Connect wifi router

If the Internet connection should be set up using a wifi router, this router must support a special dial-in protocol (Dual-Access PPTP). The routers listed below are tested and are functioning properly within the StudNet. Other routers are most probably not compatible.

Wifi router connection I would not like to use a wifi router

We cannot provide any support for non-listed wifi routers. In addition we cannot guarantee proper function in our network.

  • ✅ simple setup
  • ✅ GBit uplink
  • ✅ newest Wifi 6 standard
  • ✅ cheapest Wifi 6 router
  • ☑️ no support for additional Wifi DFS channels
  • TP-Link AX10 - approx. 60€ - Amazon
  • ✅ GBit uplink
  • ✅ newest Wifi 6 standard
  • ✅ very fast
  • ✅ support for higher Wifi channels
  • ☑️ might need software update prior to usage 1)
  • TP-Link AX53 - approx. 80€ - Amazon
  • TP-Link AX73 - approx. 130€ - Amazon
  • ✅ simple setup
  • ☑️ cheaper
  • ☑️ slower (some have only 100 MBit/s uplink)
  • ☑️ no support for additional Wifi DFS channels
  • TP-Link Archer C6 AC1200 - approx. 35€ - Amazon
  • TP-Link Archer C50 AC1200 - approx. 30€ - Amazon - only 100 MBit/s uplink
  • TP-Link Archer C20 AC750 - approx. 25€ - Amazon - only 100 MBit/s uplink

ASUS Wifi 6 router

  • ✅ GBit uplink
  • ✅ newest Wifi 6 standard
  • ☑️ setup more complicated
  • ☑️ no support for additional Wifi DFS channels
  • ASUS RT-AX58U - approx. 130€ - Amazon

ASUS Wifi 5 router

  • ☑️ setup more complicated
  • ☑️ no support for additional Wifi DFS channels
  • ASUS RT-AC66U - approx. 80€ - Amazon
 
1)
some devices with older router software must be updates prior to usage, since the vendor software does not work properly