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Topic # 175464 30-Jun-2015 19:23
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can you guys please suggest a good vlan tagging router for fiber internet!!! 

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  Reply # 1334407 30-Jun-2015 19:25
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budget?

what are your requirements? do you need wifi

would be helpful if you provide more info on what you actually want.

you could have just asked this in your other thread.



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  Reply # 1334439 30-Jun-2015 20:19
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there nothing will be connected by Ethernet cable so all the device is wireless and i am looking for dual band. my budget is around $200-250.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1334467 30-Jun-2015 21:22
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i could suggest you a wifi n dual band thing that has a max speed of 300mbps as you haven't said how many devices or what you will be doing with them.

how far are the devices from the router normally? how big does the coverage area need to be?

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  Reply # 1334620 1-Jul-2015 08:31
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Errm we still spell it fibre.

Q. Will US spelling be compulsory with the TPP??



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  Reply # 1336924 4-Jul-2015 14:34
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Today bought Asus RT-AC56S got connected to spark fiber in minutes. need info ask me

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