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Sorry previous question about ea3500, mentioned 12 ft. (I think) but ment, 2.6 inches x 1.1 ft x 10 inches (11 ft).
Related: Linksys EA3500, Linksys EA6350, Routers | Submitted by Dan 9 days ago

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Is the EA3500 really 6 feet from front to back?!
Related: Linksys EA3500, Linksys EA6350, Routers | Submitted by Dan 9 days ago
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Probably 6 inches, might be a typo on the specs

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Are the Nighthawk D7000 and the Nighthawk R7000 the same modem routers
Related: NETGEAR AC1750, Netgear AC1600 WiFi Cable, Routers | Submitted by anonymous 208 days ago

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I need a wireless router that will maintain a continuous connection, consistently, and last for several years. I teach online, and lose money if I get disconnected. My connection is to a Chinese company that has developed a proprietary platform with a conferencing classroom that is similar to using Skype. The student and I can see and talk to each other online. Which brand / model can I expect to be most reliable for at least two years, and hopefully more?
Related: Asus RT-AC86U, Linksys EA8500, Routers | Submitted by anonymous 208 days ago

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Because we have Comcast, we have to use one of their approved routers. We are leaning toward the TP-Link Archer CR700 but also are interested in using a mesh system to ensure complete coverage over all 3 levels of our house. Can we use the TP-Link Archer router with a mesh system? What else would we need to purchase along with the router to make it a mesh system? Thanks.
Related: TP-LINK Archer CR700, Routers | Submitted by anonymous 414 days ago

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