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What do you think of the Linksys AC1900?

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I recently acquired a Linksys AC1900 (ea6900) router to upgrade my network to gigabit. Is there many major issues?

idk, but it looks expensive...

Archer C7 AC1750 ftw :D


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I recently acquired a Linksys AC1900 (ea6900) router to upgrade my network to gigabit. Is there many major issues?

 

I have all linksys routers in my home, the EA4500 and EA6500 they work well for what they are but has a very basic UI, one thing I do find is they lack power since mine are all integrated antennas so they lack the power for extra long distances like some routers

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I recently acquired a Linksys AC1900 (ea6900) router to upgrade my network to gigabit. Is there many major issues?

I hate mine. The UI sucks and it wouldn't set up because it went in loops. It took a good solid 8 hours to configure it


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I hate mine. The UI sucks and it wouldn't set up because it went in loops. It took a good solid 8 hours to configure it

Hm thats odd. Haven't heard of that before. I did get my router set up straight away and it worked. Your might be a dud u suppose?

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Hm thats odd. Haven't heard of that before. I did get my router set up straight away and it worked. Your might be a dud u suppose?

Once it is set up it works perfectly. It is faster than our (supposedly) faster ASUS 2600MB/s model


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I recently acquired a Linksys AC1900 (ea6900) router to upgrade my network to gigabit. Is there many major issues?

 I was going back and forth between getting that router and getting the ASUS RT-AC68U AC1900. I decided on the ASUS based on lots of reviews and I just like ASUS. Its working phenomenally. It fast, stable, loaded with features and just plain works. Don't know about the Linksys, but I figured I'd tell you about the other option. 


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