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afe66
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  #1279578 9-Apr-2015 12:49
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Be round monday,

 

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  #1279594 9-Apr-2015 13:15
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1x TP-Link WR1043nd running Gargoyle.

2x Huawei Honor 6
2x iPhone 4s
1x Chromecast
1x HP Touchpad
1x PS Vita
1x PSP 2000
1x Xbox One
1x Xbox 360
2x PS3
1x PS4
1x Macbook Pro
1x Powerbook G4
1x HP Slate 7
1x HP Stream 8
1x Samsung Galaxy Ace 3
1x Acer Tablet
1x IP Camera
3x HP Elitebooks
1x Eyefi card

Think that could be all, probably missing a few that I have forgotten.
And that is all wifi minus the router.

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  #1279663 9-Apr-2015 14:22
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2x Chromecast
1x Printer
1x PS4
1x PS Vita
5x Smart Phones
1x iMac
5x Laptops
2x Tablets

On Ethernet:
1x Laser Printer
1x HP Micro server
1x Seagate NAS running Arch Linux w/ Owncloud
2x TV's

I run a 24pt Gigabit Switch will full structured cabling and a Linksys WRT1900AC as my router on Snaps unlimited 200/200 plan, everything works really well.




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  #1279665 9-Apr-2015 14:27
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2 x iPads
2 x iPhones
2 x Tivos
1 x Laptop
1 x Apple TV
1 x Stereo
1 x Printer
1 x Xbox




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  #1279669 9-Apr-2015 14:29
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Me:
-MacBook Pro
-iPhone 5s
-Asus Tablet
-Apple TV
-Raspberry Pi
-Twine Sensor

Family:
-Apple TV
-iPad Air
-Windows Desktop
-PS3

Parents:
-2x iPhone 5
-iPhone 6

Siblings:
-2TB Time Capsule
-27" iMac
-20" iMac
-Moto G 2
-iPhone 5c
-iPod touch 4

Our network is an awful Vodafone Station router for DSL, but a Time Capsule, AirPort Extreme, and AirPort Express for Wi-Fi around the house. All this is on a 3.5Mbps connection, so I long for the day I move out to go to uni and get fibre.

afe66
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  #1279736 9-Apr-2015 15:23
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Wired.

Desktop
Demon amp
Sony blue ray
Raspberry pi running motionpie
Synology 412 NAS
Nuc pc
Sonos bridge
Brother 5170dn printer

Wireless
Acer S7
Apple laptop
IPad
IPhone
HTC one
Sonos Five x2
Sonos One

Default Vodafone modem router ASDL2
Two gig switches

A.


  #1279742 9-Apr-2015 15:29
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4x security cameras
2x Laptops
2x Visitor/test laptops
1x iPad
1x smartphone
1x TV
1x HTPC/remote server
1x printer
2x routers





Gordy

 

My first ever AM radio network connection was with a 1MHz AM crystal(OA91) radio receiver.




StarBlazer
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  #1279767 9-Apr-2015 15:51
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4 Mobile phones
3 Laptops
2 iPads
1 xBox

and a partridge in a pear tree

Disclaimer: neither the partridge or the pear tree are WiFi enabled.  The tree has been rooted and the partridge is only sometimes directly connected to the tree (at Christmas time), it does however have the flappy bird app.

P.S. do you want to include Bluetooth?  Please add a keyboard and speaker plus two wireless keyboard and mouse combinations.

I'm surprised LED lights are not in the above lists!




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Deamo
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  #1279918 9-Apr-2015 18:40

Ethernet
3 PCs
1 TV
1 NAS

Wifi
4 Laptops
2 Phones
1 Playstation
1 Printer

Think that's it.

ianajmes
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  #1280024 9-Apr-2015 21:14
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2 x smart phones
Samsung smart tv (wired)
Ps3 wired
Apple tv wired
Pc wired
Ipad
2 x ipods
Wireless home theatre

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#1280059 9-Apr-2015 22:00
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GigE ported router on fibre (with 2.5 & 5 G WiFi)
Hard-wired to ;
WD MyCloud
iMac
Timecapsule (2nd WiFi AP)
Which is wired to
LG TV
TiVo
Onyko AV Rx
Blu-ray player
Belkin router (3rd WiFi AP)
Which is wired to
Panasonic TV
DVD player/writer
On WiFi
15" MBP
13" MBPr
13" Macbook
iPad 2
iPad
iphone 4S
iPhone 6
Kindle x 2
HP printer

You can see I prefer hard-wired where I can but also have three WiFi APs across the house.

2 users only !

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  #1280092 9-Apr-2015 23:35
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43 devices in the history of unifi. Thats including a few things that are not used any more, like the old wireless cards in a couple of laptops (single band junk supplied that I swapped for AC cards) USB sticks for ras-pi, 4 wifi controlled power switches, and some of the ESP8266 modules I have been playing with.

Probably about 12 devices that are regually used on them properly. 2 firetv sticks, a chromecast, chromecast the flatmate has on his TV, My 2 note phones, android tablet and the laptops. Everything else is wired if supported.




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  #1280102 10-Apr-2015 00:22
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5 x Chromecast
4 x HP Windows Laptops
2 x Nexus 7
1 x HP Chromebook 14
1 x Brother Printer
1 x Android Mini-PC
1 x LG TV
1 x Nexus 5
1 x Nexus 4
1 x Moto G
1 x Moto G 2
1 x Nest Protect
1 x MikroTik Router

So 21 wireless devices for 3 people.


enfield
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  #1280103 10-Apr-2015 00:28
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2x iphone
1x note 3
3x laptop
1x apple tv
2x samsung tv
1x ps4
1x ipad

total - 11

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  #1280116 10-Apr-2015 05:32
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I avoid it if I can so the only things I have on WiFi are mobile phones and tablets (2 of each) and my wife uses it for her laptop. Everything else is hardwired - you can't beat a physical cable.

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