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    Quote Originally Posted by mylica View Post
    damend 279? warranty? how many years?
    3 years.

    Just arrive @ Cybermind.

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    Here's the RT-N66U, with three dual-band 7 dBi antennae replacing the default (5 dBi?) Asus antennae. The dual-band dBi antennae are from Engenius.


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    Wondering where to download the latest firmware. Though there is this .108 mentioned in the forums but now ASUS webby only show .96 is available for download.

    Just curious, what is the safest (max.) allowable TX power (in mW) can be set?

    Hmmm...Out of the box, the router works very well. Much better than the Engenuis9850. This is esp so when using wifi on the mobile devices. The log on is almost instantaneous. =)
    Cheong arh...Hoot dah....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonn View Post
    Wondering where to download the latest firmware. Though there is this .108 mentioned in the forums but now ASUS webby only show .96 is available for download.

    Just curious, what is the safest (max.) allowable TX power (in mW) can be set?

    Hmmm...Out of the box, the router works very well. Much better than the Engenuis9850. This is esp so when using wifi on the mobile devices. The log on is almost instantaneous. =)
    APAC set max 100mW. You can download the latest bios in Asus Global website

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    I only set 50 for mine.

    Pretty much cover my small house.
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    hairy still available in cybermind? thinking to go down today

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylica View Post
    hairy still available in cybermind? thinking to go down today
    Yeah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pa9797 View Post
    APAC set max 100mW. You can download the latest bios in Asus Global website
    Disappointed with the 5Ghz coverage. Its so much lower than 2.4Ghz even if I set it to 100mW.

    When I use the Wifi Analyser on Android, the meter does not even reach the max even when inside the same room as the router. The 2.4Ghz band has excellent coverage in all corners of my house.

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    IIRC the higher the speed the shorter the distance covered.

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    16/03/2011 Updates (what throttling?)

    ~ Some updates ~

    When getting smoky trying to under and over bake my potato chip using the Z77/X79 retail pan, i'm pretty surprised that my Utorrent network is like a mini seedbox at this moment peer to peer download? UTP? hehe, or maybe i'm downloading from my own seedbox

    Check out the time, what throttling is there to talk about? Raw speed rules

    If you are wondering if i'm on wired, check it out again







    Back to trying to under under bake my potato chip again

    Back with more updates soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by maylyn View Post
    ~ Some updates ~

    When getting smoky trying to under and over bake my potato chip using the Z77/X79 retail pan, i'm pretty surprised that my Utorrent network is like a mini seedbox at this moment peer to peer download? UTP? hehe, or maybe i'm downloading from my own seedbox

    Check out the time, what throttling is there to talk about? Raw speed rules

    If you are wondering if i'm on wired, check it out again







    Back to trying to under under bake my potato chip again

    Back with more updates soon
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    Avoiding Brute Force Attacks Via The WPS Protocol

    For everyone information

    Official Announcement:
    Avoiding Brute Force Attacks Via The WPS Protocol


    Singapore (March 29, 2012), For ASUS wireless and networking products,
    security is always the first priority.

    In response to US CERT report on the vulnerability of the WPS protocol,
    ASUS is now working with the Wi-Fi Alliance to develop a firmware update
    capable of deterring and protecting from such attacks. We will keep
    registered users informed as to the availability of this firmware update,
    and will post it on our support site, as well.

    To enhance security, most ASUS routers automatically disable WPS 2 minutes
    after setup. Users can also manually disable WPS-PIN (the WPS push button
    will still work) through router setup to avoid possible concerns. Follow
    these steps to do so:

    Launch your browser and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar. Then use
    admin for both username and password to log-in to the router user
    interface.
    Go to the Advanced Setup menu, and select Wireless Settings.
    Under WPS settings, select OFF for Enable WPS. **
    Click Apply to save settings.

    ** The Enable WPS button is available currently on RT-N66U only. More
    models adopting Asus new firmware, Asus WRT, will also incorporate this
    function.

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    Dear all,

    We are very proud to announce new firmware update for ASUS Router, it contains significant new features that will improve security and performance.

    Download latest ASUS router firmware: http://www.asus.com/microsite/2014/n...irmware_update

    How to upgrade ASUS router firmware: http://www.asus.com/support/Search-R...ter%20firmware
    Last edited by ASUS_SG; Feb 19th, 14 at 05:57 PM.

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