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TP-Link Archer AX6000

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  • Very good
    2 months ago
    I reserve a star when the software needs fine tuning. The latest firmware is not available on the Swedish TP-Link page but is available on all other EU countries' sites.
    Go to

    change "see" to nl or es. There you have the latest.
    Smart Connect and OFDMA don't really work as advertised. Some of my devices could not connect with Smart Connect and OFDMA but in manual mode everything works.
  • Decent
    5 months ago
    The range of wifi is pretty OK on this one. Not really in class with the Netgear X10 but not long after the Synology RT2600AC which is the two best wifi routers I've tested. I get about -65dB on my patio where most routers only give around -80dB and are in practice unusable. This is on the 2.4GHz network.
    When I plugged my USB3 hard drive into the USB3 socket, the 2.4GHz network disappeared. That these can interfere with each other is not news, but I have never been aware that the network is completely destroyed!

    It cannot read ext4 file system.
    Lack of use as repeater. Maybe not as often as you want it anyway, but I have the requirement that the feature should be available so I can use my 4G router (which lacks ethernet ports) as a modem when the fiber is down. Very few routers have this feature.

    A big plus with this is that it has 8 ethernet ports.
    But unfortunately it is not enough for me. Like so many other routers, I sent this one back.

    If you know that you will not connect any USB3 device to this router then it may be an option. But for the money it costs, there is a lot to choose from.
  • Barely acceptable
    6 months ago
    Unfortunately, would not recommend this one. Does not deliver the speeds it promises. And the range was not as long as I had expected.