Asus RT-ACRH13 Firmware Download. I have the router as access point attached, since my old TP link the spirit has given up. From budget it has unfortunately for a 2nd Fritz! Box not outdated. The Asus RT-ACRH13 now hangs, as already mentioned, behind a Fritz! Box and serves as access point. Therefore, I can not say exactly how well the device works as 1st router. What I can say however is that the device as access point is super simple. First I have hanged the ASUS router to the current, then connected with the laptop via LAN cable, registered me on the router, clicked on the point, which it was to serve as an access point and finished the setup.
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Finally you have to connect the cable from the first router to a free LAN port and you can surf. For security reasons you should of course change the WLAN standard password and activate the MAC filtering if necessary. The latter goes ruckzuck and without problems. MAC address, click the "+" icon, and then click "Apply". That was all. What I noticed until then is that the complete menu of the router was very well kept clear and you very quickly find the most important settings immediately (I hate it if you have to fight through a thousand submenus).
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I have connected to the USB 3.0 port still an external hard drive, the releases. The setup itself went again this time without problems and super easy. Just as the users in the router create and the release was a thing of a few minutes. What now the copy speed concerns. The lies with me with approximately 10 MB/s. This speed rate had I had a few weeks ago synonymous with my NAS so I assume that it is s.meinen network. On the hard drive via USB 3.0, the write rate was already about 110 MB/s. In my laptop I still have an 867 Mbit/s 5GHz WLAN card and now online gaming is really fun. I can now without problems on my cable and do not notice any difference.
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Also the range of the WLAN connection is completely correct. The router is in the basement (steel concrete ceiling) and 2 floors up above I still receive the 2.4 GHz WLAN and can surf over it. What I also find practical: You can turn the LEDs on and off by pressing a button, which is especially recommended when you sleep in the same room, since they are already extremely bright. I had ever had a router from ASUS and its web surface was just as clearly structured and I would always buy an ASUS router from now on.