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[Costco] D-Link DIR-L1900 AC1900 High Performance Mesh Wi-Fi Router 3000 sq ft Coverage $99.97 (YMMV?)

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[Costco] D-Link DIR-L1900 AC1900 High Performance Mesh Wi-Fi Router 3000 sq ft Coverage $99.97 (YMMV?)

1570 Dundas St E, Mississauga, ON L4X 1L4



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Last edited by Millenniunn on Oct 7th, 2020 5:53 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Thx OP, bought 10! :facepalm:
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friends don't let friends buy d-link router.
The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Usenet
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Dec 3, 2007
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Tried it. Returned it. Cuts out a lot and generally unreliable.
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Dec 28, 2006
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bogolisk wrote: friends don't let friends buy d-link router.
d-link does have good hardware, but their firmware sucks. I would only buy a d-link router if there is dd-wrt firmware for that model available.
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Reasonable effort, but this dated device was never quite good enough.
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Toronto, ON
The Qi charger is a good deal if it includes the ac adapter
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Aug 14, 2019
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A little off off-topic. Is there an idiot's guide on how to set up a mesh system without a speed hit? Is that even possible? I'm thinking of installing a mesh system at my inlaws who live in an older but larger fully concrete building. I had bad experiences with wifi extenders and speeds were always dismal.
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Nov 26, 2013
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bogolisk wrote: friends don't let friends buy d-link router.
Where were you like 2 years ago??? I really needed a friend... then bought a d-link dir882. Worst purchase ever
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sheyenne wrote: A little off off-topic. Is there an idiot's guide on how to set up a mesh system without a speed hit? Is that even possible? I'm thinking of installing a mesh system at my inlaws who live in an older but larger fully concrete building. I had bad experiences with wifi extenders and speeds were always dismal.
Look for a mesh system that allows a hardwired backhaul.
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sheyenne wrote: A little off off-topic. Is there an idiot's guide on how to set up a mesh system without a speed hit? Is that even possible? I'm thinking of installing a mesh system at my inlaws who live in an older but larger fully concrete building. I had bad experiences with wifi extenders and speeds were always dismal.
probably worth checking if amazon discount the eero system during prime day. heard good things about google wifi and eero systems. I would not run network cable in inlaws house...
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Apr 11, 2006
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Honest question. What is wrong with DLink?

What's a good brand? Linksys, TP Link, Asus, Netgear? Considering price/value as well.
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Apr 22, 2007
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I bought a few Dlink products before, they all broken now, bad quality, low performance

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