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Offline S5

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Hello,

I'm considering the Securifi Almond - (3 Minute Setup) Touchscreen Wireless Router / Range Extender.  I will hardwire Ethernet out of the router into other devices.  An Amazon reviewer says his Ethernet ports stopped working on his Almond.  Have other users complained about the dependability of the Ethernet ports?

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Offline Patrick Wilson

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Hello,

I'm considering the Securifi Almond - (3 Minute Setup) Touchscreen Wireless Router / Range Extender.  I will hardwire Ethernet out of the router into other devices.  An Amazon reviewer says his Ethernet ports stopped working on his Almond.  Have other users complained about the dependability of the Ethernet ports?

Thanks,

I've never heard of this to be honest.  Ethernet ports are typically pretty hearty.  I have not noted any similar complaints here in the Forum.  It would likely take something like an extreme power surge (Lightning perhaps) to cause such an issue I would expect.

Patrick Wilson
Victoria, BC Canada

 

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