ASUS RT-N66U – 900Mbps Dual Band Wireless N Router, Gigabit LAN/WAN, 2x USB, Print FTP UPnP VPN Server, IPv6, 8x SSID, Wireless 3D HD content streaming, 3 Year Warranty

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features 2.4GHz and 5GHz Concurrent Dual-Band Transmissions for Strong Signal Strength and Ultra-Fast Connection Rates up to 900Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Ports for the Fastest, Most Reliable Internet Performance Download Master for Wireless Data Storage and Access to Router-Connected USB Storage Devices Expanded Wireless Coverage with Detachable High-Powered Antennas File Sharing, Printer Sharing, and 3G

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Product Features

  • 2.4GHz and 5GHz Concurrent Dual-Band Transmissions for Strong Signal Strength and Ultra-Fast Connection Rates up to 900Mbps
  • Gigabit Ethernet Ports for the Fastest, Most Reliable Internet Performance
  • Download Master for Wireless Data Storage and Access to Router-Connected USB Storage Devices
  • Expanded Wireless Coverage with Detachable High-Powered Antennas
  • File Sharing, Printer Sharing, and 3G Sharing via Two Multi-Functional Built-in USB Ports

Comments

Kub says:

Amazing Range!!!!! I got this router to replace my Linksys E4200 V2. That particular router was fine but I couldn’t get a wifi signal on my iPhone in the main bedroom upstairs. It would randomly disconnect. I had a similar problem with an Apple Airport Extreme. The only router that I actually could get signal in that room was from a Netgear WNDR3700. The signal was however low and sometimes web pages would fail to load.After reading a few reviews I decided to splash out on this Asus flagship router.I have had it running for two weeks now. It came with the latest firmware already installed so must be a new batch. Performance wise I have had zero issues. Where other routers were struggling with signal, this one is giving me full bars on my iPhone! I have had no lag or disconnects at all. I have not had to reboot the router either. This is really a set and forget device, exactly how a router should be.If I have to find fault with it I would say it runs warmer to the touch then all my…

PaleBlueDot says:

Awesome router – Works with BT Infinity well (manual setup required). I’d consider myself a computer expert, and I love this router. It looks awesome, it has an awesome name (Dark Knight), it is rock sold, provides extremely reliable wireless connectivity (only one dropped ping to Google in 2 days), and a shed load of advanced options out of the box for even the most demanding users. You can also install custom firmware (e.g. Merlin’s) and turn on telnet and directly access the Linux shell. Yet, the defaults are sensible so it’s good for beginners too.So why only 4 stars? Well, it refused to work with BT Infinity using it’s “Quick Internet Setup” wizard. This is disappointing given BT is the UK’s biggest ISP. However, it DOES WORK with BT Infinity – you just need to set up the connection manually, and I’ll post the details here in case anybody else has the same issue…Cancel the Quick Internet Setup Wizard. Goto WAN (on the left). WAN Connection Type = PPPoE. Enable WAN = Yes. Enable NAT = Yes. Get WAN IP automatically = Yes…

Shadow Dancer says:

A thing of Beauty I’ve just signed up for BT Infinity after 5 years of being with ‘Be’, my favourite ISP by far, however, no fibre planned for at least a year. So before I get connected and rather than using the standard BT Home Hub 3 which apparently is a decent bit of kit, I thought I’d upgrade my trusty Netgear DG834GT (tweaked to perfection) to a decent Router. I decided I would stay with what I knew and after reading some great reviews I went for the . It was simple to set up and easy to get online but I wasn’t impressed with the size, build quality or the range of the wireless so I looked around again. I almost went for the RT-N56U but thought ‘what the hell’, may as well go for the flagship and ended up with the RT-N66U.First thing I noticed was how much smaller and heavier the RT-N66U was when compared to the Netgear, it’s solid and just looks so beautiful , I…

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