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Amped Wireless High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Router (R10000G)

Amped Wireless High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Router (R10000G)

The Amped Wireless High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Router provides long range, high performance wireless Internet access over extreme distances. The R10000G is equipped with advanced dual 600mW wireless amplifiers and 5dBi detachable high gain antennas to provide up to 10,000 square feet of high performance Wi-Fi coverage. The High Power Gigabit Router features a powerful 620MHz internal processor, five gigabit networking ports for blazing fast wired connections and MIMO Wi-Fi technology for ultra-fast wireless speeds. The High Power Gigabit Router is great for providing extreme range Wi-Fi coverage and ultra-fast wired connections for large homes (and backyards), and multi-floor offices or warehouses.

  • Dual high power 600mW amplifiers and dual high gain 5dBi antennas provide superior Wi-Fi coverage
  • Ultra-fast MIMO technology delivers Wireless-N speeds for HD streaming, transferring large data files and multiplayer gaming
  • Gigabit wired ports and a powerful internal processor deliver ultra-fast wired connections
  • Great for providing Wi-Fi coverage in large homes, open spaces, backyards, warehouses and offices

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  1. 46 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Equivalent 2.4Ghz signal to an Asus RT-N66U or a Cisco E4200 v1, March 26, 2012
    Michael A. Behr “mabehr” (New York, NY United States) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

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    I’m a nerd with dead spots in my house, and – because this is a real quality of life issue – I went out and spent a ridiculous amount to get three top of the line routers: a Cisco-Linksys E4200 Dual-Band Wireless-N Router, and an ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router, and set them side by side. While this is definitely a decent router, I am likely sticking with the Asus as my primary router. This is either destined for Ebay, or is going to one of my less technical friends/family.

    I used both Amped Wireless’s own Android application and a program called InSSIDer 2.0 to measure the actual signal strength observed by my laptop while in my basement office. I used speedtest.net to measure speed. In terms of signal strength on the 2.4Ghz spectrum, the Amped Wireless R10000G had a Relative Signal Strength almost identical to the Cisco-Linksys E4200 Dual-Band Wireless-N Router and the ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router.

    Setup: Setup is ridiculously easy and you can very easily see the company’s stress on making things idiot proof. They even plug in ethernet cables for you to connect to your cable modem. (This isn’t just done to make it idiot proof. They also do this to try and ensure the ethernet cables are plugged in *before* the antenna; a note indicates that damage could result otherwise. Also, the supplied ethernet cables have slightly smaller termination elements which makes for n easier fit than the Cables To Go 27153 Cat6 550 Mhz Snagless Patch Cable, Black (10 Feet) cables I had lying around, further reducing risk to the antennae.)

    Customer Service: One of the big things that interested me about the Amped Wireless proposition was this concept of ELITE Customer Support. I found mixed results. After receiving the unit and having some problems, I reached out to customer service but got very slow responses. After getting fed up, I wrote to the CEO by looking him up on LinkedIn and then got premier service. The CS reps identified that my router’s memory had gotten corrupted during a firmware upgrade and I swapped out the device. I was impressed at the level of service I eventually received, but was very frustrated that I had to go to such lengths.

    Signal: The signal in my basement, according to Amped Wireless’ Android application, was about 65 DBm. This matched almost exactly to the signal of the other two routers. This whole business of 900Mbps routers is a nice idea, but my cable company tells me I’m getting only 50Mbps up and down, so most of that is wasted. (In reality, I’m lucky if I get 10 down and 3 up.) This might be much stronger than some $20 router, but from my point of view, it was nothing special, and a bit of a letdown. While I did get signal all through the house, the signal was so weak in parts as to be nearly unusable (<1Mbps down, 100Kbs up).
    My basement is about 25 feet away from the ground-floor router, with the entire home being 50 feet long and 3000 square feet. As these things go, it’s on the larger side of homes in the neighborhood, but is dwarfed the McMansions.

    Other technicals:
    – The lack of 5Ghz signal didn’t really bother me that much because my experience has been that 5Ghz yields high speeds at close range. Since I was buying the device to get signal all over a large house,
    – The DoS prevention was a nice bonus and discovered that I was apparently the target of a lot of port scanning.
    – I had issues with the port forwarding. While from outside of the network, I could get in through port N, if I was actually inside the network, I couldn’t access my router’s public face.

    [Update 4/7]
    Responding to a comment below, what threw me over the edge to rank the ASUS #1, Cisco #2, and the Amped #3? It was close (especially for the Silver & Bronze), but it was mostly because while the Amped was going through the RMA process to get working hardware, the ASUS came off of backorder and worked well. I started out this process frustrated with my Cisco’s frequent lockups, which had in turn replaced an older Netgear. By the time the Amped came back, I was a happy ASUS customer already.

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  2. 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars

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    It is so easy to set up and the range is the best. With other brands, D-LINK in particular, I always had a low signal. Only 50 feet away, straight shot with nothing in the way, no walls, doors, etc. and only got 3 bars at best using an external antenna both on the computer and the router. With this brand I now use just the rubber duck antenna and 5 full bars of signal. No more unsightly external antenna in the house. Covers my back yard and every square inch of my property. .2 of an acre lot. my computer in my shed in my backyard now sees signal at 5 full bars whereas before I got zip,nada,nothing. Why a computer in my shed ? Well that is where all of my Ham gear is. being able to send a confirmation of the call is now quick and easy.

    Their support on the other hand is not so hot. This unit is too new that the tech has not had a chance to play with one yet. I guess the manufacturer does not train the techs on new product. I had a question about port forwarding and he could not tell me what i needed to know let alone know under which menu it was located.

    Fortunatly the techs at Sorense video relay helped. My wife is deaf and I have to make sure her video phone works with the router or it is a no go.
    10 minutes later we had it up and running just fine. For those of you with this issue the unit is fine. For those of you without, no bother.
    Later i measured the output of my old D-LINK and the AMPED WIRELESS. 50 milliwats and 580 millwatts respectivley. Not much power really but a bit over a half a watt made a big difference for me. It has all the necesarry bits and pcs. WPA WPA2 WEP etc. External PBC makes it very easy when you having to set up a DVD machine, TV, etc. No more having to enter in the password into these type of devices and we all know how much of a pain that can be using the supplied remote control. External. so no having to get into the router menu. Sweet.
    08/09/12 UPDATE. It is still working and without a hiccup. I have not had to reboot it once as I have had to do with others. I have truly forgoten about it as it works seamlessly and without notice. It is like my system is wired. This company is leding the pack in this area and the other companies have not even tried to catch up yet. They do not understand the threat to their business this thing is giving them. this router is definatlly worth every penny and then some. It is really set and forget

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  3. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Malfunction after 8 hours, March 29, 2012

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    Set up easily. Good instructions. Had a broadcast range that was much improved over the Comcast rental gateway. However, 8 hours after set up the throughput was erratic and sloooooow. Still had 5 bars but sloooow data transfers. Checked the cable modem and desktop speedtest.net which was great. But all wireless devices experienced erratic throughput. Changed the channel a couple times, rebooted a couple times, turned off WPA – made no difference. Called tech support and their comment was, “well, it should work.” They had no suggestions for trouble shooting. They told me to return it. I did and bought an ASUS RT-N66U. ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router Much happier.

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    Jul 13, 2012 2:34:23 PM PDT

    We are sorry to hear about your negative experience with our router. It appears that the product you received did not function properly. Your experience is not typical, as this is not how our routers perform. This is a case where our warranty comes in to play. We guarantee all Amped Wireless devices for 1 year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, but occasional the product can be damaged during the transit process.

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