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  Reply # 2196524 12-Mar-2019 13:51
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Appreciate the replies. I will stick to the FW i'm on.


Part of me wishes I had gone down the Ubiquiti route now... the grandstream stuff is OK, nothing amazing. 

The little things make the biggest difference.

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  Reply # 2196533 12-Mar-2019 14:07
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I've raised the issues (especially with Speed) with Go Wireless and they are working with Grandstream to get it resolved. They've also passed on feedback to them regarding support. They're currently bench testing the router on their Gigabit connection to attempt to work out the issue as this router was great on Gigabit when I reviewed it.


Despite this, I still have no issues at all recommending it to others as it is a good piece of kit.


@Shindig If you're on anything below Gigabit UFB then upgrade your router for security reasons. Remember also, the cost of the Grandstream vs the Ubiquiti kit is a huge difference :)

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