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    [Review] Asus RT-AX3000 / RT-AX58U

    Would this be a worthy upgrade from a T-Mobile AC1900?
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    Advice with router settings

    Please correct me if I'm wrong, lets see if I understand this correctly. If Speedtest only measures the ISP provided bandwith to my router, to measure the speed the router provides to my home network I need to use another method to measure client-to-client transfer speeds. So, what accounts...
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    Advice with router settings

    They haven't been cascaded yet, both local IP addresses of the routers are 192.168.1.1 when they're connected. All the profiles on my clients are new profiles set up when the routers were hooked up to the modem the first time at the new apartment. Both routers were set to 20 MHz when connected...
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    Advice with router settings

    I took a further look at the Speedtest.net results and it appears the consistently slow results (from the Cisco E2000) are from a different Internet IP Address than the consistently fast results (N300R). Is there any way to assign the same address the N300R was using to get those speeds on the...
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    Advice with router settings

    Only the Cisco is 2.4 OR 5ghz capable, and NOT simultaneous, the N300R is 2.4 ghz only. So I'll set the Cisco at 5ghz @ 40mhz channel width and leave the N300R at 2.4ghz with 20/40mhz coexistence on. I'll turn of DHCP on the N300R and connect it via LAN to the E2000, and that should be it...
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    Advice with router settings

    Thanks for the reply. I've tried both routers with them set to either 20mhz or Auto and in each situation the N300R blows the doors off the E2000. Yea I understand speed differences between same class routers but didn't think the difference would be THAT big (25-30mbps), especially between a...
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    Advice with router settings

    Hey all, I'm new to the site, but not new to networking/PCs. Networking has never been my forte but I understand the basics and have been setting up basic networks for years, nothing too advanced though and have never been concerned with the speeds I was getting too much. I recently moved and...
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