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The slim and artful ASUS RT-N56U Black Diamond 300Mbps 5GHz/2.4GHz dual-band Gigabit wireless router
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The slim and artful ASUS RT-N56U Black Diamond 300Mbps 5GHz/2.4GHz dual-band Gigabit wireless router offers 300,000 data sessions, Ai Radar, and EZ UI setup. It's a stylish, stable, and fast way to get connected.
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11. Open the Firmware Restoration program: Start Menu -> All Programs -> ASUS -> ASUS Utility -> RT-N56U Wireless Router -> Firmware Restoration. 12. Select the firmware file you installed earlier and click "Upload." 13. It takes a couple minutes for the new firmware to be uploaded. 14.
Asus RT-N56U Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless-N Router Editors' note, December 14, 2015: This review was updated with its overall rating lowered to reflect its position compared with newer routers.