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    R7800 SmallNetBuilder Review

    That is odd, DD-WRT has no hw nat acceleration, how come it is faster than stock?
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    Router IPv6 Address Responds to ICMP on WAN - Security Risk?

    Some routers like those from TP-Link, have no SPI Firewall available on the IPv6 connection, leaving some ports visible from the outside.
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    Synology RT2600ac Router Reviewed

    Has anyone actually tried sawing the legs off? Not being able to wall mount this properly is a problem.
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    Custom firmware build for R7800 v. 1.0.2.25SF & v. 1.0.2.29SF

    Looks like there's a new official firmware version 1.0.2.28 that fixes "security issues". The Netgear page still links to the 1.0.2.20 firmware though, you'll have to manually change the download link to 1.0.2.2.zip...
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    [Article] - MU-MIMO Retest: Six Routers Compared

    TP-Link published a new firmware on 22/06/16 that claims to 2.Improved the MU-MIMO performance. http://www.tp-link.com/us/download/Archer-C2600.html#Firmware Since it is now a whole year after this article was first published, maybe a Retest Round 2 is in order? ;)
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    RT-AC87U running hot.

    It is normal, the Broadcom cpu is still on 40nm(higher profit margin?), comparable Qualcomm cpus are 28nm and therefore cooler.
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    Custom firmware build for R7800 v. 1.0.2.23SF & v. 1.0.2.24SF

    Not just the message but rather preventing the 5GHz radio from allowing non ac clients to connect. The Up to 1733 Mbps selection would still broadcast 802.11a/n frames and allow a/n clients to connect to it .
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    Custom firmware build for R7800 v. 1.0.2.23SF & v. 1.0.2.24SF

    Is it possible to change the default Wifi Mode setting from "Up to xxMbps" to something more conventional like n only/n+ac/ac only? It would be nice to lock down the 5GHz to ac only operation.
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    R7800 New Firmware 1.0.2.12

    I have never seen any other router manufacturer updating their OpenSSL library in a firmware update before. In fact when it comes to security patches, seems like only Netgear and Asus are routinely fixing them in firmware updates.
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    R7800 New Firmware 1.0.2.12

    Those are some serious security flaws, especially the remote management one. Good to see Netgear actively closing them.
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    TP-LINK Archer C9 Reviewed

    Here: http://www.snbforums.com/threads/tp-link-archer-c7-good-for-ipv6.22417/ And I asked them too, here was their reply: Thank you for choosing TP-LINK, This is Cara from TP-LINK Technical Support. I am sorry to let you know that the Archer C7 does not support the SPI Firewall over the IPv6...
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    TP-LINK Archer C9 Reviewed

    Can anyone confirm if the C9 comes with a SPI firewall for the IPv6 connection? I have the C7 and the SPI firewall is only for the IPv4 side.
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    TP-LINK Archer C7 Good for IPv6?

    Is anyone using the C7 on IPv6? The SPI Firewall does not seem to be working on IPv6 connections. Running this port scanner http://ipv6.chappell-family.com/ipv6tcptest/index.php with the built in windows firewall turned off results in a lot of connection refused and some open ports instead...
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    Wireless speed dropoff with Intel AC7260 Wireless Card.

    The latest Pro comes with the Broadcom BCM94360CD 3 stream chip with 3 antennas. Would beat the crap out of the 2 stream AC7260 any day. :D When comparing with N cards however, the Intel 6300 card is quite comparable to MacBooks with a Broadcom equivalent iirc.
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    Wireless speed dropoff with Intel AC7260 Wireless Card.

    The 53xx and 6xxx wifi cards were good, not so with the 7260. There's a really long thread over at notebook review discussing issues with the card. Seems like it's pretty unreliable over the 2.4GHz band.
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