I've looked quite a bit through my local electronics stores but nobody could help me there and I couldn't find what I was looking for, so I'm asking this here.
I'm looking for a "router", supporting gigabit ethernet and at least having four ports. This router should also be able to open its own WLAN network as well as act as repeater for other networks. Support for (multi-stream) 802.11ac WLAN is mandatory. Only if there's really nothing supporting 802.11ac 802.11n would be acceptable but it would have to have good sending power and range and support 2.4 and 5 GHz.
You'll scratch your head now and ask: Why can't a plain router be used for this? - I'm looking for a solution that is not a standard home router and doesn't support connecting to the internet by itself as I consider this an unnecessary feature for this device. Its use-case would be to open a new WLAN network at a physically different location from the internet access point.
Bonus points include:
- Low price (< $100)
- A webinterface for configuration purposes
- Regular updates or really good firmware (really unlikely usually)