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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless 11AC Gaming Router

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  • AC2600 WiFi-800+1733 Mbps speeds and multi-user MIMO technology throughout
  • Four-stream (4 x 4) WiFi architecture for smoother 4 K video streaming and lag-free gaming and 160 MHz radio for double the bandwidth for mobile devices
  • Powerful 1.7 GHz dual core processor and dynamic QoS for smooth jitter-free gaming
  • Network storage-ready with superfast twin USB 3.0 and eSATA; use ReadyCLOUD to access the storage anytime from anywhere
  • Secure access to home services using open VPN - with iOS and android app support

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Size Name: Fastest (AC2600 Mbps)

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Size: Fastest (AC2600 Mbps)
Technical Details
BrandNETGEAR
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions35.2 x 26.4 x 8.4 cm
Item model numberR7800-100UKS
  
Additional Information
ASINB01B4X503S
Best Sellers Rank 2,547 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 Kg
Date First Available20 Jan. 2016
  
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Product Description

Size Name:Fastest (AC2600 Mbps)

Product Description

NETGEAR Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless Router, Dynamic QoS/Twin USB 3.0 and eSATA Ports/Beamforming+/IPv6 Support.

Note:Ensure that the factory reset is carried out and then the latest firmware is installed.

Box Contains

1 x NETGEAR Nighthawk X4S R7800 - Wireless router - 4-port switch - GigE - 802.11a/b/g/n/ac - Dual Band


From the Manufacturer

R6250 R6400 NIGHTHAWK NIGHTHAWK X4S NIGHTHAWK X6 NIGHTHAWK X8
Wi-Fi type (dual-band or tri-band) 11 ac Dual-Band 2.4 Ghz + 5 Ghz 11 ac Dual-Band 2.4 Ghz + 5 Ghz 11 ac Dual-Band 2.4 Ghz + 5 Ghz 11 ac Dual-Band 2.4 Ghz + 5 Ghz 11 ac Tri-Band 2.4 Ghz + 5 Ghz + 5 Ghz 11 ac Tri-Band 2.4 Ghz + 5 Ghz + 5 Ghz
Total Wi-Fi speed (and per band) 1600 Mbps (300 Mbps + 1300 Mbps) 1750 Mbps (450 Mbps + 1300 Mbps) 1900 Mbps (600 Mbps + 1300 Mbps) 2533 Mbps (800 Mbps + 1733 Mbps) 3200 Mbps (600 Mbps + 1300 Mbps + 1300 Mbps) 5300 Mbps (1000 Mbps + 2150 Mbps + 2150 Mbps)
MU-MIMO
Wi-Fi range and coverage Good Better Best Ultimate Ultimate + Ultimate +
Processor speed 800 MHz Dual Core Processor 800 MHz Dual Core Processor 1 GHz Dual Core Processor 1.7 GHz Dual Core Processor 1.0 GHz Dual Core Processor with 3 Offload Processors 1.4 GHz Dual Core Processor
LAN ports and WAN port 4 GbE and 1 GbE 4 GbE and 1 GbE 4 GbE and 1 GbE 4 GbE and 1 GbE 4 GbE and 1 GbE 6 GbE and 1 GbE
USB Port 2 USB 2.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0 2 USB 3.0 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0
eSATA port
Quality of Service (QoS) High upstream traffic 28+ default QoS rules with 4 level of priority major application and online game LAN port or MAC address High+ downstream and upstream traffic 28+ default QoS rules with 4 level of priority major application and online game LAN port or MAC address High+ downstream and upstream traffic 28+ default QoS rules with 4 level of priority major application and online game LAN port or MAC address Dynamic QoS downstream and upstream traffic Live database (200+ apps and growing) with dynamic priority device aware Dynamic QoS downstream and upstream traffic Live database (200+ apps and growing) with dynamic priority device aware Dynamic QoS downstream and upstream traffic Live database (200+ apps and growing) with dynamic priority device aware
NETGEAR Genie remote (PC, MAC, Android, iPhone/iPad)

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Size: Faster (AC1900 Mbps) Verified Purchase
I wish I bit the bullet and got this router earlier! It has given me a strong wifif signal throughout my home, and speeds are significantly improved. I had previously been using repeaters, with limited success (apple products struggled to switch between the multiple access points.)

I have a virgin superhub 2 in a 5 bed house on 3 levels (including loft). With the superhub, the wifi signal would not reach one bedroom at all, and 2 other rooms were very patchy (wifi would be very slow or disconnect from mobile device.)

