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ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

  • Up to 600+1300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
  • Three times faster performance than 802.11n routers
  • Broadcom TurboQAM technology
  • Wireless-N data rate to 600 Mbps for 33% faster performance

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5 out of 5 eggsASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: Very Nice router for the money very easy to setup and get running with minimal fuss. Includes Asus's AirCloud which allows storage and syncing to various devices. Dual banded for optimal performance and splitting your wireless traffic to avoid over utilization of any one band. Which is something a lot of folks dont understand. Easily covered my 1200sqft apt. Great overall range as compared to other routers I have reviewed.

Cons: I really dont have any cons to say except maybe the price but as I tell a lot of my customers. With wireless gear you get what you pay for so dont skimp when it comes to a router or you will regret it.

Other Thoughts: Simply a must buy router if your looking for one with these features. I'd definitely recommend this one to friends and family and heck even an enemy or two.

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  • Jayce C.
  • 4/9/2016 8:53:16 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest router I have used

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: - It's easy to setup and configure.
- The performance is fantastic and the range is more then anyone would need in a house/apartment.

Cons: - Price.

Other Thoughts: - I would recommend this to anyone and everyone.

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4 out of 5 eggsHonestly it's a five egg product aside from the firmware issues I encountered.

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: The router seems to be well made out of quality plastic. The buttons are properly labeled and I can also appreciate a button for disabling all of the LEDs on the unit. To that end, however, the LEDs on my unit weren’t very bright (like most other routers I’ve recently reviewed). Connectivity is relatively conveniently laid out on the back of the unit.

The web UI for the router (after the firmware update) was easy to get to and setup. Setting up things like wireless SSIDs and security can be easily accomplished by any novice in my opinion. Setting up a USB NAS share with this device proved to be relatively easy to understand and do without any trouble. From what I’ve seen, your performance will wildly vary based on device and disk format. I found that transfer speeds were acceptable, but not “amazing.” Average speeds over a USB 3.0 flash drive and a USB 2.0 external hard drive both came out to about 15MB/s both reading and writing.

WAN and WLAN speeds are what I’d expect at this price point and claimed hardware. See my Other Thoughts section for details on what I’m seeing over Google Fiber.

Cons: You cannot mount this router and it doesn’t have a removable stand. So vertical it is. While that may not bother some, others may not appreciate this limitation (myself included). I just don’t find it very convenient.

Flashing the firmware on this unit was an absolute nightmare. Accessing the site through the router’s OS failed multiple times at first. When it finally did connect, it took nearly 45 minutes to pull the update down (I’m on a 1Gbps fiber connection so there’s really no excuse for this). After the firmware was downloaded, you’re presented with a screen stating that it will take three minutes to update. Nearly five hours later, the router dropped this loading page and rebooted. Honestly, I’ve no idea what it was doing all that time, but it wouldn’t let me in until it was finished (clearly pointing out that it would be available once it completed. I could excuse this if the firmware loaded on the unit from ASUS was any good. The firmware that came installed on my device wasn’t really operational. There are a lot of performance issues and dropped packets during inspection by it’s “smart” system. Once I was finally able to get the unit upgraded, it’s quite good. Major issues abounded with setting up a USB file share as well using this old firmware.

That being said, the newer firmware works as intended (see other thoughts for version) and most of my review is based on post upgrade.

I’m slightly annoyed that we’re still using chunky wall warts for power supplies in this day and age. Really takes up a lot of space on my power strips.

Other Thoughts: If you’re on an older version than 3.0.0.4.380 I would highly recommend downloading the most recent update, but only if you have issues. The firmware update process took my example almost all night to load with constant reboots and resets.

On the 5GHz band, I’m averaging about 370mbps when running speed tests and downloading files from FTP sites that have higher bandwidth. Windows negotiates the connection at about 800 mpbs so that’s pretty on point with ASUS’ claims (obviously you mileage may vary based on device). Performance drops are easily noticeable at around 50 feet through two drywall walls. So, don’t expect miracles, but it’s pretty on point with the other APs in my home with similar specs.

