delivered


Bah totally missed this. Amazon want a fortune more :(


vr2100 is out of stock online and none in local area for store pickup. anyone used the vr900 with virgin media? ive got the tenda AC15 and its just behaving weird. it won't recognise my 8tb mains powered HDD unless its plugged into a usb extension cable first, totally weird! it keeps dropping out the connection but the lights indicate everything is ok, however suddenly no network.


Correct. It is quite straightforward but you need to set up new router anyway. You don't need BT Hub anymore. I suggest to Google how to do this i.e.

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TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 MU-MIMO Dual Band Wireless Gaming Router - £84.99 at Amazon
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Really good price for this router. It was £99.99 back in May with Covid-19 pricing! Savings also on the AC2300 (£148.66) and the AC5400 (£331.80) Features: 802.11ac Wave2 Wi-… Read more

Thanks that’s helpful. Yes my son was on about pings but I hadn’t got a clue what he’s talking about.


Hmmm, unless there is a service issue with virgin in your area it should beat TalkTalk and just about any other "phone line" style broadband packages. Do you have a laptop / desktop PC? For accurate results you'll need to be connected via ethernet but WIFI can give you a "ball-park" figure if you're in the same room as your wifi router. A site such as should help you diagnose if your son is having real lag issues or is suffering from "gamer lag". Even if he doesn't play fortnite, League of Legends, Call of Duty and CS:GO are good tests here. Take the result from the closest server (Lowest number) and look for inconsistencies. A ping under 30ms is good, 50ms on wifi. A ping approaching or exceeding 100ms is generally bad. A fluctuating ping can be even worse. You could have the best connection to the server imaginable (10ms) but if it spikes up and down +-20ms you have a problem. Ping on wifi will fluctuate more than wired. Look for spikes exceeding 100ms. Let these tests run for at least a minute and disregard the results from the first 10 seconds as the page loads Test when he's not gaming / not home to get a baseline. Test again when he's gaming and especially test if he's complaining of lag.


Thanks. I bought an Ethernet cable but my son says Virgin broadband is terrible for gaming and wants Talk Talk


My sh3 would disconnect when a few metres away, now using a fritzbox and the improvement is massive


Yes slight improvement but not massive. Not sure if it's worth £85 cost 😄 will see if things get better over the next few weeks.

TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 £99.99 @ Amazon UK
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TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 £99.99 @ Amazon UK
Seems like a decent price for AC1900, up-to-date features and x4 external antennas. 802.11ac Wave2 Wi-Fi – 1300 Mbps on the 5 GHz band and 600 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band. 3×3 MIM… Read more
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Range isnt a problem but i need the ability to connect more wifi things to it....too many alexas and smart plugs / lights lol Any advice much appreciated


Oh thank you im plusnet fibre and looking to improve on their router but the ones online dont show the back so i cant compair sockets has the square socket to the fibre connection co-ax ?


Which ISP do you use?


These routers you are discussing are suitable for fibre ? Cheers as i dont want to buy wrong thing !


Definitely old enough but clinging on at the moment!!

TP-LINK TP-Link Archer AX11000 Wireless Router - 8-port - £299.99 / £303.94 delivered @ Very
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TP-LINK TP-Link Archer AX11000 Wireless Router - 8-port - £299.99 / £303.94 delivered @ Very
£304.94£399.9924% £3.99 Very Deals
Looking for a new router for myself and I came across this. Best price I have seen for this in a while and worth a look if you are in the market for a top router. Next best price I… Read more



Competitive gamers likely can feel a ~7% difference. People pay twice the price for monitors with that scale of difference in latency. And of course latency is cumulative so every little helps.


And are you able to notice the difference with +1-2ms???


Using WiFi increases your ping time by circa 1-2ms versus ethernet. That hasn't changed notably in recent years.


I always have under 30ms ping in every online game I play. Again, using WiFi upstairs. Sooo... idk, don't get me wrong ethernet used to be leaps and bounds ahead of WiFi, but nowadays it's a lot closer.

TP-LINK Archer T3U USB Wireless Adapter - AC 1300, Dual-band + 3 Year Guarantee - £16.99 Currys
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TP-LINK Archer T3U USB Wireless Adapter - AC 1300, Dual-band + 3 Year Guarantee - £16.99 Currys
£16.99£21.2620% Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
I was looking for a cheap, but reliable wifi dongle for a Hackintosh, and was about to buy this from Amazon - which is currently £21 - which is still a good price. So I was surpris… Read more

I have a thinclient not build with WiFi, if I buy this and just connect it to the thinclient, would I be good with WiFi Connection?




