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Topic # 94482 12-Dec-2011 21:12
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Hi There!

I am looking for a new Wireless access point (Not a router) with EXCELLENT range, would prefer something 300Mbps and Wireless N

Thanks.

 

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  Reply # 557208 12-Dec-2011 21:20
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http://www.ubnt.com/unifi

They even look good mounted on the ceiling..



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  Reply # 557229 12-Dec-2011 22:44
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If you know, would you mind sending me which distributor sells them?

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  Reply # 557234 12-Dec-2011 22:59
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Sorry about that.. Missed something :-)

http://www.gowifi.co.nz




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  Reply # 557312 13-Dec-2011 09:56
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If massive range is what you're after, there's also the PowerAP N.

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  Reply # 557316 13-Dec-2011 10:03
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The unifys are good, i have 9 of them covering a school here in blenheim. You cant go wrong with any of the Ubiquity gear, its enterprise grade, none of this cheap dlink/belkin consumer grade rubbish :D

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  Reply # 557317 13-Dec-2011 10:08
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We use UniFi but I wouldn't recommend it for just a single AP. Their software is built to work where you have dozens of access points. You need special software on your comptuer/server to manage them and it can be a bit of a headache. maybe their PowerAP series would be better than UniFi?





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  Reply # 557355 13-Dec-2011 11:16
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Zeon: We use UniFi but I wouldn't recommend it for just a single AP. Their software is built to work where you have dozens of access points. You need special software on your comptuer/server to manage them and it can be a bit of a headache. maybe their PowerAP series would be better than UniFi?


The Management software (windows/mac/linux) doesn't need to be running at all after the initial set up of them. (buts its nice to have it running).



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  Reply # 559097 17-Dec-2011 21:03
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Any of these smoke detector like ones dual band yet? I know it was coming soon when I last looked into it, and it has been a while now




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