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  Reply # 1542441 26-Apr-2016 20:53
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that is my understanding too


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  Reply # 1542442 26-Apr-2016 20:55
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Jase2985:

 

that is my understanding too

 

 

glad you called that, i have been sitting here second guessing myself going back over math.

 

 

 

now i can relax in that iver we are both wrong or its possibly little oddity. 





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  Reply # 1542443 26-Apr-2016 21:01
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ive asked on their forum why it only supports 20MHz, curious as to what they say

 

1x1 max is 144Mbps (20MHz) and 433Mbps (40MHz)

 

2x2 max is 300Mbps (40MHz) and 867Mbps (80MHz)


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There was one thing that was more difficult than expected. The red sticker they put on the access point is a lot harder to remove than it needs to be. Pretty minor complaint really, but, hopefully they change the adhesive they use as there is no need to use such a strong one.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1543354 28-Apr-2016 12:45
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Jase2985:

 

ive asked on their forum why it only supports 20MHz, curious as to what they say

 

1x1 max is 144Mbps (20MHz) and 433Mbps (40MHz)

 

2x2 max is 300Mbps (40MHz) and 867Mbps (80MHz)

 

 

 

 

Perhaps at some stage they may have intended it to have 40mhz channel width. I wonder what would happen if you pushed config with

 

channel-width 40

 

instead of

 

channel-width 20

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1543358 28-Apr-2016 12:49
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ive asked them directly and waiting on a reply


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  Reply # 1543419 28-Apr-2016 14:19
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Perhaps at some stage they may have intended it to have 40mhz channel width. I wonder what would happen if you pushed config with

 

channel-width 40

 

instead of

 

channel-width 20

 

 

 

 

 

As expected, it overrides back to 20.

 

 


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  Reply # 1543420 28-Apr-2016 14:20
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Interesting, was worth a try anyway!

 

 

 

lets see what the official response comes back as!





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  Reply # 1543477 28-Apr-2016 15:50
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Just came through.





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hio77:

 

 

 

 

Just came through.

 

 

 

 

Shush, I've just realised I used product code C000100W402A (the AU/NZ code), but they are actually selling the C000100W404A (APAC, CALA, MEA, non EU member states) model. Will have to ask for a new promo code :-(

 

 


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dolsen:

 

hio77:

 

Just came through.

 

 

 

 

Shush, I've just realised I used product code C000100W402A (the AU/NZ code), but they are actually selling the C000100W404A (APAC, CALA, MEA, non EU member states) model. Will have to ask for a new promo code :-(

 

 

 

 

 

 

ouch! i tripple checked the numbers befor sending in through!

 

 

 

all paid and ordered, Heres hoping i have another toy to play with early next week!





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they list all 4 manufactures codes on their website so i assume it will be ok

 

will find out soon


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  Reply # 1543532 28-Apr-2016 17:28
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didnt have any issues with my order.




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Great customer service from go-wifi.

 

Auto email alert to say back in stock

 

personal email from sales guy saying back in stock.

 

super quick turn around of the quote with new price (less than an hour)

 

Easy to pay 

 

just waiting for them to arrive early next week now.

 

 





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