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Linksys EA6400 Smart Wi-Fi Router - Dual Band AC 1600 Video Enthusiast IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n

  • Dual Band N300 + AC1300
  • Approximately 3x speed of Wireless-N
  • Smart Wi-Fi Apps, tools and mobility
  • 1 USB 3.0 port
  • 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports
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  • Brett A.
  • 12/13/2014 6:19:33 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsIt works

Pros: The firmware configuration is extremely well done I didn't have to change anything other than network names and passwords...no tweaking required.

Cons: The biggest con is that it doesn't have an external antenna and therefore it's not going to have the best input and output over greater distances.

Other Thoughts: RE: the review of Edgar L. who wrote "I am an IT technician. I make 100% of my income from my IT consulting business. I have been doing this for over 15 years. I am not some idiot user"

Edgar the genius "IT technician" is 100% wrong in this comment: "one of the options to sign into the router requires you to SETUP AN ACCOUNT WITH LINKSYS???!?!?! ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME?"

You ABSOLUTELY DO NOT have to create a linksys account to login the router. I DID NOT, although it seems like maybe you do, if you don't think a little bit.

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  • Edgar L.
  • 9/3/2014 7:19:55 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsWORST ROUTER EVER

Pros: ABSOLUTELY NONE

Cons: FIRMWARE, everything else.

Other Thoughts: I am an IT technician. I make 100% of my income from my IT consulting business. I have been doing this for over 15 years. I am not some idiot user who throws up their hands at the first hint of a problem. I have setup and installed countless routers. Everything from Cisco (real Cisco, BTW) to the cheapest and worst D-Links. I have I have never run into anything as horrible as this router.

The firmware is absolutely horrible. Not surprisingly, I am not the only person who feels this way. Do a quick Google search to find out how much users like "Smart Wifi".

Linksys has done everything in their power to prevent you from simply accessing the router configuration page. One of the options to sign into the router requires you to SETUP AN ACCOUNT WITH LINKSYS???!?!?! ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME? I just want to configure MY router. Well, just use the default password like their website says in the FAQ... Good luck with that... doesn't work.

I used to think that HP printers had the worst firmware developers in the industry. I was wrong. Somehow, through great effort and horrible decision making, Linksys has surpassed HP. Linksys needs to round up every developer who touched this firmware, every mid-level manager who supervised its development, and every executive who green lit "SmartWifi" and fire them. Not just fire them, blacklist them. Publish their names so that no one in their right mind would even think about hiring them.

I cannot stress this enough. This is the worst product I have ever had the misfortune of using. PLEASE choose something else.

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  • Andrew H.
  • 7/17/2014 8:22:24 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsNot as good as I hoped, but kept it

Pros: It works fine for 90% of the people who buy this. Didn't notice any speed issues.

Cons: It's not DD-WRT compatible, nor is it ever likely to be. Why is this an issue for me? I have 2 FTP servers that I like to access over the internet. No matter what I did, the firmware would not allow more than one FTP server to be accessible. I tried using different port forwarded ports, different IPs, and I even changed my NASs from a static IP outside of the DHCP pool to being inside the DHCP pool with a DHCP reservation. I simply could not access both FTP servers. Yes, I swapped their settings as well and I was able to access the other, so it's not a NAS issue. As I was able to do this quite painlessly on my old Netgear WNDR3700 with DD-WRT (which a storm killed), I suspected that it wasn't the hardware, but the firmware.

But with *VERY FEW* firmware updates available from Linksys (probably due to them being bought by Belkin from Cisco and they're favoring their own builds), while making the issue known to tech support with no answers to date, and their website forums being stumpped, I then made a similar mistake on purpose and bought an EA6500.

Why? Well, I knew there was definite DD-WRT builds for that one, but I wanted my question answered as to whether it was a firmware limitation or not. I set the EA6500 up the SAME WAY.... and got the same problem. After flashing it with a good DD-WRT firmware, I set it up similarly to my WNDR3700 and.... it worked! Both of my NASs are now available via FTP again.

Other Thoughts: I am keeping my EA6400 though as I believe I can still use it as a decent wireless bridge. Eventually I'll have time to set that up.

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  • Lane S.
  • 12/24/2013 12:52:09 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsPoor performer, Terrible customer service.

Pros: Gigabit wired
AC wireless
USB3 port
lots of features

Cons: Unstable performance
Needed new firmware immediately
Requires periodic reboot
Linksys customer service is a joke

Other Thoughts: This router would NOT share out either of the drives I attempted with it, and one is specifically listed on Linksys's website. After troubleshooting via phone, Linksys agreed to RMA and then had no inventory to send as the replacement. So, now I'm stuck with a router that doesn't do what I needed. And they charged my credit card for the return before it even shipped. I'm not normally a big reviewer of products. This is not the first bad Linksys experience I've had, but it WILL be my last! Buy something else if you don't want to end up in my situation.

