This Netgear Nighthawk AX12 router is PERFECT for that - arguably the most powerful consumer router on the market! Down = 26.7Mbps *3 ギガビットワイヤレス速度を実現するには、ネットワークに 160MHz チャネルをサポートする互換性のあるデバイスが必要です。インテル製ギガビット WiFi 対応デバイスをサポートしています。子機も WiFi 6 を標準サポートしている必要があります。 Since I brought up the app/software lets talk about that first. To have a Wi-Fi 6 network that’s compatible without compromising the performance, for now, you’ll need to use a tri-band Wi-Fi 6 router and dedicate a 5GHz band solely for Wi-Fi 6 clients. I’d recommend the GT-AX11000 since it offers a lot of Wi-Fi customization. An ethernet connection into the Netgear with my laptop gives me 960mbps up and down speeds ( mainly). Its pretty large and possibly the heaviest router I have ever held. Upgraded to the RAX120 and shelled out quite a bit of money for this and 2 nighthawk EAX 80's for overkill wifi coverage. On the back, the RAX120 has the usual four Gigabit LAN ports and one Gigabit WAN (Internet) port. Thank you. I had to change its Wi-Fi settings at times to make sure it delivered the fastest possible Wi-Fi 6 speeds, and at others to make it work with Wi-Fi 5 and older clients. I then tested via WiFi and the speed fluctuated between 6-50 MB/s. If you’re willing to install Netgear’s ReadyShare applications, you’ll have the option to back up data and access files via the Internet. Also just noticed that it looks like the RAX200 has a gloss finish compared to the matte finish of the RAX120. What’s more, there’s also a Media Server function that turns the router into a streaming server for local network streamers. I would recommend this product. Please report by highlighting it and pressing Ctrl Enter Thank you! By the way, the router is not wall-mountable. It’s my educated guess that eventually, Netgear Wi-Fi 6 routers will get Armor, too, via firmware updates. Connection properties showed 2.4Gbps connection speed. So far - it's been solid and consistent. Growing up in a small farm town, tech wasn't around, unless it was in a tractor. Wi-Fi6とは? I can now confirm from your article that RAX120 supports 160 Mhz channel width with Intel AX200, not 80+80 Mhz which is not supported by AX200. Wi-Fi 6 in Layman's Terms: Speed, Range, and More. You need to take another look at this router. I have a Velop MX5 coming as a replacement if the SSID change doesn’t work (read your review on the MX10 to get to that decision). I ended up returning it not because of the speed but because of the range. Make sure your laptop supports Gigabit (1000 Mbps) and not Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps). Any suggestions? Also, the fact there aren’t many Wi-Fi 6 clients out there means you can’t enjoy it much, yet. But then when they say the router supports internet speeds up to 2gbps it makes me think that’s using the port aggregation instead since the advertised internet speed is exactly 2 x 1gbps. From the connected computer, open a browser, such as Chrome, and point it to the router’s default IP address, which is, or. Make sure that your mobile device is connected to your NETGEAR router's WiFi network. That said, the DRAM/flash configuration for the AX12 is the first to use 1GB of DRAM paired with 512MB of flash on Wi-Fi 6.

The fan is supposed to turn on only under heavy load but I had to sleuth it because it was getting hot.