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#307181 26-Sep-2023 15:40
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Have a couple of wireless access points I am better to offload.

 

Grandstream GWN7664 (4x4 Wireless AX with 2.5Gbit Ethernet) - $220
Grandstream GWN7660 (2x2 Wireless AX) - $140

 

Require PoE switch or injector to power. The GWN7664 is better with POE+ (runs at full power) but had it running on POE fine.

 

Shipping $8 else pickup Paraparaumu / Wellington.





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  #3135663 27-Sep-2023 22:26
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If anyone is keen for both I’ll do it for $350 with free shipping 😊

If you’re on the fence wondering if they’ll be fast enough for your needs or stable enough I did have these running in local controller mode without a single ounce of issue. They’ve actually been more stable for me than any UniFi gear has been.




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Yeh these are awesome. I got a single 7660. I am ditching the unifi's sick of them. Worked well, my AP's are old now and drop out. 


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  #3135989 28-Sep-2023 15:44
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And now the recent firmware issues are solved, back to very stable and reliable WiFi. Definately reccomended.


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