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You can set it up with minimum effort, and the router will take care of everything for you, including figuring out your download and upload speeds. The RT-AX86U also features another way to manage QoS if you choose to use its gaming features. More on this below.
Via a 2.5 Gbps wired connection, the router delivered sustained speeds of some 150 MB/s and 140 MB/s for reading and writing, respectively. And via a regular 1 Gbps connection, it averaged around 110 MB/s for both, about the max speed of Gigabit.
More importantly, this router has everything one would want from a Wi-Fi 6 machine, including the multi-gig support, top Wi-Fi specs, a robust interface, an excellent mobile app, and a ton of features and settings. And then it has the performance to match all of those.
Thanks, I will try out and see, but one more question, in my understanding, since both router and the medium bridge router are the same model, they have equal no. of streams (44 for both). and since they are both always on, or even at quite a high data rate (e.g. online gaming). will it fully occupy the bandwidth of the main wifi and make other devices being really slow or even unable to connect or it would just slow down a bit for the bridge router and let other devices work as usual
I have the Eero Pro 6 (I hate it, cant customize it and doesnt have many ports also you made it clear they are into hardcore data collecting) and wasnt sure if i am downgrading routers by looking at the Asus AX86-U.
Got it Dong, (TP Link AX11000 vs Asus GT-AX11000) and Asus RT-AX86U vs similar one in Tp Link/Netgear) but since RT-AX86U and TP Link AX11000 are at same price ($220) currently, will see. Ai-Mesh is however excellent feature, value added as you suggested plus Software/UI is another nice feature on Asus. Appreciate your website for such a Wonderful deep dive in tech.(I ended up spending almost 2 weeks+ reading your analysis on routers & Model Y road trips
I get 50MB/s write with a m2 wd blue drive tested with 3 different machines win Linux and mac mini m1 osx. dongs speeds are not real. with the drive connected to the machine I get +150mb/s, no issue with the drive or its USB 3.1 enclosure.
Hi dong, Im interested in this router but am unsure if i should go with a router that has wtfast built in. Gaming is primary function and was really hoping this would have support because of the zaku edition. Any insight would be great!
Thank you for your super speedy reply.. I thought it would be the case. Anyways, at least the bulk of the configurations files are done. It just takes a LONG time adding the nodes.. sometimes hit and miss.. I wish they could come up with a better way.. Ohh wishful thinking.
With that said, do you think a pair of AX86U with wired backhaul or XT8 would be better For XT8, I could take advantage of unhiding the dedicated 5G band for more clients. Is there any update whether ASUS would allow 160mhz for clients with 44 that was dedicated for backhaul WITH wired backhaul set upOr is the 5G band good enough with AX86U with the 160mhz
I definitely want to upgrade to a better system, and after reading a lot of your posts I was seriously considering moving to an AiMesh with the Asus XT8, because I will have to set it up with a wireless backhaul.
Once again, Dong, all your reviews and insights are so great. Love your passion for this topic. I purchased a Netgear Nighthawk RAX50 in September, and it took some time to troubleshoot various IoT device and DHCP issues. The WiFi performance has been pretty good, but I have had some intermittent reliability issues with the software; e.g., router becoming unreachable, 5 GHz band just stopped working, etc. Each time a hard reboot was required and resolve the issue. I also tried experimenting with an EAX20 range extender. Owing to some of the challenges, I decided to get an Asus RT-AX86U. For those reading this article, I have to say that the Asus mobile app is MUCH better than the Netgear app. It is far more responsive, quicker, and there are so much more metrics available, such as the RSSI for devices, real time traffic information and more. I did some preliminary tests and I was SUPER impressed with the wireless performance. You mention this in your article, comparing it to the GT-AX11000. The AX86U seems to have very good 5 GHz performance, sometimes getting 6 to 9 dB better RSSI in the same spot, compared with the RAX50. I did some tests with my iPhone XR and Macbook Air. The 2.4 GHz performance is not quite as good as the RAX50, sometimes the same and sometimes a few dB lower signal quality. Has this been your experience How would you compare these routers I am just thinking about getting rid of my RAX50 and EAX20, replacing it with one AX86U or two with Aimesh. I have a 3 storey home about 3000 sq. ft. One router has been usually pretty good at getting coverage.
Oh sorry, I meant to say wired. If I have my laptop or desktop wired directly to my Fiber connection its full speed (480/480mbps). Once the AX86U goes infront only upload speeds drop. Asus wants me to RMA but I think it must be something else since adding a switch in front of the Asus increases the speeds..its a weird one
Hi Dong,I currently have old Asus RT-N66U and just purchased (based on your review and info) the RT-AX86U as a general upgrade. 1Q: do you think I can use the configuration file of RT-N66U to configure RT-AX86U. It saves me some time due to specific settings I used for dhcp- dns- portforwarding (NAS- IP phone- Printer- 3 extra acces points are all on a fixed assigned IP).
My question revolves around providing good wireless coverage to my 3 story 3300 sq ft home. I am liking how this has been reviewing and think it would a great deal for the price and features. I am planning to place this in the middle of my home on the second floor and the biggest barrier to interference would be the concrete wall that essentially vertically divides the house in half into 2 rectangles.
I guess another option building off the third is two dual band top tier WiFi 5 routers with one on the main floor, and wired backhaul on the second floor. Both would be in the same corner of the house.
I recently bought the AX86U and through ethernet everything is great, I usually see 900+ download. Where it gets odd is when I use my Samsung note 20 ultra(has wifi 6) I am only getting around 400 when I am standing right next to the router. I have tried everything I know but I must be missing something within the settings. In addition to this, I tried to set up wan aggregation and the speeds actually got worse! I tried two modems so I must be doing something wrong. Any help is appreciated! Thank you!
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This is much better than - Recovering Show from good drive/dead tablo, but if the DB is too outdated and you just gotta, this is a last resort attempt. I just tried to show it works, not recover many several recordings.
I teach Python with Qt, and it is on my list to create a GUI version with a tableView widget that shows the Recordings table, but then again, they might decide to change the database structure, again.
@djk44883 That is incorrect, the only thing the /DB provides is the information about the recordings. The utility can still be used to make .MP4 files from any of the recordings so long as the /REC folder is still available.
Comments in the Python script provide sample database queries so that a person can determine which recording(s) to recover. Obviously the person with 3TB of recordings would have a lot of videos to watch to determine the title of the show / movie and the date, etc. without the the DB. The DB provides the metadata for the recordings. The utility just requires the recording ID which is just a number used to name the folder containing the individual segments of the recording.
@characato glad you found the correct version of the Tablo.db.As I am sure you know, it will be a long process to individually build that many recordings!The Tablo.db structure has changed over the years. I considered making a PyQt5 GUI app to allow recovery, but the structure could change again tomorrow, rendering that work useless. Regardless, at least you have some path forward.
Regarding the comments about using the database, keep in mind that there is absolutely no guarantee that the database will be present on the hard drive. Also there is no guarantee if the database is there, that it is current. This is documented many times in the Tablo Community. Odds are you will have recordings in the /REC folder that are not in the database depending on when the database was last manually saved.
I am sure you read my earlier comments regarding the structure of the Tablo.db changing periodically. I agree it would be nice to have the utility query and include the information, just remember that whatever worked now, might not work a year from now. 59ce067264