Try this... Gigabyte GC-WB1733D-I Wireless-AC...


works best. My nephew had a wifi adaptor with his new PC (I found and gave him) and he was getting 2Mbs, he got an ethernet cable now he's getting 200Mbs as he's with virginmedia. I will send him a spare switchbox so he can split over PC, PS4 and so on


like an ethernet cable?

TP-Link Archer AX11000 8-port Wireless Router £365.76 @ CCLOnline
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TP-Link Archer AX11000 8-port Wireless Router £365.76 @ CCLOnline
Main Features Wireless Type: 802.11ax Number of LAN Ports: 8 Port Speed: 10/100/1000Mbps USB Port(s): Yes WPS Support: Yes

You don't need to spend £300 on a router do that


I need something that can transmit with a link speed at 1733Mbps minimum on the 5GHz band.... Can this do that?


Any examples?


Cheaper at Scan and eBuyer


It looks like a toy XD

TP-Link Archer MR600 AC1200 Mbps 4G+ Cat6 at Amazon £89.99
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TP-Link Archer MR600 AC1200 Mbps 4G+ Cat6 at Amazon £89.99
£89.99£11924%Amazon Deals
Decent 4G+ router for those with rubbish adsl speeds but good mobile signal. From Amazon 'TP-Link Archer MR600 AC1200 Mbps 4G+ Cat6 Mobile Wi-Fi Router Dual Band, 4G/3G Network S… Read more

Hi everyone, my mobile router Huawei E5573s-320 is dying and I urgently need to get a new one as I'm working remotely via my broadband contract with Three Ireland. I read this whole thread but my knowledge in router/Internet technology is very limited and I won't have time to study this topic thoroughly, so I'd be very grateful if any router-savvy could take 2 minutes to tell me the main difference(s) between the models MR200, MR400 and MR600 :) My budget is around £100 and here's my Speedtest result if this may help you understanding my current connection: Thanks!


I have the Archer MR200. I'm using Smarty and get 12mb download on 4g and 20mb on 3g. Would a new router change this?


I have a Huawei B612 and the signal is good but it drops out when my mobile signal is good. My OnePlus 7 phone takes two sim cards so I put both in it. Same... the phone sim works a lot better than the unlimited broadband sim. Both on 3. I had a replacement unlimited sim and there's no difference. 4G signal is very good. Why??


Ok thanks


The TP link MR6400 will work on Three.

Free £20 Steam Voucher With Tp-link Archer Ax6000 Next-gen Wi-fi 6 Router £285.99
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Free £20 Steam Voucher With Tp-link Archer Ax6000 Next-gen Wi-fi 6 Router £285.99
Hello Gamers: £285.99 INC VAT for TP-LINK AX6000 WI-FI 6 ROUTER (WAS £350.94 SAVE £65.00 + earn a £20 Steam Vouchers) KEY FEATURES Astonishing wireless speeds up to 5952Mbp… Read more

Eek! Dead spider!


I take it people are clueless as to what the speeds and such mean on routers and as for using cables I’d hate to see the state of your house if you have Ethernet running everywhere through it xD


stupid price just use a 5£ Ethernet cable if speed is that much on a problem


Basically not worth it (lol)


Only worth it if you get 6gbps broadband and a device that can connect at that speed

TP-Link Archer X50 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Router - £129.99 @ Argos
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TP-Link Archer X50 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Router - £129.99 @ Argos
£129.99£169.9924%Argos Deals
First time seeing this new wifi-6 router on offer. Was 169.99, now £129.99 (take to checkout to see new price) With the Next-Gen Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 ax), Archer X50 deli… Read more
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Picked mine up today. Stuck my superhub3 into modem mode. Took me a little while to work out I had swopped the ssids around for 2g and 5g. On 5g getting over 200mbps in rooms even upstairs. Impressed that upnp picked up the ports for my CCTV. I also got a business version switch so all my wired connections come from that into one port on the router and then just the cable for super hub into the router


eero pro is the Amazon new whole home wifi product like the TP-Link Deco series. It needs 2 to 3 even more units working together to provide a whole-home wifi coverage. But just for faster speed and no requirement in large coverage, AX50 should be better. Plus, the price of eero pro is soooooooooo high.


Which is better this kind of routers or eero pro from amazon, I don't understand the difference, could someone explain please, just want to improve my WiFi connection


Yes. TP Link gear is decent, and this particular model is a good one. Their firmware is sold and has lots of useful features. Only thing is it will struggle a bit trying to route over about 3-400Mb/sec with large numbers of connections, e.g. bittorrent. But so will almost all consumer grade routers. For very high capacity use get an x86 router box from AliExpress and run pfSense. Otherwise these are brilliant. The WiFi is pretty solid too.


Will all of these kind of routers work with Crappy Mediahub?

