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TP-Link - Archer AC2300 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 5 Router - Black-Front_Standard
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  • Q: Will this router work well with a 4100 square foot home?  (4 Answers)

    By Donna 

    • Best answerTo ensure the best possible signal, it is important to make sure placement is as optimal as possible. Reducing obstructions and placing the router in a central location will help ensure your signal reaches the areas you need. That being said, for a 4,100 square foot home, we would instead suggest considering one of our Deco Mesh WiFi solutions, such as the Deco M5. Regards, TP-Link Support

      By TPLinkSupport 

  • Q: WPA3?  (2 Answers)

    By SomeGuy 

    • Best answerI didn’t see this option when setting it up. I thought the new wifi security standards were expected alongside WiFi6 hardware, which this is not.

      By ttbloker 

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  • Q: Can I plug in my Samsung S9 to the USB tether to share internet to other devices? (TV, ROKU, etc...)  (3 Answers)

    By Bobby 

    • Best answerNo, the USB port is for a hard drive. Cant think of way you may achieve this. On less you use a usb-c hub with a network port.

      By DJMADCLASS 

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  • Q: is this router wall mountable also is it good for an apart ment building  (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerThere are 2 slots on the back or underside of the router. They are designed to fit over the head of small screws. I have a small wire hooked into each hole at each end of the wire. The wire is then hooked over a screw head in the wall.

      By RLPinIA 

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  • Q: Is this router compatible with Windows 10  (2 Answers)

    By Jules 

    • AYes

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  • Q: Will the Archer AC2300 perform better than the Comcast supplied Gateway?  (1 Answer)

    By Raho 

    • AIt is clearly better than the Xfinity built in WiFi that comes installed on every modem. The dual band feature alone is worth the difference. With slightly older model Samsung TVs, it is a good investment. I did add a fire stick which made the video stream more solid over the 100 foot run through several walls.

      By Jaxhome 

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  • Q: Is this GSM unlocked?  (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • AThe router does not use cellular network so GSM does not apply. The router is for broadcasting wi-fi signals in your house or apartment. The feed to the router needs to come from a cable internet service provider, either coax or fiber. That connects to a modem that is in turn connected to the router to broadcast a signal allowing you to connect to the internet.

      By RLPinIA 

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    • AIf the cause of their speed issues are due to their existing router (i.e. poor WiFi signal), this can potentially help. However, if the source of their slow connection is due to the nature of satellite Internet (high latency), this may be due to the provider/service, not the router. Regards, TP-Link Support

      By TPLinkSupport 

    • AAs long as the devices you listed support WiFi, yes, they will be able to connect to the router. Regards, TP-Link Support

      By TPLinkSupport 

  • Q: is this router compatible with a Roku 1  (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerYes it’s backwards compatible with all previous versions of wifi. As long as your device is still able to revive content then this router will work great with it.

      By RyanRobot 

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