On the 2.4GHz band, don’t expect anything more than about 65 mbps as this is about as good as it can accomplish. However, signal strength remains at “full” throughout my entire house without a lot of noise. All about priorities there as it’s obviously a lot more stable over distance. If you have older devices that are only able to use 2.4 then you’re in luck as it performs as expected. My laptop auto-negotiated at 144mbps which is about standard wireless N 2.4 speeds.

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5 out of 5 eggsPhenomenal Features

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: Removing the router from the box, my first impression was the router is rather large. But, they did do a good job designing it so it doesn’t consume a lot of desk space. The router stands up straight and very tall, which is unusual for a router design, but the base keeps it very stable.

The setup wizard was very easy to use, in a few minutes I was up and running. It is really impressive how easy they have made this.

The firmware feels very well built, I have used many routers where the firmware feels cheap or outdated, but this was not that type of experience at all. It is very feature rich and the UI is pleasing without being overly flashy.

I was particularly impressed to see this router has OpenVPN capabilities, it can be used as a VPN client or VPN server so you can bridge your network to a VPN or run a VPN server to connect and use your network from outside. It is also very well implemented, you just upload an ovpn configuration file like you would for the OpenVPN mobile app.

The bandwidth reporting features were also very detailed, including cumulative usage counters. In the unfortunate world we live in where ISPs are limiting people’s monthly bandwidth usage, this would be a useful tool for anyone on a usage cap.

Also VERY impressive is the DUAL WAN capabilities. I didn’t have a second Internet connection to test this with, but it looks like you could easy connect another ISP or use a cellular USB modem to use cellular network as a backup. If I ever got a job where I was working from home and connectivity was crucial, I could see this being very useful.

Cons: The router is very large (tall) and you will need a reasonable amount of space to store it.

It comes with WPS turned on out of the box, WPS has been shown to be a source of vulnerabilities over the years and is not usually something you should leave on if you are very concerned about security.

It is not always very intuitive where features are located in the firmware, for example the fantastic bandwidth usage statics are hidden under the ‘Adaptive QoS’ tab. I get that QoS is traffic management and bandwidth usage is traffic used, but maybe call the tab “Traffic Management” or something. Granted this is just nitpicky stuff, once you get to know your router you will know where your stuff is.

Other Thoughts: All in all, this router packs a lot of features in the box while keeping it simple enough that pretty much anyone should be able to set it up and use it. The firmware feels very mature despite its minor shortcomings.

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5 out of 5 eggsNice Router

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: This router is very easy to set up. I had it up and running in a few minutes. The GUI for advanced users gives you a lot of control if you like to tweak. The router operates in 4 modes: wireless router, repeater, access point, and media bridge. I tested the unit both as a router and an AP, and both worked with no problems.
The GUI itself is really slick. Long gone are the days of crude and cryptic firmware interfaces. Speeds were great. This router has no problem keeping up with my 300 Mbps Internet speed, and no problem streaming high-def 1080p video from my HDHomerun Prime.
A few other points: It has a switch to turn off the bright LED lights, has a built in stand, can act as a file server (both USB 2 and 3 connections to a storage device), and has an off/on switch.

Cons: It’s nice that the firmware has a setting to allow you to adjust the WiFi transmission power, however the power is not shown in mW, which renders it pretty well useless. The slider goes from 0% to 100%, but it does not tell you what 100% is in real terms. It appears that, for some reason, manufacturers do not want you to know what the transmission power is exactly. This makes shopping for, and comparing routers more difficult. I have spent countless hours scouring router spec sheets for the max transmission power with no luck. This would help me choose what router to use for a specific purpose and coverage requirement.

Other Thoughts: I have Cox ultimate Internet, and it whistles in at over 300 Mbps with this router for both wired and wireless AC devices. I’ve had it running for just about a month with no problems. Seems like a solid router overall.

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4 out of 5 eggsWell Built Router With a Sleak Design

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: Good looking router without drawing too much attention.
LEDs aren't too bright, they can be turned off as well. Great if you have this placed in a bedroom or living room.
2.0 and 3.0 USB ports for network storage and other features.
Speeds on all bands are up to par with no connection or restart issues.
All standard features are present. I've tried virtually all of them and haven't had any issues or problems.
You can install DD-WRT.
Designed well, solid build quality, stays nice a cool with 24/7 uptime so far.
Grip is solid, even though it is an upright router, it doesn't feel at risk of tipping.