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5 out of 5 eggsI really like this router

Pros: - Great range
- Slim, attractive design
- No drops or reset issues
- Slick UI
- App upgradable
- Guest WiFi zones
- Full AC speeds
- Configurable dashboard
- Easy parental controls
- NFC setup

Cons: - NAT loopback does not function
- UI sometimes lags at first load
- NFC card is easy to lose
- No availability of DDWRT or OpenWRT as yet
- Settings menu names are a little odd

Other Thoughts: I really liked this router. It felt like a slick upgrade and natural progression for linksys' offerings as of late. With four people using it on a number of devices I haven't had any noticeable slowdown or dropping of wifi devices, and it seems to perform fine on both 5ghz and standard 2.4ghz frequencies.

For those wondering about 5ghz, it enables higher speeds and in situations where there are lots of wifi networks (like dorm rooms of apartment buildings) then it helps alleviate congestion-related connection issues. In my 1k sqft apartment I had consistent coverage for the entire area with the router located in a far corner. For a larger house I would image it would need to be in a more central location if you want to use 5ghz.

It had an included guest network which sequesters visitors from your LAN, hiding your files and devices. It works well for random visitors, but you will probably want to give your friends full access.

The router has an NFC configuration card, and with some smartphones you can tap it to configure wifi access. I kind of wish it was both on the router and the card, since the card will be the first thing to get lost for sure.

The chassis is fairly durable, and it mounted smoothly on the wall. Some competitors have been taking the soda-bottle shape router approach which are a nightmare to wall mount, so this was a welcome relief.

The router includes an auto firmware updater, and when I first connected the router it notified me there was an update available. The firmware update process was the fastest I've ever seen, and was finished in just a few seconds.

Port forwarding and all other standard configuration options were easy to use and did not cause a loss of internet when applying the settings.

I was severely disappointed by the lack of function NAT loopback, which enables network resources to be accessed using the external IP/hostname. Hopefully this issue is resolved in future updates, as its absence in a router of this price is baffling.

I feel like this router would work well in homes and businesses, but the NAT loopback issue might give you pause. If that kind of thing doesn't bother you then this unit works great, I really like using this router.

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4 out of 5 eggsGood, but a bit pricey

Pros: The setup program is quite easy, as it does all of the essential stuff for you automatically.

Range seems quite good. I took my laptop outside, quite far from the router, and sat there watching a two-hour movie on YouTube. ("The Outlaw", starring Jane Russell.) No dropouts or any other problems were encountered.

Sharing out a memory stick that I stuck into the USB port worked quite well. The stick was instantly recognized by the router, and after a minute or two for NETBIOS to do its thing, the stick was recognized by my laptop.

Cons: The setup program counts as both a "pro" and a "con". Yes, the program is easy to use, but if you choose the automated setup option, it makes choices for you without telling you what those choices are. I went back in afterwards to review the choices, and found that the "guest" account was turned on by default, that it was set to use either WPA or WPA2, and that router access was set to unencrypted "http" mode instead of encrypted "https" mode. Fixing those problems was easy enough, though.

The price does seem a bit high for what you get. Yeah, it's nice that it has Gigabit speeds, but I've recently seen another brand with 750Mbps speeds--almost as fast--for about half the price as this one. Also, the other brand had three USB ports, where this model only has one.

Other Thoughts: Overall, it's a good wireless router. But, the price may turn some folk off.

I'm taking off one star, only because of the price and the minor issues with the setup and some of the default security settings.

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4 out of 5 eggsNice router

Pros: 1.) Easy to set up.

2.) Sweet looking.

3.) Media sharing.

In detail: I like the setup process. Easy like most Linksys devices. It has 802.11ac support which is awesome. It has built in gigabit connections for hard-wired devices. One USB 3.0 port for printing or usb storage devices as a network NAS type unit. One could use this for media sharing as well.

Speeds were great in the N range. In 2.4GHz it transferred 110-120 Mb/s (in the same room). Down the hall some it transferred about 50 Mb/s. In the 5GHz range it did around 140 Mb/s.

It has guest access and parental control!

Cons: Can't really say. Maybe the price is a little much. I agree with a previous reviewer that most people don't want to pay almost $200 for a router. ALTHOUGH you do get what you pay for most of the time.

