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This is the number one brand I sell, which is what makes this news so disappointing. But hey, most people I sell to wont even know the difference. I always upsell one level so that hopefully there will be no problems.
I've had LinkSys,ZyXEL and Netgear.
I keep going back to Netgear.
Just installed a new 802.11ac Netgear R6300.
Right now,not much better than the WNDR4500 it replaced.
Now the limiting factor is the Killer 1103 and Intel 6300 wireless cards in my notebooks.
I'm waiting for the A6200 802.11ac USB adapter to test the 5ghz band past 450Mbps.
I don't have high hopes that Intel and Qualcomm Atheros will have a 802.11ac wireless card before the end of the year or later.
Just another reason to always reflash their equipment with DD-WRT.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
EA routers have Marvel chipsets that does not support DD-WRT firmwares.
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