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Dust magnet even in a clean room, fingerprints, scratches easily. Basically looks terrible after minutes in a real world scenario.
I see what you are saying but does a little bit of dust really bother you that much? I have my router in my closet and I'm pretty sure it's covered in dust but I never bother to even look at it when I open my closet.
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c8 router still holding strong, I dont see a reason to get this.
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Meh. Not a horrible option for the general consumer but I'll stick with pfsense and Ubiquiti APs.
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I'll stick with my NETDUMA router.
You realize that's just a Routerboard RB951G, right? It comes with RouterOS installed for $79 instead of the Netduma firmware. Granted RouterOS is not as easy to use as the Netduma firmware but it's actually more powerful if you want to take the time to learn it.
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c8 router still holding strong, I dont see a reason to get this.

C8 is the best AC1750 router on the market.
post #16 of 18
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Meh. Not a horrible option for the general consumer but I'll stick with pfsense and Ubiquiti APs.

I'm building a ClearOS router as I've had enough of these routers that keep disconnecting and can't add long addresses.
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I'm building a ClearOS router as I've had enough of these routers that keep disconnecting and can't add long addresses.
I played around with ClearOS a few years ago and it does have some cool features to it. Very nice interface. How nerfed is the community-free version?
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What's wrong with being glossy?
I have 1 monitor with a glossy bessel... it reflects from one of my other monitors that makes me think a person is standing behind me when i have stream or something playing on another monitor. I hate having things reflect. Its one of those things where you might have a blue light behind your computer, and now it reflects on something like this and makes a big blue glow on the wall. Granted my router is in a closet, its not uncommon to have on a desk.
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