I‘m searching for devices for days now and can’t figure some stuff out so I hope somebody can explain that and recommend specific devices.
I do have a FritzBox 7490, DSL Information tells me VDSL2 Supervectoring. I do have a 50MBit down- and 10MBit Upload contract. First question here: is it mandatory to have a Modem which supports supervectoring since I don’t have that much speed? I don’t know if a device supporting VDSL2 only is fine to use and curious.
Are the technologies MU-MIMO and Beamforming really worth it?
Basically I want a system which supports my connection, has at least 2 1GBit Lan Ports for wired connections with my switch and for my NAS. WiFi with 2,4 and 5GHz. I want a strong WiFi signal. Also I’ve read that more than one core is recommended.
I think TP-Link devices could do the job, but unfortunately the Archer Vr900v is not supported it seems.
In the end I want a device which is reliable and will not let me down like my fritz did, and I want to use OpenWRT.
Oh and I am not searching for a super special device which has billion antennas or so. But I don’t know if there are stuff which influence the latency of my wired/wifi connection.
Thanks if you have read this far.