ASUS RT-AX3000 Dual Band WiFi Router

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ASUS RT-AX3000 Dual Band WiFi Router

Pros:
– Dual-band WiFi for better connectivity
– High speed with up to 3000Mbps
– Supports MU-MIMO technology for multiple device connectivity
– Equipped with advanced security features
– Easy to set up and manage through ASUS app

Cons:
– Expensive compared to other routers in the market
– Limited range compared to some other high-end routers
– May require firmware updates for optimal performance
– Not compatible with some older devices that only support 802.11ac or earlier standards

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ASUS RT-AX3000 Dual Band WiFi Router

The ASUS RT-AX3000 Dual Band WiFi Router is a powerful and efficient router that is designed to provide speedy internet connections for all your devices. This router is one of the latest additions to the ASUS lineup of routers and is equipped with the latest WiFi 6 technology, which makes it stand out from the crowd.

One of the most outstanding features of the ASUS RT-AX3000 is its dual-band feature, which is designed to operate on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. This means that it can support a wide range of devices that use different WiFi frequencies, including smartphones, laptops, tablets, and gaming consoles.

The router also comes with a range of advanced features that make it ideal for use in homes and businesses. It has a total throughput of up to 3000Mbps, which means that it can handle all your internet needs, including streaming, gaming, and browsing. Additionally, the router comes with four Gigabit LAN ports, one WAN port, and a USB 3.1 port, which makes it easy to connect your devices to the router.

One of the most impressive features of this router is its advanced security features. The router comes with AiProtection, which is a security feature that is designed to protect your network from external threats. It also has WPA3 encryption, which ensures that all your data is encrypted, making it difficult for hackers to access your network.

The ASUS RT-AX3000 is also easy to set up and use. The router comes with an intuitive user interface that makes it easy to configure and customize your network settings. It also has a mobile app that you can use to manage your network remotely, making it easy to monitor your network from anywhere.

– ASUS RT-AX3000 is a router designed for fast internet connections
– Equipped with WiFi 6 technology
– Dual-band feature supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies
– Total throughput of up to 3000Mbps
– Four Gigabit LAN ports, one WAN port, and a USB 3.1 port
– Advanced security features with AiProtection and WPA3 encryption
– Easy to set up and use with an intuitive user interface and mobile app for remote management.

Overall, the ASUS RT-AX3000 Dual Band WiFi Router is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a powerful and efficient router for their home or business. It comes with a range of advanced features that make it easy to use and provides fast and reliable internet connections for all your devices. Additionally, the advanced security features ensure that your network is protected from external threats, making it an excellent investment for anyone who values their online security.

Additional information

Specification: ASUS RT-AX3000 Dual Band WiFi Router

Best Seller Ranking

#11 in Wireless Routers

brand

ASUS

Model

RT-AX3000

Standards

IEEE 802.11a

Wireless Standard

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11ax, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g

Network Protocols

IPv4, IPv6

Device Management

UPnP, IGMP v1/v2/v3, DNS Proxy, DHCP, NTP Client, DDNS, Port Trigger, Port Forwarding, DMZ, System Event Log

Security

Firewall: SPI intrusion detection, DoS protectionAccess control:Parental control, Network service filter, URL filter, Port filter

WPA

WPA3-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise, WPS support

WAN Ports

1 x 10/100/1000M

LAN Ports

4 x 10/100/1000M

LEDs

1 x Power1 x 2.4G 1 x 5G 4 x LAN 1 x WAN

Buttons

WPS Button, Reset Button, Power Switch

Wireless Data Rates

802.11a: 6,9,12,18,24,36,48,54 Mbps802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps802.11g: 6,9,12,18,24,36,48,54 Mbps802.11n: up to 300 Mbps802.11ac: up to 867 Mbps802.11ax (2.4GHz): up to 574 Mbps802.11ax (5GHz): up to 2402 Mbps

Frequency Band

2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

Antenna

4 x External Antenna

Operation Mode

Access Point Mode, Media Bridge Mode, Wireless Router Mode

Interface

1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1

VPN support

IPSec Pass-ThroughPPTP Pass-ThroughL2TP Pass-ThroughPPTP serverOpenVPN serverPPTP clientL2TP clientOpenVPN client

Power Adapter

AC Input: 110V~240V (50~60Hz)DC Output: 19 V with max. 1.75 A current

Processor

1.5 GHz tri-core processor

System Requirements

Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Mac OS X 10.6Mac OS X 10.7Mac OS X 10.8

Dimensions

8.82" x 6.06" x 6.30"

Weight

1.19 lbs.

