moderated Re: An accessible router
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I have the google wireless nest mesh system which works, most likely, the best of any router I have ever owned, hardware wise
It’s fantastic if you happen to have a mobile device, however they do require the google WiFi app. The app itself provides everything in a fantastic and screen reader friendly area, however, and there isn’t an unlabeled button found. However if your specific requirement is PC, unfortunately out of luck there, which is odd to me.
Hope that helps somewhat.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Sieghard Weitzel
I am quite partial to the higher-end Netgear routers but also had an Asus one and a Cisco and I don’t think I had a router in the last 10 years which didn’t get accessed via a web interface and where I couldn’t use the interface.
Too bad you guys are I think all in the US, I have a Netgear Nighthawk X6 R8000 triband router which I’d gladly sell for a good price, but shipping would probably be expensive.
I have switched to the Netgear Orbi mesh system both at home and, at my retail store I use the Orbi Pro/business version and this Nighthawk and my Asus RT-AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Router for which I paid over $300 Canadian are just sitting on a shelf.
A month ago I purchased a Netgear combination router and cable modem. You can use your browser of choice to access it. Sounds like you just need a router with WI-FI in it. I’m quite pleased with what I have.
Kevin Jilly and Valerie
My WIFI router has bit the dust. Does anyone have any recommendations for a router with an accessible interface with JAWS?