Asus Wireless 11n 300Mbps ADSL Router with 4 Port 10-100-1000 Mbps
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- Up to 54 Mbps
- 10/100/1000 Mbps
- 1 Wan, 4 Lan
- 2.4 GHz
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|Item Weight||467 grams||250 grams||1.04 kg||150 grams||65 grams||0.75 kg|
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On the positive side, this will accept just about any after market firmware you throw at it (I'd recommend DDWRT or Tomato as the stock firmware is garbage), but without a reliable wireless connection, it's useless anyway.
My setup is, I have a rogers modem router( Hitron CDE-30364), an Apple Airport Extreme as my primary router, and this ASUS as my exclusive VPN router. My rogers modem router is in bridge mode and it's wireless antenna is turned off.
So first, I have to unplug the Airport Extreme from the Modem so I could set up my ASUS with its own SSID and password. I have an HMA subscription and followed this instruction[...]
Once the ASUS setup is done, plug back the Apple Airport ethernet cable to the modem, and connect the ASUS WAN port to modem LAN port 1 (I believed any port should work fine once the modem is in bridge mode). And that's it, Now I have a default Canadian router and most importantly, exclusive VPN router. For the bridge mode of rogers modem, you could call technical support and they'll set it up for you if your not a tech savvy like me or majority of people.
It's so simple, I've been googling for a solution before but answers are too complicated and technical like port forwarding, dynamic ip blah blah and other internet jargons only an IT department guy will fully understand. So there you have it, this is a great product with great build and quality to it. Highly recommended.
First, ASUS router software is GOD AWFUL and, from test I've conducted myself (so anecdotal, I only have one router), severely under performs compared with running e.g. Tomato., but for you to get anything useful out of that statement you have to be comfortable with flashing your router firmware with Tomato (or probably DD-WRT would work well) and configuring the software without the support (and potentially voiding the warranty) of the manufacturer.
Second, the stories about the crappy capacitor are true. My router started to perform very poorly, and eventually started to reboot frequently (at least once every few hours). Upon researching it, I found some plenty of advice online about the capacitor issue. As someone who plays with electronics for fun, I didn't mind ordering a new capacitor, removing the old one, and soldering in the new one. This has yielded great router performance for a number of years now (I bought this router in 2014, had to replace the cap in 2016). But this is not something most people would be comfortable with.
All that being said, if you're a nerd with a soldering iron, you will absolutely not find a better router for this price point. Besides the one crappy capacitor, the rest of the device is solid. So for those people definitely get this router (along with a capacitor if you don't already have it), replace the firmware, and enjoy.
Companies like Asus focus too much on making the firmware's UI look pretty, instead of making it functional. I really wish that someone out there would take technology seriously, and expose the granular settings that open source firmwares offer, and to make it even better, document the settings, and when / why we should use them.
Cons: No 5Ghz radio, which means you're stuck with the overcrowded 2.4Ghz band.