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TP-LINK ARCHER AX1500 802.11ax WiFi 6 Router Review (2020) is a great WiFi 6 router at $70. ▷ Product Link: https://bit.ly/3ggKaMO ▷WiFi Routers, Mesh …
Hello, do you have access to Huawei routers? The cheapest AX router in the market is "Huawei AX3, Quad-Core, AX3000" in Germany. I wonder if it's any good. Do you have any information about this model? Thanks for the great video!
How does this compare to the T-Link AC1900 802.11ac models?
Your phone is not compatible with 802.11ax Check the specs the only phones having wifi 6 rn is samsung and pixel and oneplus. Very few laptops have wifi 6. Dude do better I am 12
I want 802.11ax WiFi 6 Router 4G+
Is this 5g internet router
I view your video on the TP-Link AX1500 Next-Gen Wi-Fi 6 Router and it was excellcent. My question is a configuration question – I have a Netgear C7000 and I want to use the TP-Linkin a Bridge mode can I do that and how. My email is email@example.com I look forward to your comments and answer.
Why do I have a 1 upload speed with the same exact router
hi i went to amazon and i saw many reviews that said you have to pay the subscription to manage the router, is that true? They said it's a monthly fee which is a rip off.
Cons: None. Haha I like that
Just started video, hope to find out if the eithernet ports are 1/1000. You see all the bullshit about wireless speed are wasted if the router eithernet connection to your gig speed modem is only able to push 100 mgps through it. That is 1/10th of what your paying for with your gig speed internet connection.
Bottom line the bullshit advertising about 5ghz wireless speeds leads to wasted money because no matter what your wireless speed is, with 10/100 eithernet port the over all speed is always going to be at max 100 mgps, its all an advertising lie that the companies selling this crap knows about, they always knew its a MAJOR BOTTLENECK.
That is why you never see the eithernet ports specs are on the box! And hell I can't find them online, even for the router in this video.
I've got 3 TpLink routers all screaming about their 856 mgps 5ghz wifi yet the eithernet ports are 10/100 so the fast wireless will NEVER be any faster then that.
I am so pist off
The only thing I would ask is a consistency test for 20 minute consistent data stream over local server. Something like a 200gb transfer over local network to test random drops.
this dude wifi's
no the router sucks AS ! computer showing 1.2 GBPS wifi speed and you got halv av that on a speed test that is really poor performance ! Ive tested the router and same results ! and it SUCKS !
probably the best router review I have ever seen on youtube, keep up the amazing work! Can't wait to receive mine tomorrow
Can we integrate Tp link mesh system?
does it support repeater operation mode ?
How does this compare with the TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 Dual Band Wireless modem? Have you done this product review?
Can you please tell me which router I should go for D-Link DIR X1560 AX1500 or TP-LINK ARCHER AX1500 as both are showing same price on amazon? Will appreciate your quick response? Thanks alot for nice videos.
Thanks for taking your time on that.
Would you recommend this as an access point?
It will be a normal a house with 2 1200sqft levels. I will be using a thin rack mount computer with PFSense as a router then an Arista Layer3 10gbit switch for wired connections. So I just need an AP but I want somethings thats wireless 6 capable.
Now this is how you review a router. Thank you very much for doing all this for us. Thank you very much.
My only question is, how many devices can it simultaneously support?
excellent router for the money. I replaced my Netgear AC1900 for the tp link
Is it better than Xiaomi Ax3600 Aiot router?
Are you sure it supports MU-MIMO?? I only found information that it supports OFDMA, but didn't mention MU-MIMO at allI would only buy if it support MU-MIMO
Impossible to understand this video
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