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TP-Link - Archer AX5400 Pro Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router - Black

Model:Archer AX5400 Pro
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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    TP-Link router

    Best value for your investment - extremely easy to set up and coverage and is phenomenal for my apartment. I definitely recommend this router

    Posted by RubenR

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Entry Router

    TL;DR Pros -Easy setup through your phone -Can receive up to 2.5Gbs speeds -Has a lot antennas making it have a good amount of range without having to use extenders -Has 4 ethernet switches for wired connection -Has 1 USB port for an entry-level in-home server Cons -Does not allow you make the bands AX only -Has an external power supply (The bulky plug) I will start by saying that TP-link has made it easy to set up your router through their phone app. All you must do, is just plug in the router and connect your phone to its Wi-Fi, and set up your preferences through your app. For people that are not tech savvy this is great because it can be done in a few minutes and keep using the internet like you never changed routers. The router does have options for people with more knowledge. It does give you the option to set up NAT forwarding, firewalls, IP binding, and set up a VPN for the whole network. There are also options to set up Parental Control, and set up a mesh network. Another thing that is barebones is the in-built mini server they offer. What you can do with this is just plug in a USB on to the router, and upload and download files and pictures. They only allow you to use Samba and access content through an ftp link. Lastly, the device capacity is what you might want to take into consideration when looking at routers. If you have a big family or a business that has many wireless devices connected to the Wi-Fi you might want to consider a triband router. The reason this router worked for me is because I have my major bandwidth consuming devices connected directly through the ethernet ports. I will say I have around 12 devices including TVs, speakers, lights, phones, and tablets connected to the Wi-Fi with no issues. There is not much inside the box, all you get is the router, an ethernet cable, the power supply, and a pamphlet with the set-up instructions. In terms of range, the antennas do allow the router to cover a good amount of area, I will say about 80 yards out and I still have ok strength. One thing I do want to note is that, in my case, there are not many dense walls that could cause the signal to get weaker. One thing that did surprise me and somewhat disappointed me, is that the software will not allow you to set up the bands in AX(wifi6) only. It only allows you to have a mix between all the other past technologies (n/g/ac) and AX, which is not bad by any means, but I just wanted to set up one of the bands strictly for AX. Also, this is more of a nitpick, but the power supply is bulky and it is not built into the router like other brands. Overall, this router is great. If you are someone that does not go crazy into your network setup and just want newer technology and faster speeds I will say this is the router for you.

    Posted by xupr4

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Wireless Router with impressive speed and range

    First of all this is a great value for a Wi-Fi 6 Router at under $200. The AX5400 comes with the power block, and a network cable. On the software side, an easy to use web app and a tether app for your phone. The WebApp has a ton of features you can use to customize your setup. It has a 2.5 WAN port for a fast 4x4 5GHz band. It also has 4 LAN Ports or 3 LAN and 1 GB WAN ports. This router comes with a 160MHz band that will theoretically allow you to reach 1GB wireless speeds up to 1700 Mbps. All of my previous routers have topped out at 500 Mbps with Wifi 5. I live in a 1200 sq ft apt end to end and have everything from my son's gaming computer to the family computer, Apple TV, which will take advantage of WiFi 6, to tablets and phones, and Xbox. With all of these devices going I managed to get 600 Mbps wireless on a 1 Gig service which is better than I've gotten with any other router. This was also on the weekend at peak usage. On the other end of the apartment it dropped down to about 400 Mbps but still better than our previous high of 210 Mbps. If you live in a big house and need the extra range, it's one mesh ready for an additional extender. There's a guest network for each band so this might come in hand if you've got a Ring Doorbell or have frequent visitors asking for your WiFi password. You can also mount this to the wall if your plug is in an odd location like mine. And last, you can manage online time if you have teenagers that like to stay up too late on wifi : ) I'm impressed with the range and speed across my apartment compared to my previous setup, even with all of my devices on the network.

    Posted by NanoEthan

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