Features

Router appMU-MIMOTraffic AnalyzerAdaptive QoSAiProtection ProParental ControlGuest Network: VPN server: PPTP Server, IPSec serverVPN client: PPTP client, L2TP client, OpenVPN clientNAT Pass-Through: PPTP Pass-Through, L2TP Pass-Through, IPSec Pass-Through, RTSP Pass-Through, H.323 Pass-Through, SIP Pass-Through, PPPoE relayMac OS BackupEnhanced media server (AiPlayer app compatible)- Image: Jpeg- Audio: mp3, wma, wav, pcm, mp4, lpcm, ogg- Video: asf, avi, divx, mpeg, mpg, ts, vob, wmv, mkv, mov AiCloud personal cloud service3G/4G data sharingPrinter Server- Multifunctional printer support (Windows only)- LPR protocol supportDownload Master- Support bt, nzb, http, ed2k- Support encryption, DHT, PEX and magnet link- Upload and download bandwidth control- Download schedulingAiDisk file server- Samba and FTP server with account managementIPTV supportRoaming AssistOFDMABeamforming

Date First Available

February 16, 2023

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  1. Richard W.

    Pros: – affordable latest ultra-fast WiFi 6 router with more than enough specs for a typical home wireless network. – More options for configurations compared to other similar mid-range WiFi 6 routers. – Adequate WiFi signal strength for a small-size home/condo/apartment. – Able to handle multiple WiFi 6 capable devices at once. – Can also configure the router via a cell phone app. – Can set up an extended range WiFi network through an AiMesh with other Asus routers. Cons: – Maximum WiFi 6 bandwidth (5GHz channel) is lower than the higher-spec‘d Asus RT-AX88U, though the bandwidth is more than enough for a typical home network. – No LAN aggregation Overall Review: Recommend for anyone wanting to set up a home network with the latest WiFi 6 wireless network standard. The specs of this router is more than enough. If wanting more gaming oriented features, might want to consider the more expensive AX11000 router.

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  2. Richard W.

    Pros: – affordable latest ultra-fast WiFi 6 router with more than enough specs for a typical home wireless network. – More options for configurations compared to other similar mid-range WiFi 6 routers. – Adequate WiFi signal strength for a small-size home/condo/apartment. – Able to handle multiple WiFi 6 capable devices at once. – Can also configure the router via a cell phone app. – Can set up an extended range WiFi network through an AiMesh with other Asus routers. Cons: – Maximum WiFi 6 bandwidth (5GHz channel) is lower than the higher-spec‘d Asus RT-AX88U, though the bandwidth is more than enough for a typical home network. – No LAN aggregation Overall Review: Recommend for anyone wanting to set up a home network with the latest WiFi 6 wireless network standard. The specs of this router is more than enough. If wanting more gaming oriented features, might want to consider the more expensive AX11000 router.

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  3. Anonymous

    Pros: – Faster computing speed over the standard ISP modem. – Doesn’t go slow down or hiccup when a dozen devices are connected to it at the same time. – Uses latest WiFi 6 protocol. Longer term investment. – Sets up automatically with your ISP. – Great signal strength upgrade if you’re using your ISP’s standard modem/router. – Compact size also, it’s smaller than my ancient Linksys G-router from the 2000’s. Cons: – The ONLY thing I think would be good is if it had maybe a couple more rear ethernet ports like 6 instead of 4 (nitpicking). I use of the 4: 1) 4K Vizio Smart TV 2) Bose Soundtouch 300 3) Personal Desktop Computer 4) Personal Server (Synology) If I decide to have a 2nd PC I’ll have trouble not being able to have it hard wired to it. I think it’s fairly common to have multiple PCs in an office connected to a single router like a switch. I could remedy this by moving the server to the room with the modem using one of its ethernet ports, but it won’t be as hidden from plain sight as in the office and the power cable isn’t long enough. Overall Review: I admit, this was quite easy to setup although you need to make sure you have 2 ethernet cables, one for the modem and router (WAN port) and the other for one of the 4 LAN ports in the rear of the router to the PC. It will configure itself once you enter the standard IP address in your browser and all you have to do it input the name of the 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz bandwidths (decided to separate them) and passwords. I bought this primarily to use as an access point more centered in my house apart from having a much broader signal range throughout the house and of course better delegating of signal because the modem/router given to me by my ISP was making it difficult to get a strong signal and was slow in doing internet tasks. It’s processor seemed to be overwhelmed easily by having 7-8 devices connected to it, luckily with this new router doing all the work, it made getting to webpages faster and casting to my Chromecast or Apple TV devices much faster when it used to lag or flat out not do what I asked it to. I also bought this primarily to have invested in long term device because of the new WiFi 6 protocol that’s new to keep around. I bought some CAT 8 cables also which was also an investment in order to get the maximum speed while not risking loss of signal to the router from the modem and even to my personal computer. I recommend it personally, my father now has signal on the other side of the house when before it never reached.

