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TP Link Archer AX6000 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router

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Boasting throughput speeds up to 6,000 Mb/s, the Archer AX6000 Wi-Fi Router from TP-Link features support for Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 ax), a Wi-Fi standard in which employs wireless technologies like OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access) and multi-user MIMO (Multiple Input and Multiple Output) to deliver faster as well as more reliable Wi-Fi connections compared to Wi-Fi 5 (802.11 ac).

TP Link Archer AX6000 Router Feature

Blazing Speed – AX6000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi speed boosted by 1024QAM deliver astonishing wireless speed up to 5952 Mbps: 4804 Mbps (5 GHz) and 1148 Mbps (2.4 GHz).
Ultra Connective – 1 × 2.5 Gbps WAN port, 8 × Gigabit LAN ports, and 2 × USB 3.0 in Type A and Type C.
Highly Efficient – OFDMA increases average throughput by 4 × in high-density scenarios, compared to an 802.11 ac standard router. Downlink and uplink MU-MIMO are both sustained.
Powerful Processing – 1.8 GHz Quad-Core CPU and 2 coprocessors eradicate latency and deliver stable performance.
Intelligent Connection – Band Steering directs clients to the less congested band and Airtime Fairness optimizes the time usage.
Security System Built-In – TP-Link HomeCareTM supplies the entire connect with advanced antimalware service powered by Trend MicroTM, delivering Antivirus, Parental Controls and QoS.
Easy Setup – Link to your router using Bluetooth and set it up in minutes with the powerful Tether app.

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TP Link Archer AX6000 Router Spec.

Standards Wi-Fi 6
IEEE 802.11ax/ac/n/a 5 GHz
IEEE 802.11ax/n/b/g 2.4 GHz
WiFi Speeds AX6000
5 GHz: 4804 Mbps (802.11ax, HE160)
2.4 GHz: 1148 Mbps (802.11ax)
WiFi Range 8× Fixed High-Performance Antennas
Multiple antennas form a signal-boosting array to cover more directions and large areasBeamforming
Concentrates wireless signal strength towards clients to expand WiFi rangeHigh-Power FEM
Improves transmission power to strengthen signal coverage4T4R
Multiple streams in the same band strengthen the fault tolerance in transmission
Processor 1.8 GHz 64 Bit Quad-Core CPU
Ethernet Ports 1× 2.5 Gbps WAN Port
8× Gigabit LAN PortsStatic Link Aggregation (LAG) available with 2× LAN ports
USB Support 1× USB-C 3.0 Port
1× USB-A 3.0 PortSupported Partition Formats:
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32Supported Functions:
Apple Time Machine
FTP Server
Media Server
Samba Server
WiFi Encryption WPA
WPA/WPA2-Enterprise (802.1x)
Guest Network 1× 5 GHz Guest Network
1× 2.4 GHz Guest Network

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TP Link Archer AX6000 Router Rewiews:

The Archer AX6000 is powered by a 1.8 GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 128MB of flash memory. It’s a dual-band eight-stream router (four streams on each band) that utilizes the latest 802.11 ax tech with 1024 QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) to achieve maximum theoretical data rates of approximately 1,148 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and approximately 4,804 Mbps on the 5GHz band. TP Link Archer AX6000 Router additionally supports 160MHz channel width, automatic band-steering, MU-MIMO data streaming, and direct-to-client signal beamforming, but Archer AX6000 Routerdoes not yet support the new WPA3 encryption protocol, which is required for Wi-Fi 6 certification.
The TP-Link Archer AX6000 proved to be quite stable during our testing. We connected a variety of clients to it, including laptops with Intel chips, an iPhone, and multiple Android smartphones. All devices connected quickly and consistently to the AX6000.

Throughput testing with an Intel AX201 Wi-Fi 6 chipset showed decent, even though unexceptional Wi-Fi 6 speeds. At the time that this router was introduced the speeds were quite solid, but given newer Wi-Fi 6E gear and the significantly faster speeds offered, the AX6000 feels more mid-range than it did in 2019. While the 5 GHz near speed of 789 Mbps is certainly solid, the throughput on the 2.4 GHz of 132 Mbps when close, as well as 76 Mbps on the far test offered no significant advantage over even older 802.11 ac routers.

TP Link Archer AX6000 Router

Ever again, the TP-Link Archer AX6000 router showed its strengths and weaknesses in our testing. We did obtain some definitely fast gaming scores on our test game of Overwatch, for example 123.7 fps when wired, and an even slightly faster frame rate of 127.3 fps when connected through 5 GHz, both with nothing else running.

From a gameplay standpoint, when connected via 5 GHz, the fps were well maintained, both without the QoS at 119.3 FPS, and a slightly faster, and near to wired speed of 120.7 fps with the QoS activated with our ten 8K videos streaming in the background.


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1 review for TP Link Archer AX6000 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router

  1. Robert Alexander

    Previous to buying the AX6000, our household used a Netgear R7000 for years. It was pretty solid but had been acting up as of late with a reboot needed pretty much daily. I suspect it may have been a load issue. In any case, I decided to get a Wifi 6 enabled router and chose this one given how long it has been around. I figured it would be pretty stable by now. :) The install went super smooth. I connected to it using a web browser just like I did with the Netgear and it was easy to use and in the advanced section had a ton of configuration that most people will never use but it is there if you need it. Since I used the same wifi settings all of the devices in the house connected up right away. I was a bit surprised to see 21 over wifi which may not be a lot for some people but I guess it adds up pretty fast. The router itself apparently will handle this without even breaking a sweat. All 4 CPU cores were in the 1 – 3% utilization range which was expected given no streaming was taking place at the time. Memory use was at 40%. I saw nothing about needing a subscription and full HomeCare section was available to me. So I assume the documentation on Amazon about having a lifetime subscription is accurate and that is no longer the issue it once was. Lastly, I have a USB drive I use as a shared drive (i.e. “cloud” storage) and it just plain flat out worked right away and so far is behaving flawlessly. I’ll edit the review if needed as time goes on but unless you have a huge house or a zillion devices, this router should work great for you and is a great price point for what you get.

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