The Linksys SimpleTap NFC thing didn't work for me on my phone. I installed the app and used the card to tap the phone. It just won't connect using this method.

Other Thoughts: The Linksys SimpleTap Technology is kind of a lame. You have to have the app installed for it to work on your device. I actually wasn't able to make mine even work.

I'm not very fond of Linksys new interfaces in their routers. I like the old school GUI like the ones on the WRT54G routers.

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2 out of 5 eggsdecent router, top binned price

Pros: AC router...(but nothing close to it's purported spec)

Ability to toggle the port lights. This is an awesome ingenuity in my opinion. I've never seen it before, and it's a minor feature, but how awesome is it to be able to have that added functionality? To me it's an amazing function. If I want the lights (i do) I can have them. If I don't want the ethernet port lights, I can turn them off! Amazing!

Includes card to allow for NFC connection via NFC capable devices. In theory this is an awemazing feature...I can have my friends over and allow them to connect to my device via NFC w/out having to give them my network password, simply by having them wave their phone next to my 'login card' (simple tap). In reality...see below.

Firmware (f/w) updates are amazingly simple and handled as would be expected. They make it easy for users to update f/w rather than make it so hard that people don't feel comfortable updating f/w for the betterment of their devices.

It works...



----------after reading above, read the cons, then the other thoughts, then come back up to this, for the correct flow.


wow...i'm adding cons to my pros 3k limit. I used all 3k in the cons box and all 3k in the other thoughts (on more cons)...this is just horrible...

I apologize in advance for this not flowing correctly...
--additional cons--

The 2.4 ghz performance on this router was subpar by far. It connected to my laptop's agn 6200 nic from 3 ft, nothing in between the router and laptop at a max of 144 mbps, my phone (galaxy note 2) was 72 mbps max, my ac750 and ac1200 nics (maxes out at 300mbps on the 2.4 ghz N connection) maxed at 150mbps.

Every router I own that is wireless N capable, even one of the first wireless N routers (dgnd2000) connects higher than this router on some devices. The 2.4 ghz radio on this router is dismal at best.


--- Additional thoughts....

really consider other reviews on this product. I dont get how being standard and normal should count as PRO's? Comparing this router to an e2000 is like comparing a pile of dirt to a pile of gravel, when there are piles of diamonds available to purchase at less than the price of this pile of gravel. It doesn't compare to routers that are available for less...there is no reason to spend money on this router...absolutely no reason...

When your nic leaves the same room and enters an adjoining room and it goes from 'acceptable at best' levels to horrible connection levels, this is not a pro.

Realistically there are very few reasons to consider this router (attempting to give any reasons...). If you've got money to spend on the ability to turn off port lights and/or use NFC to connect to the router (as if it's easier than wps) or that is a really significant desire, by all means try this router...otherwise look at lower price points for higher featured routers.

Cons: There are a number of cons...way more than should be seen on a top tiered device...

After installing the router & connecting to the network, I was forced to run their smart wifi setup. In any other router (netgear, belkin, dlink, etc) once you get internet access you can access the internet via the connection to the router. In this router, you can not access the internet until you setup the router. Goes from needing 1-2 minutes from turning on to internet in normal settings to 10 minutes from turning on to internet in this router.

I attempted to connect with my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 first. When doing so I connected, opened the internet browser, got to a setup page on the 'Smart Wifi' setup and could not do anything. There was merely a 'next' button, but it was greyed out and I could not do anything. I was forced to close the browser and open a new browser, it gave me a page saying that I needed to upgrade the router's f/w and I did.

After the f/w update, the router rebooted and I was left with a browser page that stated I was 'almost there' and froze there for at least 5 minutes. I closed out of the stock browser again and started it up again. This allowed me access to the internet.

On another con - the NFC connection was cool and all, but honestly it was quicker to just type in the key than to utilize it. In reality I had to open google play, search for Linksys Smart Wifi, install the app, then open the app, and cut on my NFC (it's not something I use often, so I normally leave it off), and then use the NFC card to connect to the router. It actually took longer to do that then to just connect. Then once you connect, as long as you leave the settings on your phone, you dont need to remember the password anymore, so you just connect when within range. It really is one of those, cool 'Star Wars' type things that really means jack nothing in real life.

2.4 ghz connections...Wow! The 2.4 ghz side of this router was akin to routers I bought 4 years ago. Seriously, I can get better 2.4 ghz performance from my Netgear dgnd2000 router. For anyone that doesn't understand that...the normal N performance is horrible. See below for specs...

