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    Smile Looking for a router with specific needs...

    Brothers, I'm in need for a new router which can help me customize as my need:

    * Can connect at both 2.4GHz and 5GHz freq.
    * Have two Wifi run same time from one internet, one for general usage at lower limited speed and one for personal at highest speed.
    * Ability to set which devices can/can't use the WiFi internet, set speed limit.
    * I have a WDmyCloud 4tb, need good speed (50MB/s atleast) when transfering files from/to it. When around 5-10 ppl use it, it should not hamper speed.

    Don't know much about router so plz guide me which one can fulfil these. Better if can buy from bd, else import.

    Thanx

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    1. Generally expensive. 802.11 AC routers.

    2. If you use two routers from single line, the speed gonna interfere regardless. Buy two lines if you must.

    3. QoS is part of almost every router firmware.

    4. Again found default in hardware.

    5. Damn! 50 MB/s atleast? You really need an AC router. Maybe AC 1800 or 2100 or something.

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    Nope. You need AC 1200 since its more common. Price starts around 6-8k and up. Look here: https://www.ryanscomputers.com/mainhome/item_List/30/0

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    Guess u r refering to this:

    https://www.ryanscomputers.com/Netgear-R622-7668

    Price seems very good, I thought I'd need more like 15-20K.

    Is netgear better or tplink or any other?

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