Asus RT-AC55U User Manual AC1200 Wifi Gigabit Router
Asus RT-AC55U User Manual Overview
Asus RT-AC55U User Manual – The Asus RT-AC55U is a remote switch AC1200 dual band at the section level and taking into account that it is real, this is not another device, regardless of what is relevant for a large part of the market that does not need to worry about the administration of more intense systems. Hardware in their homes and are content with a humble, but stable switch to deal with their daily Internet use at home.
The RT-AC55U is, in addition, an extraordinary contrast option for the RT-AC53U and the RT-AC56R, particularly because Asus said that these devices have reached the EOL (End of Life), therefore, if some of you prefer not to move up With the AC1750 or higher switches, the AC55U should give a hard comparative test to the upcoming AC1200 devices, while keeping it constantly updated. It is important that, lately, Asus unloads a fascinating AC1300 dual-band switch called ASUS RT-ACRH13 which, in addition to the typical execution, also comes equipped with the MU-MIMO innovation.
Note: Please note that there is an additional alternative switch called 4G-AC55U and this survey does not apply to that model.
The Asus RT-AC55U has the same notorious scheme with which I acclimatized since the days of yesteryear of the RT-N66U, which later obtained obtained and something adjusted by the RT-AC68U and in conclusion, impacted the dynamic instance of the RT -AC87U . In correspondence with the RT-N66U, the RT-AC55U has a rectangular body, with a surface molded of similar precious stone to finish everything (that does not have fingerprints) and the dark band that contains the Asus logo. The RT-AC68U is somewhat larger than the RT-AC55U, which measures 8.1 x 5.8 x 1.4 inches and, due to its small extensions (contrasting and more different switches available), it will not be extremely difficult to find a place for it. Also, in light of the fact that it would look like a box of gems, it will blend effectively with the environment. In any case, if space is essential and you can not bear to lose even an inch (normal situation in the workplace), the RT-AC55U can be mounted in the divider.
The heaviness of the RT-AC55U (1.09 lbs) is everything anyone could need to maintain the device despite a ton of associated links and because of the four high feet (with elastic pads), the switch will not move in conditions typical The high feet also guarantee an appropriate wind current under the box, where there are heaps of ventilation handles. It is decent to see that Asus did not stay out of the ventilation of the casing, since it can also discover some ventilation holes on the left and right side, and also on the back, on the ports.
At the highest point of the RT-AC55U, there is a variety of blue LED lights (located on the side), which show the status of the WPS (if the LED is turned on quickly, the WPS procedure is dynamic), USB 3.0 and 2.0, the four LAN ports (the only LED will light if there is an association with a LAN), WAN (if the light is red, implies that there is no physical association, the association is restricted or missing or that the switch is in rescue mode ), the 2.4 and 5 GHz systems (if any of the LEDs blink, there is Internet action at that point) and the power (if the LED flashes gradually, at that point the device is in rescue mode).
The back of the RT-AC55U is where Asus has placed the vast majority of ports and associations: from the left, there is a small capture Reset embedded (valuable in case you have to restore the device to the default configuration of the installation industrial)), an outlet, the Power DC-IN port, a USB 2.0 port (without a doubt, it is a minimization of USB 3.0, but nowadays it can be useful to connect USB flash drives or essentially to charge your phone or tablet), the RJ45 port 10/100/1000 Gigabit BaseT WAN, one WPS capture and four RJ45 LAN ports 10/100/1000 Gigabit BaseT (there are also two connectors for the removable radio cables). In conclusion, the RT-AC55U has a USB 3.0 front to join the external HDD (it is great that Asus included a USB 3.0, at the same time, in a perfect world, should have been located in the back to avoid a shipwreck of links).
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