TP-Link Archer C1200 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router - £40 Instore @ Tesco’s Sevenoaks
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TP-Link Archer C1200 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router - £40 Instore @ Tesco’s Sevenoaks
£40 reduced from £80 in store Tescos Sevenoaks, could be nationwide. Took pictures without buying and very much regret it now I've been able to look it up properly ;( £56.85 on… Read more
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Had this router 3 years now, excellent in my opinion no problems, only had one recently where the 5G to Xbox kept disconnecting but think that was more my internet fluctuating


fwiw, the two photos show this to be the VDSL modem router Archer 'VR400' model. Not the 'C1200' non-modem model. One of the 4 LAN ports is dual function LAN/WAN, so this router can be used in non-modem mode, such as for connecting to Virgin Cable after putting Superhub in 'bridge' mode. There is no DD-WRT or OpenWRT support for this modem router.


Think its the "Fi".


What about the WiFi fails?


I picked up the c50 for 17.99, definitely worth checking your local

Get a FREE Archer TX3000E Wi-Fi 6 Adapter worth £59.99 when you buy TP-Link Archer AX50 4-port Wireless Cable Router £169.99 CCL Computers
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Get a FREE Archer TX3000E Wi-Fi 6 Adapter worth £59.99 when you buy TP-Link Archer AX50 4-port Wireless Cable Router £169.99 CCL Computers
£169.99£229.9826%CCLOnline Deals
Get a FREE Archer TX3000E Wi-Fi 6 Adapter worth £59.99! when you buy TP-Link Archer AX50 4-port Wireless Cable Router Wireless Type: 802.11ax Number of LAN Ports: 4 Port Spe… Read more

I've actually got a TX3000E connecting to an AX6000 on Wifi6 5ghz (router and adapter on different floors). It's eliminated all dropouts, haven't had a dropped connection once. A file transfer from a PC connected to the router through Ethernet to the adapter has a transfer speed that goes between 25-50megabytes a second which is much faster than I had before, It seesaws between those rates but I don't know how much of that is down to interference on windows flaky file transfer protocols. I will say that it matches the issues people have had with this chipset though. TLDR: significantly better than AC but there will almost certainly be better, 2nd gen adapters coming out somepoint this year.


TP-Link AX50/AX3000 is powered by Intel/Lantiq GRX350 processor and WAV654 wifi according to wiki page This is a bit odd because the GRX350 is usually found in VDSL modem routers. This AX50 does not have a DSL modem port for FTTC/VDSL2 connection..... Other Wifi-6 routers on the market from Asus (RT-AX56) and Netgear (AX8) seem to favour Broadcom chipset. TP-Link also make a AX10/AX1500 but it is not sold in the UK. It uses Broadcom chipset. The very few reviews on Amazon UK for the AX50/AX3000 don't look favourable. At end of the day, they are all '1st generation' Wifi-6 products. There are likely to be a few teething/compatibility problems, much like when 802.11ac products were announced almost a decade ago.


In real life use 802.11ax seems to offer double the speed if using the 2.4GHz band but on the 5GHz band it isn't actually much faster than 802.11ac. Review of the Archer TX3000E adapter:


Wow! sounds like a good deal.

TP-LINK Archer C5400 WiFi Cable & Fibre Router - AC 5400, Tri-band Currys PCworld - £189.97 inc. free Del
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TP-LINK Archer C5400 WiFi Cable & Fibre Router - AC 5400, Tri-band Currys PCworld - £189.97 inc. free Del
£189.97£209.9910%Currys PC World Deals
Info copied from the Currys page: Product features For cable or fibre optic broadband AC 5400 Ideal for high internet use Tri-band (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz + 5 GHz) MU-MIMO gives everyon… Read more

It’s worse when on Gfast. I got one from Alibarba for about £80 but couldn’t get it to setup to just work as a modem as when entering the details for ISP it wanted to control NAT etc. Ended up getting the MT992 for £150 of eBay. Until this month when a few came on the market most were wanting £300! Still now I’ve got that linked to a Nest Wifi and it is rock solid. Will add more nest Wi-fi (not the access point as its half the sped and no Ethernet) in the future


get a ubiquiti edgerouter X they cost about £50. ignore anyone who says oh it's too complicated or you need to be a genius / IT professional to use it. you don't it has wizards to set up where you just click an option and press next and save. or if you want it to be, then yeah you can do some complex stuff with it. you will never have to reset it.


