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Given this thread (https://forum.telus.com/t5/Internet-TV-Home-Phone/2-4G-Dropping-almost-every-day-on-Actiontec-3200/m...) and the multitude of issues with the 3200, what's the consensus on most reliable router? I used to be a Linksys guy back in the day, but gave up when they were bought by Cisco and I started having reliability issues with the last one I bought. The 3200 is hot garbage. I'm running an iPad, two iPhones, and one PC by wifi, plus a few wired devices.
@giantbrownguy I use the TP Link AC3150. It's very reliable and works well with my 150mbps fibre connection.
It's a bit pricy, but there is always something like Google WiFi. It's stupid easy to setup and reviews say it's reliable. Coincidentally, it's also manufactured by TP Link.
I've used TP-link switches a number times in the past, and currently have two in my network. I have also used their routers as well. No issues with their use.
x86 routing platform (pfSense, VyOS, etc)
Mikrotik (hardware to handle >300mbps WAN is expensive)
Ubiquiti EdgeRouter (same as Mikrotik)
I personally use pfSense on a old desktop with a quad port NIC and a managed Mikrotik switch.