Cons: Software isn't the greatest, but it will do what you need it to if you take the time to work with it.
The range is ok, it worked for my needs, but it could be a bit better for the price and considering it has external antennas. Not much of a con, but it can be a buying reason for some that were expecting excellent range. I will say the the speeds don't diminish much as you border on it's maximum range and the connection is stable until you go beyond that point.

Other Thoughts: There are a lot of features with this product. I wouldn't say this is an average consumer router considering the price, but if you want a fully featured router, this will get you what you need.
I found the software to be usable, but it has a few hiccups and could use a bit of work. Thankfully this can be remedied with updates or a custom firmware. Seeing how this isn't an average consumer router, I expect many who would purchase would have DD-WRT in mind regardless.
I can't really call this a con, just something you would need to be aware of when buying, you can't really lay it down comfortably. The stand upright is functional and works well, so it's just a minor thing to be aware of when you consider where you will be placing in your home.
I would recommend this for anyone looking for a fully featured, reliable router, with good connection speeds.

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5 out of 5 eggsHat's off to ASUS. A++

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: Very durable, It has rubber on the bottom to keep it from sliding around. It's designed to be put on a shelf or desk.
Dual usb ports, Including a usb 3.0 port.
You can turn off the LED's if you like, but they are not very bright to begin with.
Includes a 60 inch cat5e ethernet cable.
Router with antennas weighs only 23.4 ounces.
Power adapter looks well made, and will only block the next closest electrical plug on most power strips.
Power adapter is ready for a much heavier load than i was able to get the router to draw. it' is overkill for as little power as this router uses.
This power adapter is rated to provide 80watts, This router only draws 5 watts with wireless disabled, 9.5 watts with wireless enabled. add 0.3 watts for a usb3.0 SSD. add about 1.5 Watts for mechanical drive. and add 0.3 watts for each connected Ethernet Device. (these measurement are total consumption taken at the outlet)
This still leaves a lot of extra headroom for other usb powered devices.
File transfer speed over the usb3.0 port seems to max at about 29MB/s. This was tested using a usb3.0 SSD. This is ok for basic network storage. It's far slower than usb 3.0 maximum speeds, But it is still fast enough to watch more than one full size 1080p movie at a time.
It could not mount my external SSD at first because it was in exFat format. I had to format to NTFS before it would mount properly.

Cons: Not meant to be hung on the wall, doesn't have the tabs for it.
Ran into a roadblock trying to log in using the same name/password combination. I tried setting name and password both to admin just for testing purposes. It would accept them as valid but weak passwords. But not let me log in with them. The router would become unresponsive. I had to do a hard reset and try again using a different name and password combination.

Other Thoughts: This Router is Stylish. It's very sleek and good looking. It has a black anodized aluminum appearance to it, although it's made of plastic.
The menu is nice, easy to navigate and find what i am looking for.
Wireless performance is good. It is strong and fast through my entire home, and out into the street. speed and range are nearly identical to all my other routers.
Overall this is a good looking router that is easy to use, and can serve as a decent NAS.
I have been using it for over a week now and have not had any problems.

I took it apart for a bit of quality control and inspection. i am pleased with my findings.
It has one large thick aluminum heatsink that runs the entire length of the router to keep everything cool.
It does not use any cheap electrolytic capacitors. (the kind that wear out) instead it uses solid polymer capacitors, which far outlast their electrolytic equivalents.
If you are like me, you don't like having to replace routers every few years when they become unstable.. unfortunately i have had to do just that. I do not know anybody who unplugs their router when they are done using it. They stay on, and stay warm 24/7. Routers should be designed to not be affected by heat. Yet most manufacturers are still using parts in their routers which age based on temperature. This is foolish and possibly intentional.
This ASUS RT-AC68U router seems to be the exception.
Having the combination of quality parts, and a power supply that has ample headroom should help ensure that this router has the potential to last a long time.
Pleased to say this router is going full time on my home network.
I am happy to recommend this router.

