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  Reply # 668046 6-Aug-2012 01:36 Send private message

bisr:
Ragnor: Hmm.. you may want to have a look at http://www.gowifi.co.nz/access-points-802.11.html for Mikrotik and Ubiquiti stuff.


Looking through that list a bit better I can see two ubiquiti products that might do the job, in particular the Ubiquiti PowerAP N indoor AP/router.  So I don't end up just buying an AP, it can replace the router I have too.

There are lots of advantages to buying new and having something covered by warranty. I am going to think really seriously about this one and will ring GoWifi tomorrow.

Thanks heaps for the bit of guidance, this has been very helpful.


It can run in a bridge or router mode, in router mode it does all the normal stuff you'd expect (dhcp server, firewall, NAT, etc).



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  Reply # 668620 6-Aug-2012 22:08 Send private message

rang up gowifi and will buy either the AirRouter or PowerAPN as soon as I get paid in the next few days.

Thanks so much for turning me onto this, I have been to gowifi's page and looked at Ubiquiti AP's for clients but never though of buying them for myself for some unknown reason.

 

 



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  Reply # 674278 19-Aug-2012 16:24 Send private message

Did you end up getting a Ubiquiti access point? If so, how did it perform?



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  Reply # 674386 19-Aug-2012 21:03 Send private message

blair003: Did you end up getting a Ubiquiti access point? If so, how did it perform?


Haven't got yet, been too poor :(

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