Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 1, 2019.
The AX200 M.2 cards are out now, couldn't those have been used to test AX?
See this router and think about the Krull Glaive for some reason
4 gbit porst and 1 2.5gbit port? could the not make them all 2.5gbit? mean while according to this even the 2.4gh surpashes 1 gbit speeds?
They've been announced, but I have not seen any availability. It's not like if I flick my fingers that stuff appears on my desk you know. But feel free to supply them and I'd be happy to check it out
Wow I just bothered to check the prices on this almost 500$ for a router and the skimped on the ethernet? I think 199 is about far as I will to go on router
I do have question maybe HH can answer. have router hit point where there powerfull enough to have QOS enabled and wired lines can push 500+mbit with out bogging down other clients wired and wifi? talking atlest 2 wired connection and 8+ wifi connections my AC66U could push 200+ mbit but only if QOS was off if it was on it maxed out at around 110mbit
I current using sagecom fast 5260 and it can handle data fast enough soon as 1 person is streaming anything, any game mobile or other wise starts to slow down on it connection speeds, soon as streaming stops it fine. my AC66U is better then this Sagecom Router. Next time I take trip back NJ take that AC66U with me I was at some point thing of getting the AC86U never got around to right now it only me really using internet here but that will change once rest of people come to this house.
Netgate SG-1100 with PfSense: $159.00 US sourced from netgate.com store.
EnGenius EnTurbo EAP2200 Triband 11ac Wave2 AP: $178.00 US sourced from newegg.com.
This is probably overkill for most people, but I feel would be a better value than this asus rog thing. I am not trying to hate on asus routers (have used several i liked) but if you are going to spend several hundred dollars on network equipment, get better than consumer grade.
I might try the most powerful linksys router with openwrt snapshot and software offload enabled... with Cake QoS on piece of cake setting...
my router is a wndr4300 with a rating of just about 280 bogomips (a general ipc/mhz prediction for SOCs) and it can do about 100mbps download and about 30-40mbps upload of shaping... look online and extrapolate from that info
Not fan of linksys. nor am familier with bogomips term i fact i never heard of till just now. I just know my AC66U capped out at 100mbit with QOS on and I had 200mbit connection then, now I have 400mbit connection that easily does 500mbit and there is no QOS on this sagecom fast 5260 router for reason its horrible under powered. all it takes is one person to stream videos and router sudden has problem processing data other connects suffer. If i still played MMO games I would broke down and got new router by now,
Would not mind router with better wifi range even at 5 feet from the router I think the 2ghz and even the 5ghz singal strength is kind on low side, at that range it should be like -25 to 30 if not less but usuall -45 to -60 stand right on top the router and stay in that -45 to -60 range
Im think any quad core even the something like the AC86u would do it