Latest review: bought this recently to replace a standard telecom router and I have to say its a great product never bought a TP-Link brand before but its got great options and easy access
Iv had no issues with
Latest review: What I can I say it was cheap and looks great in the kitchen. Has a fantastic range and well out does any NBN bottleneck with fibre to the node
Latest review: After my last modem died in a thunder storm, I searched for a mid range/priced Vdsl/Adsl modem router.
I settled on the TP-Link Archer VR900. Easy setup and has many features and is value for money.
Latest review: This modem only seems to work for some types of connections. Ie you usually can use WIFI by itself to access the internet, however if you connect to the ethernet ports the WIFI stops accessing the
Latest review: This modem is very stable - I never have to restart it! I've changed RSPs a few times and it has been simple to reconfigure.
The web interface is basic, but
Latest review: There are 3 things to look for in a router:
1. Signal - strength and stability are the two main factors in terms of signal. You need a router with stable signal strength and consistent coverage.
Latest review: I need to reboot the router every morning to fix DHCP issue on it, connected devices are not able to get IP
It seems the OS of the router is not
Latest review: I purchased this router after reading the good reviews and it did not disappoint.
Setting it up for our ADSL connection was easy and we have had minimal drop outs (mostly caused by the ISP). Good
Latest review: Ive been with Foxtel for 4 years previously to moving and changing internet providers so always had a Foxtel made modem/router. Considering this is the first one I have bought it is actually amazing.
Latest review: Works fine and much better than the one that came with iinet. The old one broke because I punched it too many time because it was useless and constantly disconnecting and took 10 minutes to
Latest review: This was really cheap but has good range and good signal strength. I used it with NBN . Extremely easy set up. Was automatic. Would highly recommend this router for the
Latest review: Heaps of features. Fast wifi speeds. TP-Link routers always offer a large range of configuration options compared to other brands. Easy to setup and we have communication with all of our technology
Latest review: Out of the box this router is average with average wifi signal. I use TPlink longer antennas, also I use the David Openwrt firmware. It's great for my NBN HFC paired with a Cisco SPA112 for
Latest review: I purchased this modem for a FTTN connection. It achieves close to the speeds I am paying for (46-48 mbps for a 50mbps connection). The wfi signal is quite strong and reaches every room in the house
Latest review: I have a WiFi dead-spot in a separate building outside our house and dreadfully slow internet - which I blamed on Wireless NBN. I replaced my WiFi router with the Deco M5 and placed the stations in
Latest review: Initially 5G range boosting had issues but once followed instructions from TP-Link support wiki, it worked great. It works great for any type wifi - steered band or 2.4GHz or 5GHz. It has WPS ( so
Latest review: I have bee struggling with poor wifi strength and drop outs for 12 months. Then I upgraded to a DLink WAP that cost $650 and that was a dismal failure( seperate review). So having been burnt twice I
Latest review: Perfect modem! Bought for when we got our nbn on at home as all our modems were not nbn compatible . Great range, wifi extends all the way from inside the house, outside into the yard and even our
Latest review: I actually started off Linksys AC 1900 and I kept on loading up the DD-WRT . This combination has been pretty awesome and quite stable has lots of options and the wireless connectivity is pretty
Latest review: - Good value for the money
- Easy to use and the interface is very straightforward.
- It only took me 2 minutes to set it up
- The signal is very good although the only 2.4G