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  4. Anonymous

    Pros: – Faster computing speed over the standard ISP modem. – Doesn’t go slow down or hiccup when a dozen devices are connected to it at the same time. – Uses latest WiFi 6 protocol. Longer term investment. – Sets up automatically with your ISP. – Great signal strength upgrade if you’re using your ISP’s standard modem/router. – Compact size also, it’s smaller than my ancient Linksys G-router from the 2000’s. Cons: – The ONLY thing I think would be good is if it had maybe a couple more rear ethernet ports like 6 instead of 4 (nitpicking). I use of the 4: 1) 4K Vizio Smart TV 2) Bose Soundtouch 300 3) Personal Desktop Computer 4) Personal Server (Synology) If I decide to have a 2nd PC I’ll have trouble not being able to have it hard wired to it. I think it’s fairly common to have multiple PCs in an office connected to a single router like a switch. I could remedy this by moving the server to the room with the modem using one of its ethernet ports, but it won’t be as hidden from plain sight as in the office and the power cable isn’t long enough. Overall Review: I admit, this was quite easy to setup although you need to make sure you have 2 ethernet cables, one for the modem and router (WAN port) and the other for one of the 4 LAN ports in the rear of the router to the PC. It will configure itself once you enter the standard IP address in your browser and all you have to do it input the name of the 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz bandwidths (decided to separate them) and passwords. I bought this primarily to use as an access point more centered in my house apart from having a much broader signal range throughout the house and of course better delegating of signal because the modem/router given to me by my ISP was making it difficult to get a strong signal and was slow in doing internet tasks. It’s processor seemed to be overwhelmed easily by having 7-8 devices connected to it, luckily with this new router doing all the work, it made getting to webpages faster and casting to my Chromecast or Apple TV devices much faster when it used to lag or flat out not do what I asked it to. I also bought this primarily to have invested in long term device because of the new WiFi 6 protocol that’s new to keep around. I bought some CAT 8 cables also which was also an investment in order to get the maximum speed while not risking loss of signal to the router from the modem and even to my personal computer. I recommend it personally, my father now has signal on the other side of the house when before it never reached.

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  5. Jeremy J.

    Pros: – Fast Speeds – Increased 5ghz range over AC router – Triple core cpu, and plenty of memory – Very stable running Asus Merlin Overall Review: Bought this to replace my AC1900 which was running out of NVRAM due to my custom configs and ended up needing rebooted every week or so. I have had this router for 6 months and have had to reboot it twice, it has been very soiid, I could not be happier with my purchase. Router has ASUS Merlin firmware installed. I put a good bit more stress on my routers then the average person with VPN server, static dhcp leases, and other custom scripts/ configs in JFFS folder, and have about 25 wired devices and 15-20 wifi devices connected (not including any guest devices). Also bought an AX200 wifi card for laptop and can get real world speeds faster than 1 gbps on file transfers. WiFi range has increased about 20% as well. My 5Ghz AC devices see almost no drop in performance at the farther corners of the house (while before the 2.4 band would be faster in the far corners due to signal drop off). I can not speak to AI Mesh performance/functionality. If you can centrally locate your router then this model will support a 2100-2400 sqft home with ease.

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  6. Jeremy J.

    Pros: – Fast Speeds – Increased 5ghz range over AC router – Triple core cpu, and plenty of memory – Very stable running Asus Merlin Overall Review: Bought this to replace my AC1900 which was running out of NVRAM due to my custom configs and ended up needing rebooted every week or so. I have had this router for 6 months and have had to reboot it twice, it has been very soiid, I could not be happier with my purchase. Router has ASUS Merlin firmware installed. I put a good bit more stress on my routers then the average person with VPN server, static dhcp leases, and other custom scripts/ configs in JFFS folder, and have about 25 wired devices and 15-20 wifi devices connected (not including any guest devices). Also bought an AX200 wifi card for laptop and can get real world speeds faster than 1 gbps on file transfers. WiFi range has increased about 20% as well. My 5Ghz AC devices see almost no drop in performance at the farther corners of the house (while before the 2.4 band would be faster in the far corners due to signal drop off). I can not speak to AI Mesh performance/functionality. If you can centrally locate your router then this model will support a 2100-2400 sqft home with ease.

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