First lets talk about the questions and doubts in a customer’s mind , who recently bought an AC router :

I have spent a lot of money on a AC router, why Im not getting perfect all over my house ?

ANSWER – Because, you are not in the line of sight of the router or access point. You need to be on exact LOS and very close to the router.

I have spent a lot of money on a AC router, why Im not getting enough signals ?

ANSWER – Because, you are testing behind a wall or a number of walls. AC works on 5Ghz and 5Ghz cannot penetrate glass or wood or walls at the same pace as 2.4Ghz runs. You need to put AC router on each floor, if needed.

I have spent a lot of money on a AC router, why the range is so bad ?

ANSWER – Because, AC routers are not built for range, its built for speeds. It can transfer high speeds, but not go for long distance.

I have spent a lot of money on a AC router, why Im not getting enough signals to all of my building floors ?

ANSWER – Because, AC routers are not built for range, its built for speeds. You need to invest on AC mesh and put dedicated AC access point on each of your rooms or halls, wherever you need the best speeds. If you are looking to invest that high, then you of course will get the internet, but speeds will be low, as 5Ghz cannot penetrate or travel long.

Can I get a cheap TP-LINK AC Router and get the best experience ?

ANSWER – Unfortunately, no. You get what you pay for. Cheap routers are not good and good routers are not cheap. Cheap router have weak CPU and low RAM buffer, so at higher speeds, its going to hang and you will need to rebooting those routers almost after every few hours.

Which AC Router is recommend ?

ANSWER – We recommend those –

Which AC Mesh System is recommended ?

ANSWER – We recommend those –


So, you basically need to understand the limitations of technology instead of having an argument with your ISP engineer. Anyways, your ISP support is till your LAN cable and not beyond that, like over Wi-Fi whatsoever. There isn’t enough here to give specific advice, but general advice is to place the router near wherever you spend the most time, put routers or mesh points in the center of the house, and place mesh points where you have specific dead spots. Also don’t place routers or mesh points near physical obstructions (like a closet) or electrical (like a microwave or robot vacuum). If you place routers at opposite ends of the house, you’ll have poorest coverage in the center of the house and possible handoff issues. Now, lets talk about the basic things you need to know about AC routers.


AC Routers work on 5Ghz band and 5Ghz band is for higher throughput and speeds, not higher range or longer range. An AC router can only perform the best if the connected devices are in straight line of sight and not very far. That doesnt mean, you wont be getting internet after a wall or glass partition, but you it will be significantly low. If you need best experience all over your home or office, then you need to invest on Mesh AC Systems and put an access point in each and every room, wherever you are looking to use the internet at higher speeds. We recommend those Mesh AC Router Kits.


It’s rare that wireless standards play nice with one another, so the backwards compatibility of the AC standard is a huge plus. Unlike past standards, 802.11ac is backwards-compatible with devices currently made to use the B, G, or N standard, meaning your existing devices should still work like a charm after you inevitably make the upgrade. While it’s compatible with older devices, you won’t get the full benefit of owning an AC router unless it’s used to connect an AC-compatible device.


AC Routers are expensive and its for a reason – higher speeds and higher transfer rate. If you are okay with 5-10Mbps speeds, then any regular 2.4Ghz router will suffice too. But if you need really high speeds, then of course, you need to invest on AC gear. We recommend those AC Routers.

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