ASUS SRT-AC1900 AC1900 Onhub Google WiFi Router,Black


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  • Firmware is automatically updated with the latest features and security upgrades
  • Congestion-sensing antenna searches for the least-crowded channel to give you optimal Wi-Fi performance
  • ASUS-exclusive Wave Control lets you prioritize traffic to devices with a wave of your hand
  • Smart high-performance internal antennas, selected power amplifiers and fine-tuned radio frequency design deliver wide wireless coverage in any direction
  • The Google On app for Android and iOS allows simple setup and management

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ASUS SRT-AC1900 AC1900 Onhub Google WiFi Router,Black

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ASUS SRT-AC1900 AC1900 Onhub Google WiFi Router,Black

A router for the new way to Wi-Fi

We’re streaming and sharing in new ways our old routers were never made to handle. Meet OnHub, a new router from Google that’s built for all the ways you Wi-Fi.

Wi-Fi that keeps up with you shouldn’t be too much to ask. OnHub gives you reliable Wi-Fi coverage in more directions throughout your home, which means fast for everyone. Plus it was designed with a sleek, subtle appearance so you can place it out in the open where Wi-Fi can work its best.

OnHub has smart high-performance Wi-Fi antennas arranged in a circular pattern inside its shell.

Constantly works to optimize your Wi-Fi connection. It regularly searching for the least crowded Wi-Fi channel and will automatically switch to if it will improve your connection.

Delivers speeds of up to 1900 Mbps and supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies.

Prioritize a device for the fastest Wi-Fi speed when it matters most, like when you’re streaming a movie from your tablet.

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ASUS SRT-AC1900 AC1900 Onhub Google WiFi Router,Black

Speaks your language

Other routers make perfect sense, if you speak “blinking light.” OnHub communicates in a language you understand, through its companion Google On app.

The app guides you through easy-to-follow setup so you’ll be online in minutes.

If there’s ever a problem with your network, the app gives you helpful feedback that tells you what’s wrong and how to fix it.

The app makes it easy to get friends online. Text them your password right from the app so you don’t have to scramble for the password sticky note. The Google On app is available for Android 4.0 or higher and iOS 7 or higher.

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ASUS SRT-AC1900 AC1900 Onhub Google WiFi Router,Black

Keeps getting better

You should never have to think about updating your router, and now you don’t have to.

OnHub updates its router software with newly released features without interrupting your connection.

To keep your network safe, OnHub has software that includes advanced and always-evolving security features.

It includes next-generation technologies like Bluetooth Smart Ready, 802.15.4 and Weave, so that over time it will support a growing number of ‘smart devices’.

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ASUS SRT-AC1900 AC1900 Onhub Google WiFi Router,Black

Do more with Wave Control

Control OnHub with a wave of your hand over the top. For example, wave to prioritize a device to ensure it has enough bandwidth, like Chromecast while streaming a movie.

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    by Brendan

    ** Used to be good…What a night and day difference. We had been using TP-Link’s N600 (WDR3600) router for about 2 years. It was sufficient in the small 1,000 sq foot home we were in. When we moved to a slightly larger 1,500 sq foot , we noticed weak spots that caused videos to buffer or display in unacceptable quality. Since making the switch, not only has the Asus OnHub eliminated dead zones, but we also get coverage out in the driveway, and even up to the stop sign at the end of the road, seriously.The peace of mind that the router will always be up to date regarding security as well as not having to reboot is worth the steep price tag. We have the OnHub connected to an 8-port Netgear Ethernet switch (GS208) which is something you’ll want considering the 1 and only LAN port the OnHub offers, no biggie here as you can pick up a switch for $20-25.The only issue we had with the router was configuration (DNS). We noticed intermittent stalls in requests, so disconnecting and reconnecting to Wifi was the temporary fix. The permanent fix? Using the ISP’s DNS instead of the router’s default Google Public DNS. The Google Wifi phone reps were very knowledgeable and helpful.=================Edit (18 months later):We have been noticing some devices (especially iOS devices) will show as connected to Wifi but can’t load anything. The fix has been to turn off and on Wifi on the affected device. This seems to be a known issue as other users have reported, since July 2018 until now, October 2018.Another recent issue being the band steering. Devices now prefer 2.4 GHz instead of staying on 5 GHz like it used to. We purchased a 2nd OnHub to set up as a secondary mesh point in hopes of alleviating this issue but it seems the devices still prefer 2.4 GHz and want to stay stuck to the previous mesh point when roaming around. The max speed you will get on the 2.4 GHz band is about 80 Mbps – not ideal when you pay for significantly higher speeds. The latest firmware is on both units and I’ve done multiple hard resets and the issue still persists.

