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Asus 4G-AC55U

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  • Very good
    3 months ago
    If you connect to 4G and have problems losing the connector, check the settings that 'Network type' is set to '4G only' and 'LTE Band' to 'Auto'. I had previous problems with the modem losing contact with the mobile network, but it has not happened since I changed these settings.
  • Very Poor
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Worked very well for half a year, then it started losing contact with the SIM card. After removing and inserting the SIM card and restarting it, it worked for a week or so.
    Contacted ASUS support who was trying to test with another SIM card. Same display with the other SIM card that was from another operator. ASUS support thought I would return it, which I also did and got the money back as it disappeared from the dealer's assortment.
    Had before that a Huawei b593u, which over time was more and more of unknown reason and has to be restarted to work again.
    Because it was used in the summerhouse to turn on the heat during winter time, reliability is important. Now thinking of a Teltonika RUT240 or RUT950 that teaches to be extremely reliable.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    SIM card holder failed for the first time i changed SIM card. Use a SIM card adapter which caused the metal contacts to come out with the SIM card.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Unfortunately, this product works very badly.

    Drops the connector with the SIM card. Must take out, restore and insert, sometimes several times.

    2.4 ghz wifi locks and does not allow traffic - works better at 5 ghz.

    Does not support band 8 (900 mhz) which is the band used by tele2 / telenor to cover Sweden ...

    Overall, a very poor user experience for anyone living in the country using tele2 / telenor.

    Had it been supported by band 8, it would probably have come up to 5 stars
  • Decent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Tried 2 weeks but never got built-in Dynamic IP (DDNS) to work.
    I used the Telenor mobile broadband. The SIM card was a so-called Twin Card from my regular mobile bone events, this twin card worked without any problems in the usual 4G USB modem connected to my old Asus router.

    Asus 4G AC55U is an otherwise very good router but can not get the DDNS function to operate, see the comment from emah. This is due to trouble with Tele2 and certainly also Telenor.

    As a result of fiddling with DDNS, I could not log into my router or NAS when I was at work, on the move or from my mobile.

    If I just wanted to surf, play and watch YouTube home (without using the NAS and access my files on the NAS) so had enough of this Router worked well for me.

    Wifi was very fast and good, 4G motagning was fairly good, despite its 3 large antennas (do not know about the antennas used for both Wifi, 4G, or both), 4G was in any case only a bit better than usual 4G USB modem stick without antennas.

    But as I said, the router returned when not Asus support could fix the problem with the DDNS problem. I will continue to use my old Asus router with ADSL for a while, it looks like.

    If the situation changes and the SIM cards from Telenor going to use this router (that I may DDNS function to work) so I will probably buy the router again.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Very good router but with an important comment; Tele2 (and Telenor?) Latches Asus 4G products from getting a public IP address, because they do not put in the Asus MAC addresses in the list of routers, and therefore think it is a mobile phone. Not a failure of the router, but at Tele2. Warns Tele2 if you want to access your servers, etc at home outside. Huawei modem works fine so far, but the security of Huawei's doubtful. Besides the good SW, good settings, good signal ... works great as a broadband modem if you do not have access from the outside, at least in Tele2.
  • Terrible
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    A very classical product!

    Purchased as a first wifi'n disappeared at all times.
    Got it replaced with a new one that never found other than H +.
    Now have a Netgear aircard 785 which was half the price, but twice as good. Now has 4G constant.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Replaced my old workhorse Huawei b593! And I must say that it is stooor difference, not so much on the 4G LTE reception, but the local wifi was a big difference .. On the patio where I previously barely got the signal, I can now choose from 48% to 5 g band or 65% 2.4g of the band .. Lots of settings and you can dedicate himself / distribute channels .... interface is neat and understandable ...

    Had it for 2 days but very pleased so far ..............
  • Decent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Have just started using it. Using only 4g.
    The disconnects pretty fast, like 30 minutes.
    Should according to the manual is a setup, "Idle Time", but the setting can not I find the WAN as the manual says.
    As soon as I get it to become stable at 4g, I will change the grade, because in all other respects it works for my (high) expectations.

    What about the others? It does not tie down?

    / T
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Switched from the old Huawei B593. Big difference. Better coverage and speed. Even 5GHz has good coverage. So, easy to place.

    Perfect to throttle bandwidth per device. If e.g. To restrict the TV from to always show Youtube in HD .. Now, the never more than 480p. Then you can also see in real time how much data is consumed.

    Otherwise, easy to get started with, but at the same time there are lots of settings if you want to micromanage.

    Have only tested a few hours, but very pleased so far.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Cruelest router I had.

    Run 4g broadband Hallon.Enkelt to avoid Usb dongel.Bara insert the SIM card into the router.
    Simple uppstart.Routern has really good range and covers the whole of apartments of 117m2 on 2 floors without vidare.Tappar not particularly very fast without downloading in between 40-50mbit and moreover really stabilt.Även the price may be in the eyes of many little high like I feel it is worth every penny to avoid having to reboot and keep på.Som they say you get what you pay for.
    For those of you who use mobile broadband, I say BUY
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    2016-04-11
    Just spent one day yet, but first reviewed if it is simple and handles it correctly.
    Quick and easy to install, have been used by Asus routers before so you feel at home in the interface
    Sheep 9 stars at first.
    Will be back with updates when I run it one time.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Had problems with the previous router to reach all parts of the house (two floors of 110 square) and at the same time delivering good transmission speeds. This manages this with flying colors! We have it placed on the floor near the stairs.

    What pulls down the grade is the price. A bit pricey, I must admit. Got the lie to your partner and say that it cost in 1500 that she would not lose her chin.