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TP-Link Archer MR400

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  • Barely acceptable
    5 months ago
    Agree with previous users. Good connection and interface, but can hang on uplink ...
  • Poor
    10 months ago
    Have tried to make this work well for a couple of months now and can not help but warn this router. Once a week suddenly, uploading stops working on several of our portable devices connected to the router, and the only thing that works then is to do a factory reset.

    When it works, however, it works well! Good range and nice interface for settings.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Used this for a month along with Diablo indoor antenna from Kjell & co. Archern replaces a D-link DRW-923 that has been unstable since it was new, regardless of the outdoors or indoors.

    + easy to use with a simple interface
    + good wifi according to me (triple lgh)

    - does not see the display because it is lying only if it is not screwed on the wall or on its own.

    Very easy to connect and configure.
    A very easy interface to work with, it flows well between the different menus (ffa compared to the D link). The menus are in English and I have not tested the app.

    Disadvantage of me,
    is that it does not have a foot so that you can stand it upright to see the display when I have it on the top of a shelf, it had given me another star.

    Wired wirelessly
    An ATV4, an ATV3, a Yamaha R-N500 (wired) and a number of other portable Apple stuff. What I did not fix is ​​my Airport Extreme TC and I'm likely to pull the cable to.

    The reason for indoor antenna is that I switched to new windows and therefore can not pull out any cord.

    Located around 20 Mbit / s of 40 possible. Measured with the iPhone 6s + and the 5GHz broadband coin that actually fits in there, think it's lightweight in the walls.

    The archer is in one corner of my lgh and I measure two rooms away in my daughter's room (which often picks computer, bug and chatting on the phone at the same time) and closed doors.

    Running earlier: different rods with 3G, as well as using the Huawei E5776 frequently.