After trying to set this router up on my cell phone was seemingly unsuccessful, I tried to utilize my laptop. I connected & opened the internet browser, it stated that 'the router was not setup correctly'. It required that I reset the router & then try again. I did, and determined that the cell phone setup failed while trying to reconnect after the f/w update. It did not allow the ssid/password setup for the network connection. It also failed to allow me to setup the admin password.

I completed this on the laptop and was able to get into the router's admin functionality.

The changes in the UI were horrible & I dreaded changes. Simple changes like changing the SSID on the 5ghz network were overly laborious and unnecessary. After changing the SSID name, it took 1.5 minutes.

Other Thoughts: Additional Cons. (this is the first time i've ever had to extend beyond 3000 characters in the cons section on any device...even devices i've rated as 1 star!!!)

After making changes to the 5ghz SSID, it rebooted the router & made me reconnect. After doing so...wait...

That is another horrible con...This router names the 2.4 ghz and the 5 ghz SSID the exact same SSID. Everyone knows that this is a limitation that can not be changed. You can not use the same SSID and expect to connect to both the 2.4 ghz network and the 5ghz network. This means that effectively, out the box you are completely unable to use the 5ghz network w/out manual interjection.

So after the reconnect, I was still in the router's admin GUI, I tried to change some settings on the WPS and simpletap. These changes left me in an endless loop of apply changes, click off tab, states need to save changes, if i clicked yes, it would leave the pop up, but not the tab, then require me to click off the tab again. If I clicked no, it'd allow me to leave, but not save changes, same thing with cancel. What I found was that I was never back into the router's admin pages, I was looking at what was the exact router settings, but not logged into the admin GUI, due to having rebooted the router, but not logged back in...horrible GUI functionality and security (which is deplorable for a brand that touts itself as having the #1 security in the business). How can I view all the router's settings w/out actually being logged in as the admin???

MORE CONS...

Cutting off wps took 25 seconds.
Cutting off simpletap required a rebot and over 95 seconds.
16 seconds of lag to access a video over the USB share.
3 seconds of lag to access a picture via USB share.

-----

Some benchmarks...

I tested this against a Netgear R6300, D-Link DIR-868L, and Netgear DGND4000 routers. With two different AC NIC's (Network Interface Cards) and entry level Netgear NIC and a D-Link DWA-182 NIC. The Netgear is an AC750 NIC and the D-Link AC1200.

This router...

351 mbps connection speed 80% link and signal strength 5ghz on the dlink nic
130-195 mbps connection 90% link & signal strength 5ghz on the netgear nic

Dlink router
585 mbps connection speed 90% link and signal strength 5ghz on the dlink nic
390 mbps connection 100% link & signal strength 5ghz on the netgear nic

r6300 router
351 mbps connection speed 100% link & signal 5ghz on the dlink nic
260-325 mbps and 100% link & signal 5ghz on the netgear nic

These tests were from 30 straight linear feet, nothing to impede the signal. I did test the router to the NIC's from about 3 feet, same room as the router and got...780 mbps on the D-Link.

This brings me to another con. If the D-Link is capable of AC1200, you'd think it could connect up to 900mbps on AC, if this router is an "AC1600" router, it should be able to attain 900mbps. However, from 3 feet away, nothing in between the router and the laptop, it can hit a

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4 out of 5 eggsThought It Would Be Better

Pros: This router was a snap to setup out of the box. The web UI was pretty and offered a lot of customization. I believe that anyone, with any range of technical knowledge from high to none, would be able to get this router up and running without any difficulty.

This router boasts all the right specs for a high end router. It has all Gigabit ports, supports the newest 802.11ac wireless protocol along with backwards compatibility with b/g/n devices. It has a single USB 3.0 port for connecting a printer or to use an external hard drive as a NAS (Network Attached Storage) drive.

I also was happy with the design. These days, too many companies are trying to 'reinvent the wheel' with crazy router designs (I'm looking at you D-Link) that are top heavy, or don't sit well on a desk when you have several cables connecting out of the back. This router lays flat on the desk and has a decent amount of heft to it which allows it to sit in place without 'popping a wheelie' like some lighter weight cheaper routers.

Linksys has been promoting their cloud features for a while and this router has them all. It has easy to use guest access (only on the 2.4GHz band - which I dont consider a pro or a con).

In terms of speed, I compared this router to an older Linksys E2000 Wireless-N router and speeds are definitely faster when doing large file transfers within my 20 foot living room. I transferred several gigabytes worth of MKVs and averaged between 120-130 Mb/s in 2.4GHz mode. The speed crept up to around 140 Mb/s in 5 GHz mode. Comparatively, I was able to get around 65 Mb/sec on the same PC using Wireless N on my old router. Speeds dropped off pretty quickly as I left my living room, however. Going into the bedroom, which is next to the living room, the wireless signal travels through 2 interior walls (there is a closet between the two rooms), speeds dropped quickly to around 25 Mb/sec.

