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Need inexpensive router that supports DHCP reservation

I've had good performance out of the Archer series: Archer A7 They are cheap, last forever, and they can do DHCP reservations. For my test systems, I run Open DHCP on my computer, assign it to run on ...
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HW for Home WiFi Network

You can use also TP-Link MESH routers. Here you can find a list of devices supported. Here is the list of other devices (Ethernet over power, repeaters/extenders and so on) which support OneMesh.
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Need inexpensive router that supports DHCP reservation

The client needs to ask for DHCP. Sophos UTM can do all you ask & is free for 50 seats. All you need is a spare computer, or you can run it in a VM. They don't make it easy to find, but see this ...
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HW for Home WiFi Network

Your buzzword to look for is 'mesh'. This provides seamless integration, so the devices are unaware they are changing nodes. I'd at least have a look at the new Linksys Atlas range - the top end is ...
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