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  Reply # 1592565 14-Jul-2016 14:38
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I already have a network engineer for the first project buddy, I just like to get my own take on things as well as others opinions.

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  Reply # 1592579 14-Jul-2016 14:40
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AICOM:

I'm new to these products,but in the process of building a few large networks for residential and commercial both with over 125 users each. The best Ubiquiti core router advertises 2 mpps and Mikrotiks routers go up to 42 mpps. does anyone know if these numbers are accurate or even close?

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  Reply # 1598530 25-Jul-2016 20:54
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I'm looking at the ER-X + Unifi AC AP LR for a new home that's approx 200 sqm.

 

Reasoning on the ER-X over the Lite is I need more than 3 ports, I think it would look as follows?

 

ETH0: Chorus ONT

 

ETH1: Server

 

ETH2: Sky over UFB

 

ETH3: {empty}

 

ETH4: Unifi AP

 

 

 

I'm anticipating 5 wireless devices. 2 phones and 2 Amazon TV's and an Xbox One.

 

Not expecting to do anything grunty on the router, static routes & NAT enabled for the XB.

 

 

 

Any thoughts?


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