Cons: In terms of cons, there isnt any one single bad thing I could say about this router, other than to comment on its value. With an MSRP of $189.99 and a for sale price only $20 cheaper, I expected more. In terms of range, I feel as though my old E2000 was pretty comparable. This is my first router I have ever tried in my home greater than $100, and I honestly feel like I could have gotten similar performance for half the price.

There is only one USB 3.0 port, which means you can only use a NAS or a printer. Maybe including a second USB port would have increased its value.

Doing some research on the technical specs of this router, I learned that the internal antenna in this router is a 2x2 antenna, as opposed to the previous model EA6500 which was a 3x3 antenna. This sounds like a cost cutting measure to me, but yet where is the savings? This lack of value is the sole reason for my 1 egg deduction.

Other Thoughts: This is a good router. It does everything it should. It has a great UI, its easy to setup, and the 802.11ac performance is a noticeable upgrade to the older 802.11n standard. Range suffers due to a downscaled antenna from Linksys's previous model. I also appreciate the USB 3.0 port and all gigabit ports which means that it can handle wired transfers with the highest level of speed (something that is very important to me).

Curiously, this is Linksys's first router released since they merged with Belkin, yet it still has Cicsco branding on the box and on the router itself. I wonder if this router was rushed out the door before it was really ready.

Sadly, I can't really recommend this router to many people because of the price. I think that for a router over $150, it should have features that impress me. 802.11ac is pretty new, but there are cheaper alternatives out there, and if you really dont need the newest network standard, you can get a comparable router, with all Gigabit ports, a USB 3.0 port, good UI, and easy to setup for MUCH cheaper. But if state of the art wireless is what you crave, then you're gonna pay for it. If this router was maybe $50, and nothing else was any different, it would easily be a 5/5 router.

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5 out of 5 eggsNearly Perfect, Awesome for Price

Pros: Appearance:
Textured thick plastic, pure business grade looks. This will look sleek in any setting. Able to be wall mounted via 1 mounting holes. Unit feels very durable.

Setup was a breeze:
Plug it into the AC outlet, put in your Ethernet cable, go to your pc and open your internet browser. You are then greeted with a lovely user interface which guides you through setup. I was prompted to install the latest Firmware as well (I was a little concerned because it took forever to install, like 10 Minutes on same screen.).

Interface:
Easily the most simple and well organized interface for a router I have seen. Compared to another more expensive AC router I purchased this interface is night a day to it. Everything is clearly labeled, all sub menus open in different windows for less confusion. You never have to go more than 1 or 2 clicks maximum to get to the area you need to go.

Parental (Access) Controls:
Very easy to find on the main menu. You simply pick the computer/device on the network you want to restrict and then tell it what website to block. You can setup individual block lists per device as well which is really useful. The restriction screen also looks very professional when it is encountered.

USB 3 Storage Port:
I tested this out with a 2 TB external USB 3 drive and, as everything else, it worked without effort. Plug in your drive, go to the router interface and select the correct option. It will instantly show the drive and allow you to add shares, users/passwords, and permissions (read/write/read only). You can even setup for FTP.

Misc:
Firmware Updates are easily accessible within 1 click off the main menu, easily change both bands SSID and output frequencies (etc. G/N, N only - Ac, Ac/N). Interestingly enough you can even turn off the LAN port LEDs if your in a low lighting situation and afraid of ruining your sleep.

Cons: There are not many cons with this unit. This is a premium product and it shows.

WPS:
I could not get WPS to connect my Epson R2000 Wide format printer. I have another AC1750 router that pics the printer up via wps within seconds but this router just will not for the life of it pic it up. very disappointed in that.

Transfer rates:
Comparing the AC1300 portion of the 1600 to the AC1300 of the 1750 of another band, the Linksys is about 20% slower averaging about 7 mb/s on a 1.5 GB .rar. Lows were 4-5 mb/s while highs were around 8 mb/s. Tested with a premium receiver as well.

Range: The overall range of the bands are fantastic however the 5 Ghz band was not 5 bars (4). This could have been solved if they added an external antenna. It's wasn't poor either though. Perhaps just a little detail.

Other Thoughts: Overall I am impressed with this model. It's at least 25% cheaper in price than other top end AC routers and yet looks and performs with the best of them. I recommend this to any office or power user. Performance per dollar is in the buyers favor with this unit.

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