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Ultimate Geek


# 243777 31-Dec-2018 14:16
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Hi fellow Geekzoners, 

 

Due to my recent change of network setup, I now have two wireless routers below to get rid of:

 

  • Asus RT-AC87U AC2400 dual band wireless router, includes power adaptor & four detachable antennas. Can be used with majority of ISPs in NZ for UFB. USB 3.0 port on the front does not work, not sure about the other one at the back as I have never needed to use either. Currently running stock Asus F/W but can also be flashed with DDWRT/Tomato etc. Asking for $130 ONO with $10 shipping to anywhere in NZ. 

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  • Tenda W1800R AC1750 dual band wireless router, includes power adaptor & three detachable antennas. Running stock Tenda F/W but again DDWRT/Tomato supported. I had used this router as an AP only, with the Asus as the main gateway into the ONT. This router does not support vlan tagging its factory firmware, but can be used with ISPs that uses PPPOE for authentication (have tested this my ISP which uses PPPOE). Looking for $80 ONO with $10 shipping to anywhere in NZ. 

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I am in Flat Bush, Auckland for those that want to pick up.

 

I could also do $190 for both with free shipping.

 

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I'll be listing these on TM if no takers by the end of this week but thought I'd give fellow Geekzoners first dibs. 

 

Cheers Ray


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Ultimate Geek


  # 2152746 31-Dec-2018 18:05
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Uber Geek


  # 2152749 31-Dec-2018 18:10
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Why do you need to bump this? It's been there less than four hours and was already the highest topic in the forum.


 
 
 
 




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Ultimate Geek


  # 2152767 31-Dec-2018 20:25
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RunningMan:

Why do you need to bump this? It's been there less than four hours and was already the highest topic in the forum.



Sorry, first time posting in this forum, didn't read the rules properly, won't happen again.



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Ultimate Geek


  # 2154415 4-Jan-2019 14:57
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Both routers are now listed on TM since there hasn't been much interest here. 


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