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ASUS RT-AX58U AX3000 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router $229 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Bing Lee (Pricebeat $217.52 @ Officeworks)


Not the cheapest it's been https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/632590 but still a pretty good deal.

AX3000 Dual Band WiFi 6 (802.11ax) Router supporting MU-MIMO and OFDMA technology, with AiProtection Pro network security powered by Trend Micro™, compatible with ASUS AiMesh WiFi system

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  • +1

    How does this compare to Asus AC68U?

  • Would this one work with TPG FTTB? Thanks

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      Not by itself. You'll have to plug the Asus into the VDSL2 modem you use now.

      • That would be ok. I just need to improve strength and reliability of the WiFi. Do you have any set up guide to connect it?

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          1. Ethernet cable from the VDSL2 modem LAN to RT-AX58U WAN port.
          2. Open a browser, login to the VDSL2 modem and enable bridge mode.
  • Same price on Amazon if you don’t have a Bing Lee nearby https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B084CH5VCM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g...

  • I can't justify how those router are so expensive compare to a very basic one that we buy from ISPs, which is around 60-90. Maybe only if you have too many wireless devices, plex server, etc….need a good processor, or strong signal

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      They are better speced for a start. More powerful processors and feature sets.

      I think they are a waste of time and would always go a mesh system or access points with dedicated router, switch etc but for many central access works fine still.

      • access points with dedicated router - is it possible to keep the same WiFi network when doing this?

        just got the TUF-AX3000 and thinking to get another router such as the RT-AX58U for AiMesh

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      Some things that are better on non ISP routers are the following.

      Faster CPU, Ethernet and Wi-Fi speeds.
      More RAM.
      Better Wi-Fi range.
      Wi-Fi 6.
      Dual WAN.
      VPN client/server.
      Traffic analyzer.
      Parental controls.

  • Would it work with iiNet NBN HFC?

    • Asus is compatible with all ISPs. Make sure you enable VLAN ID of 2 in the RT-AX58U settings.

      • +1

        Thanks Twix👍

  • Anyone can recommend between this one and Xiaomi ax3600?

  • I just got the TUF-AX3000 version and have iiNet FTTB.
    Any special settings I need to enable/disable?
    The ASUS’s WAN port is connected to a LAN port on the TP-Link modem from iiNet.

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