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    by David R.

    This is the answer to wireless congestion. If you’re thinking about it, just do it! Buy this router. I promise you won’t be disappointed. There are 2 adults and 2 children. We each have a wireless device as well 10 other wireless devices around the home. Wifi is very congested? With my old router, I never had any dead spots in my home. But my wifi speeds were SLOW. My wireless speeds were between 20mbs and 50mbs. From time to time I could get as high as 75mbs. But that was a rarity. With this router I can consistently get speeds of 100mbs. Absolutely amazing! Today I tested at over 200mbs (see photo). I’m going to add a single Google wifi just so I can get a better connection in the back yard.Setup was SO EASY. I disconnected my old router and had this one up, running and everything connected in less than 30 minutes.If you need the advanced router settings, then this isn’t for you. Very basic stuff here. I do use the DHCP reserve for my external drives. There’s also a USB port on the back that doesn’t seem to do anything…weird. Perhaps a future update will enable that?I also don’t like that there’s only the one ethernet port and there’s a USB port on the back that doesn’t seem to do anything…weird. Perhaps, a future firmware update will enable it? Also don’t like that there’s not a built in switch. But all good. I had an extra 8 port switch laying around.

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    by 3LAIMAN

    It’s been one month in since I’ve received, setup, and have been using my ASUS/Google OnHub and I’ve got to say… I am very happy and grateful that Google makes great, reliable and economical products. Let me just start off by saying that I don’t have the need to do anything fancy such as port forwarding or any of that nonsense. My original router was actually a hybrid made by Motorola and was the SBG6580 model which some of you fellow cable users might be accustomed to. Well after having that modem/router combo I noticed that I was having major problems with the wifi in addition to the low strength and throttled speeds in my apartment. Never had an issue with hardwired devices plugged directly to the modem but found myself resetting my Motorola every couple days if not every day. Of course I couldn’t put up with it anymore and hence I am now a very proud and happy owner of the OnHub.Packaging: Very simplistic, beautiful, and elegant would be the best way to describe it. Then again, have you ever bought a Google device and experienced otherwise? You’ll find the OnHub router upon taking off the top part of the box and underneath are simple basic instructions as well as the power cable and flat wire ethernet cable.Setup: I’ve had my fair share of setting up routers, and let me tell you, it isn’t a walk in the park for the most part. You connect it to a desktop and configure all the settings for the wifi name, password, etc. and sometimes it takes you several minutes just to get through the interface of said configurations. With the ASUS OnHub, you simply plug it in to your router, bust out your phone, Apple device, or Android device and use the corresponding OnHub app. Believe me when I say it’s as easy as signing into your Google account and pressing a couple of buttons and letting the OnHub do all the setup itself. It might take a while (20 minutes give or take) depending on how up to date the firmware is but once it’s all done, you just have to choose your network name and network passcode and you’re all good to go!Performance: My network settings probably isn’t optimal and the best as it’s currently configured mainly because I plugged in the OnHub directly to my modem and didn’t go into bridge mode. You may ask “why wouldn’t you bridge?” and my answer is simply, I need all the LAN ports on my modem for my desktop and private cloud server in addition to the LAN port for the OnHub. With all that being said though, this has no effect on my wifi performance though. In addition to getting a very generous range from the OnHub, my download speeds have been significantly boosted. Screenshots from my iPad show the differences in download speeds with the SBG 6580 against the OnHub. With both long range and unhindered maximum wifi speeds, I do not regret spending the $200 for this device.Pricing: Is it really worth it to buy a router that essentially is constrained and limited in configuration for the typical network geek and buff? Probably not. If, you’

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