Jlink WiFi 6 router sells for just $35 (Promo)

cheap low cost WiFi 6 router

If you are interested in upgrading your wireless network to WiFi 6 but don’t want to spend too much on it, the Jlink WiFi 6 (AX1800) may be an option as it is now sold on Amazon for about $35 with a 30% coupon (CGWTG9GR if ticking does not work).

Jlink AX1800 dual-band router highlights:

  • Wireless
    • 2.4GHz and 5GHz MU-MIMO WiFi 6 with up to 1.8 Gbps wireless speeds
    • Support up to 128 concurrent devices
    • Coverage of up to 1700 sq feet or 160 square meters
    • TWT technology for low-power IoT devices
    • Security – WPA3
    • 4x external antennas
  • Wired networking – 4x RJ45 ports with one Gigabit Ethernet WAN port, 3x Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports
  • USB – None that I can see
  • “Storage Memory of up to 256MB”

Jlink WiFi 6 router

I could not find the specifications for the router, so all we really have are user reviews on Amazon. Most users are saying the user interface is limited and the router needs to be power cycled from time to time. Several are using the Jlink as a WiFi 6 repeater and most buyers seem relatively happy once the price (usually $40 to $50) is taken into consideration.

Via Notebookcheck.net

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Sander
Sander
1 year ago

“the user interface is limited and the router needs to be powered cycled from time to time.”

Ouch! I want my wifi to be rock stable.

A few months ago I switched to meshed APs (TP-Link Deco M5) per floor, and it’s fantastic: stable (not a reboot once), and great throughput (not fiber line speed, but more than enough).

Phil
Phil
1 year ago

For the price, on the surface, it looks like good value, something seemingly rare in the world of newer, ‘sell it for 100 times the manufacturing cost because the customer will fall for it’ ideology tech so prominent these days.

Theguyuk
Theguyuk
1 year ago

@cnx software

Is it this in a different box? Or model variant

https://m.alibaba.com/product/1600390890446/J-Link-Custom-Wifi6-Router-Wireless.html

Theguyuk
Theguyuk
1 year ago

Yeah worrying but they sell various monitors. 🤔

David Willmore
David Willmore
1 year ago

Amazon US is saying the coupon code isn’t valid and showing the price as $50.

Oh, there’s a box on the product page near the description to apply a coupon. Sneaky. Also, the code from this article doesn’t work, but the one from the noteboot check article does. Total discount -$25

David Willmore
David Willmore
1 year ago

I ordered one, but set the delivery to next week. I’ll see about setting this up after we get back from xmas. So, some time around new year. Thanks for the tip!

As far as I know, I only have three devices which fully support Wifi6, so testing will be a bit off. Speaking of which, I need to get one of them off the wireless network… Grumble….

S2k
S2k
1 year ago

Stay away from Chinese network devices. They’re a sure way to introduce malware.

network guy
network guy
1 year ago

Where do you think routers are made buddy

animtakhnet
animtakhnet
1 year ago

Always happy to checkout a good deal, i’ll dust off my rusty old flashrom hardware to dump the flash if possible, would be interesting if we could get openwrt to run on it. Or atleast get root so we can look for weird stuff.

Something to do while Espressif works on really releasing their wifi 6 chips. My 2.4ghz is a bit saturated with 30+ of the esp8266 and even more zigbee stuff 🙂

Jeroen
1 year ago

Aren’t they just broken devices if they need to be power cycled regualry?

Arnd Bergmann
1 year ago

The manual lists ‘Unionman’ as the manufacturer, and fccid.io finds a router from that company with an identical case, see https://fccid.io/2ATGV-UNR030Z.

That one has an unusual ZTE ZX279128R SoC (dual-core Cortex-A9) plus the standard Mediatek MT7975/MT7905 radio chips that match the specifications listed here. It’s probably faster than an MT7621, but I see no chance of getting this to work in OpenWRT.

Neorej
Neorej
1 year ago

No OpenWRT – No buy!

Owning only the Hardware and not the whole thing (including the Software part!) shouldn’t be considered by a human being.

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