TP-Link Archer C2300 AC2300 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router
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- Delivers blazing fast long range AC2300 speeds up to 2.3GBPS (600+1625 Mbps) for seamless 4K steaming
- Leading-Edge 1.8GHz dual-core 64-bit CPU with 2 co-processors and XStream processing architecture creates a seamless lag-free gaming experience
- Multi-User MIMO technology allows multiple devices to connect simultaneously with no speed loss
- Included TP-Link Homecare (router level virus protection & parental controls) automatically protects all the smart home devices on your network and helps keep your family safe
- Effort-free network setup w/ the TP-Link Tether App on iOS & Android
- 2-year warranty and FREE 24/7 technical support
- J.D. Power Ranked TP-Link "Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Wireless Routers" in 2017
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With XStream processor architecture, the Archer C2300 dedicates one processor to each of its Wi-Fi bands. These processors handle Wi-Fi traffic, freeing the router’s powerful 1.8 GHz dual-core 64-bit CPU to take care of everything else.
Use NitroQAM™ Technology; it can boost wireless speeds up to 25%, boosts the Wi-Fi Speed up to 1625Mbps on 5GHz and 600Mbps on 2.4GHz. Correctly handle your favourite activities like gaming online, watching 4K movies, or sharing large files.
Simultaneously exchanges data with several devices, achieving speeds which are 3x faster than standard AC routers and Smart Connect automatically places each device on the best available Wi-Fi band.
Beamforming technology locates the connected devices and further improves the Archer C2300’s range and the signal strength to each mobile device, delivering a more reliable and efficient wireless connection.
You don’t need to buy a separate security box device to add security to your network. TP-Link HomeCare is powered by Trend Micro and comes with antivirus, parental controls and QoS.
Archer C2300 is not only supporting safe and secure OpenVPN and PPTP VPN connection, but also using VPN Acceleration to boost the connection speed. All of the data you're transmitting is guaranteed to be secured by these VPN functions.
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I was upgrading from a WNDR3400. On the old wifi router, I was getting 30 mbps max. And 15 mbps on one floor above router. I was getting 240 mbps from wired modem. I was very annoyed at how slow my wifi was compared to my wired speed.
On the AC2300 router, I was getting 100 mbps on 2.4 ghz and 240 mbps on 5.0 ghz wifi. I even went one floor and even two floors above the router, and was still getting similar speeds.
You may be debating between getting this router, and the Archer C7 router, because its much cheaper and has such great reviews. However, look at the specs, and you see that the AC2300 has a 1.8 ghz dual core cpu, while the Archer C7 has a single core cpu. This makes a huge difference in performance (note that the power brick is pretty big on this router because of it's processing power). In addition, the C7 is two years older than the AC2300. Technology moves fast in two years, so why buy old tech, when the new tech will last many years forward in the future.
Future tests to do and will update review:
1. I sometimes have 20+ devices connected to router, and I will see if the router can handle all the traffic.
2. Going to test USB NAS speed, and usefulness of the proprietary apps included.
3. Long term reliability and firmware updates.
Tests were done on Dell XPS 9560 with Killer 1535 NIC.
This router failed after the time to return to Amazon and I had to deal directly with TP link and it is not the router that I dislike when it worked but the support people are still playing hardball.
My technician installed several of these for his customers including himself and 1 was DOA, mine failed after the return period and the others seem of be OK but all are fairly new installs
He spent several hours over a 2 day period and concluded what the hardware failure was w/o any workarounds.
I contacted TPLink service , provided them with the tests that were made and failures and they provided a case#
They were not satisfied and that is understandable given that if a device is really OK, they should not replace it.
Meanwhile I installed the old router, bought another one, had it installed using the exact same settings as the defective one and the new one worked as it should with the same settings as the first one did before it failed.
TPLink had trouble finding the case# 2 out of 3 contacts
When I contacted support afer the install of the 2nd new router, they would not accept that the newest one working with the same settings as evidence either
They wanted me to take the system down, re-install the defective one and interrupt my work schedule while they tested it - I said I could not disrupt my work anymore
I offered to send it back and they could test it - They said no
They said they would send guidelines to testing somewhere along the line
Guidelines never arrived
Called again and they asked what tests had been performed even though this info had been provided before.
That info has been re-sent
This may be a 1-off treatment of a client but it is enough to the point I cannot in good faith recommend their Router although not so much because of the router when it works but because of the redundant hoops support has put me and my technician thru
I called TPLink support again and they asked to re-send what tests have been done and then would get back - No response as yet