ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 AX11000 Tri-Band 10 Gigabit WiFi Router, Aiprotection Lifetime Security by Trend Micro, Aimesh Compatible for Mesh WIFI System, Next-Gen Wifi 6, Wireless 802.11Ax, 8 X Giga

June 6, 2019 - Comment

Built for gaming with high speed & Gigabit ISP services, the GT-AX11000 offers that fastest Wi-Fi for current 802.11AC devices as well as next Gen 802.11ax devices. The GT-AX11000 produces Gigabit speeds while providing extensive range for devices that demand Fast & consistent gaming, uploading, and streaming all at the same time. Product Features Triple-level

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Built for gaming with high speed & Gigabit ISP services, the GT-AX11000 offers that fastest Wi-Fi for current 802.11AC devices as well as next Gen 802.11ax devices. The GT-AX11000 produces Gigabit speeds while providing extensive range for devices that demand Fast & consistent gaming, uploading, and streaming all at the same time.

Product Features

  • Triple-level game acceleration – accelerate game traffic With device, game packet and game server prioritization
  • Cutting edge hardware offers the best performance – 1.8GHz Quad-Core cpu and 2.5G gaming port for ultimate performance.
  • Your own gaming mesh network – Compatible with ASUS AiMesh Wi-Fi system for seamless whole-home coverage.
  • ASUS wrt enables support for open, advanced monitoring and control which includes device bandwidth utilization as well as device or usage prioritization.
  • ASUS AiProtection security to neutralize internet threats before they hit your network.
  • Nextgen ax Wi-Fi is backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi devices and Supports current Wi-Fi devices.Operating Frequency:2.4G Hz, 5 GHz-1, 5 GHz-2

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not ready for prime-time First off I’ve been doing networking for 30 years. I have 7 routers deployed in my home, so I know a bit about this topic. I moved from a 5300 which was performing fine (in a large mesh setup), but since I have over 100 clients connecting to the main router, as well as wifi 6 devices, I thought I would trade the 5300 for the AX11000, mistake.I have been experiencing random reboots, and dropped wireless clients (ALL wireless clients) on the AX11000. I have tons of IoT clients, so…

Anonymous says:

5 Star as standalone, 4 star as AiMesh with tricky setup/trouble shooting ********* Updates *********3/31/2019- New firmware 3.0.0.4.384_5977. Haven’t had chance to use for too long yet but issue with device list has been fixed, and it seems now I can just restart Node without restarting router then node in the specific order. Still no second 5GHz band usable to Smart Connect.- Added Advanced feature section as I got to use some of those features.3/13/2019- Update second 5G band direct connection section (only connects to router but not…

Anonymous says:

Ugh… This thing is a monster. I am not new to this sort of stuff. I have been at it for 20 years but I have never heard of stuff required to set this thing up. I don’t even know where to go to ask stupid questions! One thing for certain; It is nowhere near close to “plug and play” as my Apple Airport Extreme. I suppose that sometime in the future I will finally get this $500 monster setup but it won’t be soon. Unless you are a networking guru of some sort, look elsewhere.

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