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2012-06-25 06:15 PM
2012-06-25 08:23 PM
2012-07-03 11:59 AM
2012-07-04 10:11 AM
Alnico wrote: CSM746,
Can you tell me if the the new model has more schedules for filters?
2012-07-05 04:15 PM
MoreThanLuck wrote: So I'm in the market for a new router and was trying to decided between these two. I do a lot of very network-intensive operations like large file uploads and play a lot of online games through Playstation Network and Xbox Live. Which of these 2 routers is better suited for someone like myself? I know the R6300 has better speeds, but it runs off of 802.11ac, and most of my devices are using 802.11n. Does that make a difference? And besides price point, is there a reason why I should choose the N900 instead of the 6300?
2012-07-09 04:47 PM
2012-07-09 05:58 PM
2012-07-10 06:26 AM
dsring wrote: I have had both. Tried to replace my N900 with R6300. R6300 worked well for about three hours and then I lost 5 GHz connections. I could not reconnect them, even after rebooting router several times. Went back to N900, and all is well. R6300 has about a 20-25% stronger 5 GHz signal than the N900. The N900 is a good router. I have two xbox 360's and a PS3, sometimes all gaming at the same time, and I have lag free gaming on all three with the N900. I think the R6300 will also be good, but I suspect there will be some early growing pains for some, as the firmware matures. I returned my R6300 today...sticking with the N900 for a while.
2012-07-10 10:58 PM
madhatter wrote: I think the problem is hardware, not firmware. I had similar problems with my first 6300... second one is working fine.