if this router don't have an SFP+ port i'm wondering why 🙂
Awaiting a kind reply,
WiFI 7- TP-Link has a deco product with two 6 GHz bands (1 and 2). They also have a non-deco product with WiFi Alliance Easy Mesh capabilities. ASUS ROG 7 phone has WiFi 7, they need to get on the ball and have dual 6 GHz band to compete.
May be possible, crossing fingers... A tree trunk/branch fell recently knocking out the coax cable providing internet service to our house. While I had an Android phone setup for backup it did not switch over, and our internet was immediately down. The solution was to unplug one end of the Ethernet cable between cable modem and WAN port (AXE16000) upon which backup service was almost immediately provided from the cellular service.
As a suggestion if possible make it actually switch over when there is a service side of modem/ONT outage….
Improvement: Better or improved options for Network Place (Samba) Share.
Problem: Sambra seems to see a previous Share Folder on my USB Drive. However, when going to Map Drive, the 'share' folder does not exist and therefore cannot map drive to USB Drive. So, I would like to see more options, tools for Sambra to resolve this issue.
Include in the Traffic Analyser and other related tools ALSO traffic that is routed via the built-in VPN server(s).
Once I externally connect my device(s) via the VPN server, the generated traffic is not visbile anywhere.
My main concern is ASUS has fallen off the ball so to speak. TP-Link has WiFi 7 options being sold and more being released. Even as we await release of the RT-BE96 and GT-BE98 the current options available already surpass them. TP-Link has been selling their BE95 (BE33000) product on Amazon and through Best Buy for a while now, and it surpasses these two ASUS routers that aren’t even released yet. They need to get back to the top specs wise. I can live with bugs as long as BIOS fixes can be provided.
I’m honestly not waiting for an inferior product…