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I think that I had to update it after it was connected or I check to see if there were any up dates before I set it up. Hope this answered what you needed to know. Firmware should be check periodicaly on these devices.
Jun 21, 2014 by Richard A. Stansbery Sr.
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Not very difficult. Instructions were very clear and I, also being technically challenged, was able to set this up on the first try and within a few minutes. I was replacing an older Linksys router, and it took me longer to reset the laptops to connect than the set up of the router.
Aug 17, 2014 by Angelo Z
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The router has no feature to be configured as a wireless bridge. You might want to consider the WRT1900AC router which has the Wireless Bridge feature.
Aug 17, 2014 by Linksys Cares  MANUFACTURER 
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Yes, Eliana. The EA6900 router (AC1900) supports the latest Operating Systems of Mac and Windows-based computers.
Aug 2, 2014 by Linksys Cares  MANUFACTURER 
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Yes and no, yes if no interference but if it is depending home structure and lay out as well.
Jul 27, 2014 by Thomas Peters
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Yes, it has 3 antennas.
Jul 27, 2014 by B. T. Price
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If you are referring to an Ethernet cable (RJ45), the packaging comes with 1 free cable.
Jul 25, 2014 by Linksys Cares  MANUFACTURER 
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Yes it is, as for the number of devices I'm not sure to the exact number, but I think it's around 20 or 30
Jul 18, 2014 by David
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frustration free packaging
Aug 4, 2014 by cass
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