Access Point vs Router

Access Point vs Router
Access Point vs Router
2022-01-23 13:57:54 - last edited a week ago

Hello everybody

 

Recently i changed my ISP because the new service is cheaper (almost half the price) but we are currently struggling with low internet speed and poor wi-fi coverage.

 

I think the problem is the new router wi-fi and the router location because when we use ethernet ports we don't have the same problems.

 

I have a big house (only one floor but with a very long configuration) with ethernet ports in almost every room.

 

I could use a secondary router or an Access point to improve wi-fi coverage and speed.

 

Wich one will be my best option considering speed, range and cost?

 

Thanks for the help

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2022-01-26 02:48:35 - last edited a week ago

@LRod 

 

A dedicated access point or a wireless router in AP mode will do the job for you.

If you're not after Wi-Fi 6 standard then a budget and stable solution is to use Archer C64 for this purpose.

If you're up to use Wi-Fi 6 then Archer AX23 will give you good speed and coverage at a reasonable cost.

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2022-01-26 02:48:35 - last edited a week ago

@LRod 

 

A dedicated access point or a wireless router in AP mode will do the job for you.

If you're not after Wi-Fi 6 standard then a budget and stable solution is to use Archer C64 for this purpose.

If you're up to use Wi-Fi 6 then Archer AX23 will give you good speed and coverage at a reasonable cost.

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