For Sale ASUS AC68u Router

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  1. Viberious

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    After upgrading to a new Asus AC88u my trusty AC68u router is up for sale.

    ASUS RT-AC68U product details are as follows
    • AC1900 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router, Access Point Mode, Twin USB for Media Server, 3G/4G Dongle Support, 802.11AC
    • Updated to the latest firmware
    • Fully boxed
    • No warranty but has been fully working perfectly on my BT Infinity service 4 for last 6 months.

    Price and currency: £75
    Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
    Payment method: Paypal gift or bank transfer
    Location: Didcot, Oxfordshire
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    Price drop to £70 inc pnp
     
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    £60? Slow post is fine
     
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    Thanks but £70 is a good price, just dropped wont drop again so soon.
     
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    How about 65? Already have one these just wanted one as an access point
     
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    Thanks but happy with £70 at the moment.
     
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    Price drop to £67.50
     
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    This work with Sky ADSL?

    Cheers
     
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    It's a cable router rather than a DSL version. You will need to connect the sky router as normal then disable the wireless portion and connect the asus to run the wireless portion. I've never done this so can't exactly say but google and you tube should be able to help.
     

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