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  Reply # 1116133 26-Aug-2014 21:36
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The aforementioned awesome wiki....

http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Default_Configurations 



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  Reply # 1116195 27-Aug-2014 07:21
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I've sent the recommendation to my friend. Thanks guys, I may hit you up later for more info, and if anyone wants to give me a quick guide how to set it up (set a static IP and any firewall required) I'm all ears (or eyes).




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  Reply # 1125668 10-Sep-2014 11:59
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timmmay: I've sent the recommendation to my friend. Thanks guys, I may hit you up later for more info, and if anyone wants to give me a quick guide how to set it up (set a static IP and any firewall required) I'm all ears (or eyes).


Just following-up if you need help let me know, I live around the corner from you.






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  Reply # 1125673 10-Sep-2014 12:05
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Thanks Michael, much appreciated. My friend is planning on buying it at some stage, that may be weeks or months depending on his finances. I've loaned him a WRT54GL as a WAP in the mean time.




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I'm looking to replace our Linksys router as its on the way out, reading this thread it looks like this one is the go? http://www.gowifi.co.nz/coming-soon-new-products/mikrotik-rb951g-2hnd-high-power-802.11n-gigabit-wireless-router.html

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 plan on pairing it with a Draytek Vigor 130 for VDSL

Is it worth going for one of these over an AC router like the Asus RT-AC52U? http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?r=p&partid=21462

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  Reply # 1127290 12-Sep-2014 15:27
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Trunks2: I'm looking to replace our Linksys router as its on the way out, reading this thread it looks like this one is the go? http://www.gowifi.co.nz/coming-soon-new-products/mikrotik-rb951g-2hnd-high-power-802.11n-gigabit-wireless-router.html

I
 plan on pairing it with a Draytek Vigor 130 for VDSL

Is it worth going for one of these over an AC router like the Asus RT-AC52U? http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?r=p&partid=21462


Really it is up to you, the Mikrotik is a learning curve however it is a very capable router especially for its price, the Asus is a more costly router but still really capable.




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