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Netgear has failed me, time to get a new system

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Update: As soon as I wrote this it fixed it self. Still super pissed. Been broken for a week or so and it just randomly works now.

I could do a very big rant but I'll cut to the chase. I don't want a new Orbi or anything Netgear. I need something that has 3 access points. I have heard that Ubiquity is good and has good support and ASUS has good stuff too. I don't have ethernet since its an old house so they need to just be wifi extenders. I want to keep the price as low as I can but I have gigabit internet so the system needs to support that. Thats it, what should I get? 

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cttFcT

 

 

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Update: As soon as I wrote this it fixed it self. Still super pissed. Been broken for a week or so and it just randomly works now.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cttFcT

 

 

Main Project:

I am designing a keyboard case and PCB (I will post updates as a go)

 

Other projects I am working on 

  • Small hobby electronics/keyboard YT channel soon™
  • Not jeopardy game with physical buzzers and stuff (for a club)
  • Getting better at soldering
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I personally use ASUS networking stuff.

It works really well,and for your use case you will want something that is high bandwidth and supports AiMesh.

 

I am using the old ASUS AC3100 stuff but you can buy the AX5400 or something else that fits your needs and budget.

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1 minute ago, Frugivore8894 said:

Update: As soon as I wrote this it fixed it self. Still super pissed. Been broken for a week or so and it just randomly works now.

It's concerning when things fix themselves on their own because it may repeat itself and you won't know what's wrong with it.

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19 minutes ago, Vishera said:

It's concerning when things fix themselves on their own because it may repeat itself and you won't know what's wrong with it.

Yah I had it turned off for a week till I had time to fix it and then I turned it back on and it just worked. I had done everything imaginable to it before when it first when down. A few devices had been blocked for some reason but I got that fixed real quick. Glad its working again.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cttFcT

 

 

Main Project:

I am designing a keyboard case and PCB (I will post updates as a go)

 

Other projects I am working on 

  • Small hobby electronics/keyboard YT channel soon™
  • Not jeopardy game with physical buzzers and stuff (for a club)
  • Getting better at soldering
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