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    ROG Enthusiast Array XIIIIX PC Specs
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    ROG Rapture GT-AC5300

    As my old router died last week, it was time to get a new one.
    For needing 6 hard lines, it became the ROG Rapture GT-AC5300 in stead of the RT-AC88U(Got a nice discount on the AC5300 as AC88 wasn`t in stock ).

    Initial installation is straight forward, and thus far it works great.
    As for all features, I still have to figure most out.

    I downloaded the manual here:
    https://www.asus.com/Networking/ROG-...lpDesk_Manual/

    Anyone know a good place with info to help me setup the router?
    setup:
    4x PC
    1x NAS
    1x I-TV
    USB printer
    USB HDD for I-TV recordings
    Wireless - Telephones an Tablets

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    The setup wizard should be simple enough to get you started. Perhaps if you have any specific questions you could post in a new thread. Do you have all the relevant info from your ISP?

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    This should be all plug and play. Whether or not you can connect directly to your ISPs line is questionable. If its cable then thats a no but what you can do is use the cable modem just as a means to get to the internet. Its called DMZ which basically will connect the AC5300 directly to the internet but that's all on your ISPs router. The one thing in your list that wont work is the USB printer. You need a network printer that connects either via an Ethernet port or wireless to use in that capacity.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array XIIIIX PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    This should be all plug and play. Whether or not you can connect directly to your ISPs line is questionable. If its cable then thats a no but what you can do is use the cable modem just as a means to get to the internet. Its called DMZ which basically will connect the AC5300 directly to the internet but that's all on your ISPs router. The one thing in your list that wont work is the USB printer. You need a network printer that connects either via an Ethernet port or wireless to use in that capacity.
    Connection to internet via cable modem.
    It works all plug&play, incl. the USB printer. Works a lot better than my old TP-link (Network printing server - under USB Apps)
    4x PC
    1x NAS
    1x I-TV
    USB printer
    USB HDD for I-TV recordings
    Wireless - Telephones an Tablets

    As for setting up a gaming network:
    2 PC`s - Me and Gaming server.
    2 Wireless Laptops (Guests)
    1 Wired PC (Guest)

    I want to setup a Network, in which all PC`s can game,communicate and internet, but acces to NAS, Printer and USB-drive isn`t accesable for the guests.
    As for the Gaming server and my PC should still be able to acces the upper list.

    Thanks so far.
    Last edited by XIIIIX; 10-13-2017 at 08:07 PM.

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