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4 out of 5 eggsGreat router with a few flaws

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: Product came nicely packaged with everything you need to get started.
The product its self looks pretty good compared to other on the market and alot better then some of ASUS's other router designs which can only be described is that they look like alien spaceships and not the desired look that consumers want, this on the other hand looks great and fits in to a modern computing environment.
Comes with ethernet cable.
Has USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports allowing you to hook up flash drive and external USB hard drives to convert them into NAS.
Compatible with the DD-WRT custom firmware, you can get rid of the lackluster stock firmware.
Has a WPS button, which is common and comes with almost every wireless router these days.
LED ON/OFF button is great so you don't have a ton of blinking lights on all the time.
Fairly easy to setup and use.
Supports guest networks so you don't have to hand out your wi-fi password to people.
Overall the router works great, been using it for a few weeks now and haven't has any major problems.

Cons: Cannot lay it flat and is not wall mountable.
ASUS software is not exactly well designed but at least its optional. The router GUI also suffers from the same problem but that you are forced to use.
Overall range is not as large as I hoped for, will have to add a repeater.

Other Thoughts: It's a good router, but slightly pricier then most people would pay, this is aimed at the more experienced power consumer than the average consumer. It does have a ton of great features to the people who want it though.

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  • John R.
  • 3/15/2016 8:48:40 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWas working fine, until it came time to upgrade the firmware. Horrible technical support.

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: Good range for the price. Easy setup. Affordable when purchased from Newegg.com (not the partners).

Cons: I picked up a wireless range extender (RP-AC68U) to go with my RT-AC68U router, thinking that that would make a good pair. It led to complete disaster.

I logged into the router's configuration page and noticed an alert to upgrade the firmware. I thought that this might be necessary in order to make for a smooth connection with the new range extender. I selected the alert and followed all of the directions. The firmware update seem to download properly from the website and started to install. Then I got an unusual error message indicating that the IP address for the router had changed and that I needed to refresh the page. No matter how many times I refresh the page, reset the router power, reset the computer, etc. nothing would work. The router was no longer functional beyond powering on.

My next mistake was calling Asus technical support at the phone number included in the box. I spent over two hours speaking with a technician that was all but impossible to understand. He gave me very poor advice on how to solve the problem, but I followed it diligently. In the end, and this is the real killer, he told me to let the modem set powered up for about 3 to 4 hours and that if the problem still persisted that I should call back to Asus. I told him that I suspected he was just passing me off to the next shift and he assured me that there was no such intention. What a lie.

I followed his directions and came back to find the router in the exact same state as I had left it. I called technical support again and received a different technician who initially did not even bother to read the notes that the first technician had written up. When she did read the notes, they had little to nothing to do with the router problem.

I spent another two hours on the phone with the second technician. I followed her instructions and was able to finally get the router to go into a mode that would accept a new firmware, however the firmware updates would not load beyond 48%. I made multiple tries with the current firmware version as well as the previous version. No luck.

She told me that the router had to be serviced and I told her that I needed one right away for my business. She said that it would take between five and seven business days after the router was received before it could be repaired then I would be looking at time required for shipping. Asus refuses to drop ship a replacement router in advance.

I have no choice but to have the unit repaired, but in the meantime I'm going to buy different product. Quite likely by a different manufacturer. This has been a horrible experience.

As long as the product works, it works well. Do not expect any help whatsoever from technical support. It is an absolute waste of time.

My case number was "CASENO=N160349603" in the event that Asus has a representative that monitors these reviews. Go back and listen to the last 10 minutes of my first phone call with the first representative from technical support. You will hear for yourself how the technician punted me to the next shift with a lie. This is really infuriating.

Other Thoughts: If you buy one of these products, you will probably have a good experience. If you ever need service on it, however, be prepared for an absolutely miserable experience.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear John,

Thank you for your time on posting this review, we are sorry to hear your experience with the support and ASUS router. Please allow me to assist you.

I know that you are disappointed about the issue. On behalf of ASUS we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused you. I checked your records based on the RMA number. Unfortunately we do not process advance replacement for router what I can do if you haven't ship the unit back I can provide a shipping label for you to return the unit for warranty repair.

