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What is the best performing mid range WIFI6 router?


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  • 1 year later...

  The problem I have with WiFi  is generally due to signal reception and not the router per se.  So I use separates, that is the cable modem is just that (it is a Surfboard SB8200) and the router does not have a built in access point.  Then I can easily connect access point as needed.  I got one in my office a Netgear R6400 (in "access point mode") connected via Cat 6a to the router and a Netgear WAC120 in the opposite corner of the house connected via Netgear Powerline 2000 to the router.  The coverage is great.  And when the time comes with WiFi 6ax, I just need to by a new access point.   It I do upgrade to 2 Gbps service, I will need to get a new router though.

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