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ASUS 4G-AC86U Cat. 12 600Mbps Dual-Band AC2600 LTE Modem Router, Support guest work with captive portal, Lifetime Free Aiprotection Pro internet…

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ASUS 4G-AC86U Cat. 12 600Mbps Dual-Band AC2600 LTE Modem Router, Support guest work with captive portal, Lifetime Free Aiprotection Pro internet…
ASUS 4G-AC86U Cat. 12 600Mbps Dual-Band AC2600 LTE Modem Router, Support guest work with captive portal, Lifetime Free Aiprotection Pro internet…

£243.97

Description

  • Ultimate LTE Advanced Speed – Qualcomm Snapdragon X12 4G LTE Category 12 technology lets enjoy up to 600Mbps internet speeds anywhere
  • Ultrafast Wi-Fi – AC2600 Wi-Fi speeds boosted with TurboQAM 4×4 dual-band technology to handle even the busiest home networks with ease
  • Ultrawide Coverage – High-performance antennas, ASUS AiRadar and Range Boost eliminate dead spots, and MU-MIMO maximizes Multi-device performance
  • Commercial-grade Security – AiProtection, powered by Trend Micro, blocks and neutralizes internet security threats for all connected smart devices
  • Easy WiFi Portal – Easy share network with click-through Free WiFi portal; grow business with sign-on Captive Portal to set up customer or visitor WiFi within steps.

Additional information

Specification: ASUS 4G-AC86U Cat. 12 600Mbps Dual-Band AC2600 LTE Modem Router, Support guest work with captive portal, Lifetime Free Aiprotection Pro internet…

Platform
Operating System

General
Brand

ASUS

Specification
Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Item model number

‎90IG05R0-BM9100

Manufacturer

Series

‎ASUS (4G-AC86U) AC2600

Colour

Connectivity Type

‎Wi-Fi

Wireless Type

‎802.11a

Product Dimensions

‎35 x 11.6 x 23.4 cm, 797 Grams

Voltage

‎220

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎2 Kilowatt Hours

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries packed with equipment

Lithium Battery Weight

‎2 Grams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

‎5

Number of Lithium Metal Cells

‎5

Item Weight

‎797 g

Guaranteed software updates until

‎unknown

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for ASUS 4G-AC86U Cat. 12 600Mbps Dual-Band AC2600 LTE Modem Router, Support guest work with captive portal, Lifetime Free Aiprotection Pro internet…

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  1. shane pepper

    Very disappointed with the router.
    Takes too long to boot up and this router sits side by side a TP-Link router both using the same 4g network
    sim cards. The TP-Link router delivers 16 -27 Mbps.
    The Asus only delivers 6-11 Mbps.
    I have swapped the sim cards over and the result is the same as an experiment.
    Same Sims and same contracts there is no difference in contract speeds.
    So very disappointed with the product and its not cheap either.
    Had Asus twice before and was really pleased.
    contacted Asus and Finally got through, but not happy with their response.
    So wont buy Asus again, such a shame as previous 2 were really good.

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  2. Amazon buyer

    It is good, as usual one can expect from Asus. It is stable. More importantly, it is safe. No other brands of routers I would trust.

    However, maybe it is not good enough. Speed is slower (in comparison to other router, or my old Asus router). VPN is not the most stable, i.e., drop every few days or a week. And it will not reconnect automatically. Problem of firmware??? Wait for a more stable firmware to be released.

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  3. Niall O’Brien

    I’ve used a few ASUS DSL routers in the past and found them to be pretty good especially feature-wise. This 4G router has been my worst experience with an ASUS product. When I opened the box the SIM card tray and tool was in a plastic packet. However the Quick Start Guide said the tray should already be inserted in the unit and you should pop it out to insert your card. I don’t know if I got a unit which had already been opened or if this was a mistake with the Guide or packaging issue at the factory.

    I’m also not sure if it had a software or hardware issue but the router would not connect to the internet. It kept showing a ‘could not read SIM card’ error. A few seconds later it would read the SIM card, pick up the APN details before showing the error message again. After hours of trying to solve this I finally managed to get it so show an LTE signal, but it quickly failed again before I could even test if the internet was working. The SIM card works perfectly in other devices so it…

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  4. Jez

    Good router and works very well with an external antenna, however VPN performance using OpenVPN is quite slow. Also regularly fails to connect to 4G on startup, so sometimes needs 2 or 3 restarts before a connection is established which is a pain as it is quite slow to boot. That said, once established it is maintained well. Currently getting up to 90Mbps down and 40Mbps up on EE when signal strength indicator is one bar less than max.

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  5. hop123

    I had been mulling over this item for a year but finally made a move.

    It is only a few days since I started to use this router, but I am quite hopeful that this is the right solution and it has stood firm without any initial hiccup.

    The very feature I was after is the one where you can switch between several mobile network types. Not only being of the very few products available in this category, but also being so expensive, I would not have forked out for this one.

    In the area where I live, you cannot expect much from the copper fixed-line internet due to the poor quality of cable used as well as the cap at the local exchange. To solve the slow uplink/downlink speed, my initial idea was to add a Netgear 4G LTE modem to my existing ASUS RT-AC68U. I was happy for some while but the Netgear is unable to select the mobile network type manually, and it began to have the habit of being stuck in 3G, not 3.5G, even if the 4G reception is fine. This effectively kept me away from the faster…

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  6. John B.

    ASUS 4G-AX56 : It uses Yandex which appears to be a Russian company.

    When you setup the device for the first time, it asked if you want to use Yandex with a Yes and a Yes option.

    You can disable it once the router has been setup.

    Also the interface is slow and seems to reboot after most configuration changes. I will be sticking to Draytek LTE routers.

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  7. Daniel

    Used to replace three network router.

    Worked first time did not have to manually configure any 4G settings, worked straight out the box

    Has all the relevant features you would expecte from any router of to day.

    Only downside to this router is the cost , it’s not far off Cisco or other SMB products, and can not understand why there is such a high price tag, but there’s limited choice in 4G routers with removable antennas

    Also the boot time to fully working is nearly 5 minutes

    Have to reboot every few days, I’ve turned on schedule reboot now.

    Also there’s been no firmware updates in nearly a year.

    Looks like an abandoned product line

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