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Brand: Actiontec
  • Compatible with ADSL CenturyLink (NOT their VDSL) and major DSL service providers
  • Not compatible with Verizon FIOS, AT&T U-verse or cable systems such as Comcast,Time Warner, Cablevision, Cox, Charter etc. WIRELESS SECURITY: TKIP, AES encryption, 802.1x authentication,Pre-Shared Key (PSK),MAC Address Filtering
  • Preconfigured for simple setup and will auto-detect your specific service settings. Includes high-grade firewall, parental controls and a variety of protections and encryptions.
  • Three products in one: full-rate ADSL 2/2+ modem, 4-port switch, and 300 Mbps wireless-N router. INTERFACES: Four 10/100 Ethernet Local Area Network, One Asymmetric digital subscriber line ( ADSL ) Port
  • With the latest 802.11n technology your newer devices will achieve wireless N speeds.Backwards compatibility ensures that older wireless devices are supported, giving your wireless network the best of both worlds.The modem has been tested for maximum performance on all major DSL providers and supports ADSL2+ with speeds up to 24 Mbps downstream.

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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 108 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 108 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 307 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 308 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 514 days ago

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