For further assistance or if you want to discuss this matter with me, please email me at customerloyalty@asus.com and put case #N160349603 in the subject line for a reference. I'm here to help you and all others with these issues, as our customer loyalty department dedicated to bringing a resolution to all issues related to our products.

If ever you want to call our representatives please check link below for the contact numbers.

http://www.asus.com/us/support/CallUs

Thank you for choosing ASUS.

Best regards,
Jerry
ASUS Customer Loyalty

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3 out of 5 eggsHigh expectations lead to high disappointments

This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n AiProtection with Trend Micro for Complete Network Security

Pros: This thing was packaged beautifully! It had lots of details on the box, and the RJ45 cable included was really nice, three well-constructed antennas. My first router with USB 3.0, and reading a dual core CPU in it makes transfers really nice and I was getting really excited about this! I was really looking forward to enjoying it and writing this review!

The design, while different, I believe it to be very nice. It gets great airflow and that leads to better cooling! I accidently hit a button while carrying it and thought “Oh no!” I thought I hit the wi-fi button and may have turned it off. Turns out it was a power button! So instead of having to unplug it and possibly lose the cord behind your entertainment system, you have that button to power cycle it should you ever need to.

The specs are really nice and I would love to say more, but I don’t want to repeat everything everyone else has already said. So now to the cons.

Cons: First, it is really a horrible idea to have the WPS button right next to the Wi-Fi off button. No details needed on that one, as that sentence alone speaks for itself!

Second, the webGUI. Had this worked properly, I’d have given it a great pat on the back in Pros. While I’m sure my Xfinity XB3 router is to blame for the issues, such issues should have been worked out by Asus before putting this out on the market! I can connect laptops and tablets to the Asus router, but nothing would let it get on the internet. I really liked how simple the wizard was, but what good is it if it does not work? I understand they wouldn’t be able to account for every setup, so I can’t bash the product. I’m just really disappointed is all. Too many settings are overwhelming for most people, so this one has a positive on the easy to use setup wizard. Either it will work, or it won’t. My case was the latter.

I spent a long time doing some research and even if I could have found an answer, the webGUI had VERY limited options as a repeater. That research has led me to believe the Xfinity needed some settings changed for it to work, but I shouldn’t have to give it up or get a degree in networking to hack the Asus to work as a repeater. After working on it for over five hours today and trying to research everything I could on it, I give up. Nobody should have to go through that much trouble, period!

Other Thoughts: I am really sorry that this product has failed to work properly with the Xfinity XB3. Had it worked, the only con I would be able to give this was the WPS button being so close to the Wi-Fi on/off button. I was all excited to give it a great review, but as the hours passed and I couldn’t get any of the iPads to work… I’ve reviewed many routers, and this is the first that I have failed. I’m sure if I gave it a few more days of tinkering, I could possibly get it to work, but I got to stop that! Not everyone has the patience to put that much research into a product, and they shouldn’t have to either. As a normal router, it would probably be a great device. Certainly easy to setup with the wizard. I just happened to try another advertised feature and it was a fail.

iPad Air 2, iPad Air, Sony Vaio Duo, and my regular PC was used in trying to get this going on both the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. I believe that is fair effort. Not everyone would try to use this as a range extender, not at the price point it is at. There are cheaper and better solutions, so my review shouldn’t be taken into account if you are looking for a quick and simple way to get a router in your home. If you want to tweak settings, this is certainly not the router for you! (Though I didn’t want to tweak settings, I just wanted it to work!)

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Kenith,

Thank you for your time on posting this review, we are sorry to hear your experience with the ASUS router. Please allow me to assist you.

Can we have a detailed information about the routers issue? how's is your wired and wireless connection? may I know also the steps that you have taken to try to fix the router's issue? you mentioned that you were having problems connecting with the router were you able to connect wirelessly using other devices?

For further assistance or if you want to discuss this matter with me, please email me at customerloyalty@asus.com and put case #N160358874 in the subject line for a reference. I'm here to help you and all others with these issues, as our customer loyalty department dedicated to bringing a resolution to all issues related to our products.

If ever you want to call our representatives please check link below for the contact numbers.

http://www.asus.com/us/support/CallUs

Thank you for choosing ASUS.

Best regards,
Jerry
ASUS Customer Loyalty

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