Setup was reasonably straightforward;
- I followed virgin's online instructions to switch the superhub into modem mode, then turned it off.
- Connected up the nighthawk router, left it turned off
- Turned on the superhub, then the router a couple of minutes later
- Used the netgear router webpage on my PC to complete the setup and rename the SSIDs
- All up and running in approx. 15 min

I tested speeds before and after for comparison purposes, hopefully this is useful if you're considering purchasing. These results are from the ookla speedtest app on a samsung S5 and iphone 6, connecting to the 5G network. Worth noting that on my ipad 2 (which does not have wireless AC), the speeds are not as greatly improved, although it still benefits from better coverage through the house.

- LIVING ROOM (where router is located): Before ~80MB/s, After 102MB/s
- BED 1 Iphone 6 (very bad coverage before): Before ~0.5-3MB/s and connection would drop, after 106MB/s!
- LOFT, before 35-40MB/s, after 86MB/s
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Size: Faster (AC1900 Mbps) Verified Purchase
Got this for my UPC internet in Ireland and I must say the difference is night and day. I was unsure would this make a big difference but my wireless connection on my mac has gone from 90mbs to 240mps using the 5G band. Signal strength is also better with the 5G band working in all rooms. Very happy with purchase. Router connects straight into UPC modem and works straight away once powered on, very easy setup.
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Size: Faster (AC1900 Mbps) Verified Purchase
I'd lately been experiencing wireless disconnection issues with my BT Homehub 3 (on a BT Infinity 2 package); either I couldn't get on the Internet at all, or it would kick me off after five minutes or so. No amount of tinkering with the router's settings would fix this. I changed everything, from using alternate channels to assigning manual IP addresses - only a tethered Ethernet cable worked. As it affected only some devices, I tested them out on friends' wi-fi and they worked as expected. With no BT line faults in my area, I determined the router was therefore at fault.

I'd had Netgear routers before and liked their ease of use and solid build. However, I wasn't quite prepared for the size of this beast. The R7000 has up to twelve LEDs on the front and its overall design looks like the offspring of a Klingon cruiser and Stealth bomber. My Infinity connection means I still need the BT Openreach box with its Gigabit Ethernet cable, but within the Netgear's online settings, there is the facility to disable many of the LEDs leaving just the power indicator lit. (I haven't done this as I find it an excellent means of low-key lighting in my hallway at night.)

Set-up took no more than a few minutes. Although at first I couldn't see how to attach and rotate additional aerials with the first one 'in the way', I found that they each pivot on both axes. If anyone else is changing routers with a BT connection, the username is 'bthomehub@btbroadband.com' and the password is 'bt'. I used the Netgear Genie wizard, which has everything logically laid out on the screen, but obviously the first thing I did - once up and running - was to change the default administrator's password. Both 2.
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Size: Faster (AC1750 Mbps) Verified Purchase
I'm quite happy overall with the router. The speed increase over my old router is great, covering all the house.
But BE AWARE, IT HAS A SERIOUS SECURITY VULNERABILITY without known fix or patch (vuln. from 9 Dec 2016, still without patch on 11 Dec 2016). With this vulnerability, an attacker may send you a specially crafted link (you can open it unaware inside an ad, so you don't even need to click it) which will execute commands on your router. Then this router can be used to attack your internal network or to attack other people as if you were the culprit.
The only known fix at the moment is to NOT USE THE ROUTER. R7000 and R6400 are vulnerable models, and R8000 may be too. This is the link to the CERT vulnerability note: https://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/582384 [VU#582384 - Multiple Netgear routers are vulnerable to arbitrary command injection]

As consumers we need to be aware of this flaws, and push the companies responsible to fix them as soon as possible.
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Size: Faster (AC1900 Mbps) Verified Purchase
Bought this to replace a Buffalo router that would need resetting every couple of days.

Had it for a month or so now and it has been 100% reliable. Took a bit of configuration, but if you're technically competent, then it's not too bad, and it gives you all the options you could need. No problems handling simultaneous connections from 4 wired machines and 7+ wireless devices at once. Started using it with ADSL2+ internet, now Fibre and had no issues with either.

Much easier to configure things like port forwarding and static IP addresses than the Buffalo. That could be in part due to my previous familiarity with Netgear equipment, but it just seems so much more straightforward.

Only flaws I can give are the inability to customise the QoS rules (as far as I can tell), and the price is quite high, but if you're willing to pay, it is excellent.
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