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I have a 2500 square foot house and a shop on half an acre. There isn't anywhere on my property that I drop bellow 75% signal strength.
By max on October 25, 2013
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I have 4 laptops, two tablets, and three phones all connected to wireless. The router can handle more connections but where your limitations lie are in the speed and throughput of your internet connection. If you are trying to stream video or game on all 8 devices at once on a 2mbps line, that is not going to work well… see more I have 4 laptops, two tablets, and three phones all connected to wireless. The router can handle more connections but where your limitations lie are in the speed and throughput of your internet connection. If you are trying to stream video or game on all 8 devices at once on a 2mbps line, that is not going to work well. So yes the router can connect all your devices but make sure your provider plan can support the throughput. see less
By Mike Arasim on December 17, 2013
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I am satisfied with the parental controls. You can restrict the times that anyone is on, you can restrict by MAC address, by URL or keyword. I am restricting by all of these things actually. To my knowledge you can't restrict by category, say adult sites in general. However my children know that I can see every websi… see more I am satisfied with the parental controls. You can restrict the times that anyone is on, you can restrict by MAC address, by URL or keyword. I am restricting by all of these things actually. To my knowledge you can't restrict by category, say adult sites in general. However my children know that I can see every website that they visit so that is enough to keep them honest. If you enter enough keywords you can probably block particular categories, such as adult sites. Finally if you go to the ASUS website you can download the user manual and it will show you all of the controls you can work with. Hope this helps. see less
By CraigK on November 20, 2013
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They are T10/100.
By Scotty H. on December 27, 2013
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I game using two PS3's one an old school 60GB fatty and the other a 250GB slim. One is connected wireless and the other wired neither using DMZ or fixed IP. Playing mostly Madden, Call of Duty, and Fat Princess online with no PSN dropouts and no lag. Have 30Mbps download and 5Mbps upload through my local cable service … see more I game using two PS3's one an old school 60GB fatty and the other a 250GB slim. One is connected wireless and the other wired neither using DMZ or fixed IP. Playing mostly Madden, Call of Duty, and Fat Princess online with no PSN dropouts and no lag. Have 30Mbps download and 5Mbps upload through my local cable service provider and typically 10+ devices connected to my network simultaneously. 3 smartphones, 1 tablet, 3 laptops, 1 desktop, 2 roku, 2 ps3, 1wii, 1 nas, 1 printer see less
By Princeton J White Jr on November 20, 2013
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I can tell you that I have around 8 devices on the wifi at once at my house, on the N66U and have no issues. I run some on the 5ghz signal and see 450mb/sec connection. 216mb/sec on the 2.4ghz. I'm very impressed with this router.
By Reverend Scott on February 3, 2014
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There are no stable builds, only beta releases that have issues. It does however have Tomato and Merlin support.
By Ezekiel on April 9, 2014
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Not with the default stock firmware from ASUS. You could flash it with third party firmware like Tomato, then the router will provide a list of websites visited and keywords searched, if enabled.
By Daniel Ciomek on May 11, 2014
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Yes, in both AP and Repeater mode, the ports will connect a device to the network.
By Daniel K. on June 7, 2014