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Posted 27 May 2013 - 02:15
The RT-N66U is an excellent choice. Load it up with Tomato firmware and you've got a rock solid really fast router.
Posted 27 May 2013 - 12:48
Posted 01 June 2013 - 20:10
"I'm actually thinking of doing gigabit teaming with this router"
To what? Your internet connection of over 1gbps? Other machines on your network, do the hdd support moving files over the speed of 1gbps? Good gig nics you should see in the 900Mbps plus range, so /8 your looking at over 100MBps in a file transfer - do you disks support more than that for a sustained xfer? Are you moving files between SSD across your network?
In a home or smb setup with only a few users, the need for over 1 gig connections or even a backbone is highly unlikely to be of use. But sure if you want to do it so you can say you did it and brag about your iperf speeds - have fun
"lock down both low and high bands (WPA2-TKIP+AES), which have complete isolation from each other (different IDs *and* passphrases)."
And are they on the same lan segment? if so then I am fairly sure they are connected.. Since you stated you disabled the guest wireless which is normally limited to only internet access. Creating multiple SSID, with different psk does not isolate them. Are you running multiple vlans with acls between them? If not they are on the same network segment I would guess with no isolation other than connecting via a different ssid and psk.