What dedicate router would you recommend? I’m on virgin too


Mine was 3yrs ago lol


yikes £85 for a modem. I picked up a used but almost new Huawei/Openreach VDSL modem for £15 on eBay

TP-Link AX11000 MU-MIMO Tri-Band Gaming Router £327.11 @ Ebuyer / eBay
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TP-Link AX11000 MU-MIMO Tri-Band Gaming Router £327.11 @ Ebuyer / eBay
£327.11£378.9914%eBay Deals
Possibly the best router on the market at the moment. Overkill for nearly everyone but its a good £60 cheaper than anywhere else at the moment


Lol flying router


looks like landing pod for aliens or so (:I actually.. you can use this to perfect landing skills with micro drones :D :D


Is it over 250 grams


Not sure why the link is broken try this

TP-Link Archer MR400 AC1200 Dual Band 4G Mobile Wi-Fi Router, SIM Slot Unlocked £89.99 Amazon
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TP-Link Archer MR400 AC1200 Dual Band 4G Mobile Wi-Fi Router, SIM Slot Unlocked £89.99 Amazon
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Decent 4G router, if you’re looking for a mobile broadband. No Configuration Required Removable Wi-Fi Antennas UK Plug Limited Amazon offer :)

Maybe better this? TP-Link Archer MR600 AC1200 Mbps 4G+ Cat6 Mobile Wi-Fi Router Dual Band, 4G/3G Network SIM Slot Unlocked, No Configuration required, Support Guest Network & Parental Control, UK Plug


Can somebody please tell me the difference between this and the ac750 (mr200) I was planning to buy the ac750 from argos with my Xmas present love2shop vouchers. I am looking to ditch virgin media, I only use the Internet for surfing, shopping and my hive heating very little online gaming (fifa 20) No streaming of video etc.. I have narrowed it down to a tp link or huawei b535, b525 b315. Many thanks people.

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
£39.99£49.0618%Amazon Deals
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 e… Read more

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


I bought one and it is v2.


What have you replaced them with?


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


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?

TP-Link Archer C50 AC1200 Dual Band Wireless Cable Router £29.70 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Archer C50 AC1200 Dual Band Wireless Cable Router £29.70 @ Amazon
Upgrades powerful 802.11 ac Wi-Fi technology to experience smoother HD streaming and online gaming, delivering up to 1200 Mbps of Wi-Fi speed over dual 5 GHz (867 Mbps) and 2.4 GHz… Read more

Noob question - will this work with Sky Fibre?


Can use with BT line services, it has no fibre port, needs fibre adapter. :D


Thick noob question. It says cable router. So for virgin fibre only or can use with BT line services?


I'm afraid not, it just takes £29.70, what else you want it do? As I know, some ASUS Router can use Open WRT, you can have a try. (y)


This one under promo too, you can check if like. :D

TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Cable Router - £49.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Cable Router - £49.99 @ Amazon
£49.99£64.9923%Amazon Deals
This is a relatively high spec router with excellent 2.4/5GHZ range. (Router only, no internal modem). Usual amazon price was £65 until today.

Yep, no modem mode on recent sky routers, but they do support a DMZ, put the tp-link in the sky's DMZ and it should route all incoming traffic to it. Still be better to get a vdsl router though, so you can just bung the sky router in the cupboard and forget about it until you need sky to sort a service fault.


I have the TP-LINK Archer VR600 and it supports SKY, Its even in a dropdown box in the setup menu. And as as pointed out, you do not even need your Sky Pasword any longer. Just make sure you select VDSL option. Does not need to be hooked up to your old modem either. Has built in FTP server for the two USB ports built in, Gigabit Ethernet, and Mediaserver built in. My TV sees it off the bat. Have IOS, and Android media players, and it streams faultlessly to them, remotly, via WIFI or Cellular. Faster than he junk SKY supplied, on my fiber connection. 73d/19u And the Wifi Signal is much better. Oh, not to mention, you can play to your hearts content with any DNS server you want. I use Adguard DNS, no ads on any of my devices while connected to it. You can also set the DNS induviduly for both the 2.4g & 5g connection. Has guest network to There are newer versions that have USB3 ports, but I'm happy.


Agree, if you're short on power, sockets or space, don't buy this. That's not strictly true... you can turn off AP & DHCP on the Sky router. Then assign a fixed IP for the Sky router on the TPlink and let it handle the routing across you own network.. I've tried this setup and also using an HG612. Despite the extra hop there is no latency difference but you need to know how to set it up. Bottom line..... if you want to buy this, I think it's the cheapest it's ever been..


You cannot set the Sky router to modem only mode. It will still be in charge of all the routing as you cannot configure these settings with Sky. You need to either get a router with a modem built-in(supports adsl/vdsl) or get a unlocked Openreach modem off ebay etc. You could however turn off DHCP on the TP-Link and make it in to an glorified access point, if you don't mind being restricted by the Sky routers limited settings/functionality to manage your network.



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