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ASUS RT-AX59U – Extendable Wifi 6 Router with Mobile Tethering (Replacement of 4G 5G routers), for home and SMEs, Instant Guard, VPN, parental…

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ASUS RT-AX59U – Extendable Wifi 6 Router with Mobile Tethering (Replacement of 4G 5G routers), for home and SMEs, Instant Guard, VPN, parental…
ASUS RT-AX59U – Extendable Wifi 6 Router with Mobile Tethering (Replacement of 4G 5G routers), for home and SMEs, Instant Guard, VPN, parental…

£119.00

Description

  • WiFi Built for Smart Homes – Ultrafast WiFi 6 dual-band router with powerful quad-core CPU and 160 MHz channels support, delivering up to 4,200 Mbps speed and reliable connectivity
  • Aesthetic and Functional Design – An innovative foot stand for both desktops and wall mount, and the ultra-minimalist design can fit into your home or business environments
  • One-Tap Safe Browsing – Block undesirable content with ASUS Safe Browsing, and protect your kids online by filtering explicit content from search results
  • Commercial-grade Security Anywhere – Protect your home network with AiProtection Pro, powered by Trend Micro. And when away from home, ASUS Instant Guard gives you a one-click sharable secure VPN
  • Advanced Parental Controls – Protect your kids online with instant monitoring, content filters and customized settings for each connected device, at no extra cost
  • Easy Extendable Network – Enjoy seamless roaming with rich, advanced features by adding any AiMesh-compatible router

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Specification: ASUS RT-AX59U – Extendable Wifi 6 Router with Mobile Tethering (Replacement of 4G 5G routers), for home and SMEs, Instant Guard, VPN, parental…

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Brand

ASUS

Specification
Package Dimensions

‎25.8 x 17.9 x 10.7 cm, 1.05 Kilograms

Item model number

‎RT-AX59U

Manufacturer

Series

‎ASUS (RT-AX59U) AX4200 WIFI 6

Wireless Type

‎802.11a

Item Weight

‎1.05 kg

Guaranteed software updates until

‎unknown

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for ASUS RT-AX59U – Extendable Wifi 6 Router with Mobile Tethering (Replacement of 4G 5G routers), for home and SMEs, Instant Guard, VPN, parental…

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Wi-Fi reaches the far end of my garden from my upstairs office so very pleased with that.
    Lots of security features; though I had to re-install firmware to get the encryption standard to recognise properly.

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  2. SLK204

    Took a while researching but wanted wifi6, mesh upgradability, coverage, gigabit, decent chipset and non-Chinese. Works good after 24 hours. Used only off a 4g connection by wan (dhcp) so can’t vouch for speeds (max throughout 60/20mbps), but it took that nicely and the app made setup easy. Guest network setup is a doddle, as is separating 2.4ghz and 5ghz to support iot devices. Hasn’t reduced speed from the 4g router it draws Internet from – very happy and plain sailing so far.

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  3. Citizen

    Thought this had a better range covers the house ok, garden ok, garage not as good

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  4. Mr. A. Cheal

    Due to the internal aerials and nifty wall (or shelf) mount bracket it was really straightforward to do a very neat physical installation – in our case behind the TV.
    Now to some technical stuff :-
    1)Initial setup , note the WAN and wifi details of your old router, then disconnect and replace with the ASUS inc connecting the WAN cable – install the ASUS APP and scan the QR code on the base -a few minutes later and you’re up and running.
    2) I’d recommend checking default settings by running the scan function on AiProtection / Router Security Assessment.
    3) Took me a couple of hours but I fairly quickly got an IPSec VPN server setup configured with two clients (Win 11 Laptopn & Ipad).
    4)Traffic Analyser is really useful but it needs enabling first.
    5) It’s running way way cooler than my old Technicolour router so I suspect energy usage is much improved.

    All in all thus far – excellent!!

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  5. damo82

    I used it as a mesh network node using WIFI connection to the main WIFI router, if you are already using the Asus WIFI router and want to extend the WIFI coverage, it won’t be disappointed. Simply plug in the power supply (close to your WIFI router first), using Asus mobile apps to join to your existing network and wait for few minutes, done. Relocate to your place which you want to extend the WIFI signal, enjoy.

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  6. Mr. A. Cheal

    I was looking for a new router with WiFi6 and VPN to replace my old Netgear. I found both the AX58 and this, the AX59.

    The form of this router is much more aesthetically pleasing than the 58, and with VPN mentioned in the description and the user manual, I went for the AX59

    It’s a really neat little unit. The netgear had been hidden away out of sight because it was an ugly brute, but the AX59 is the size of a hardback novel and sits quietly on the shelf with just a glowing white light to show that it’s working.

    Setup was simple, plug in the router cable and go to 192.168.50.1 from your laptop and you start the setup routine which asks you how you intend to use the router.

    With the wifi setup, it was time to test the reception (with the router placed in the same place as the netgear for comparison). The signal strength in the upstairs bedroom that would normally drop out was really strong, and I got 36mpbs on the download test (60mbps line), through two thick brick walls. Sitting next…

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  7. Big John

    Smaller and lighter than I thought it would be which is good as intended to wall mount. If you’re familiar with the Asus interface then it’s business as usual. Can’t comment on range as it’s in a garage which is tin lined

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  8. Citizen

    Fixed the pathetic coverage of my Virgin Media Hub 3. I now have WiFi all the way to the loft and even to the shed at the back of the garden! Amazing speed, get 530mbps at most of the house, about 450mbps at the loft and about 250mbps at the shed (500mbps contract)

    Simply set the Virgin kit to work on modem mode and wire this beast to it. There are plenty of videos on YouTube explaining how to do it all if you are not confident enough.

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