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Topic # 138767 16-Jan-2014 09:23
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I've got 2x Unifi APs for sale. Will even thrown in brand new power injectors.
Both have the wall mounts.

Looking for offers around $230 or a swap for a single dual band AP




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  Reply # 967952 16-Jan-2014 09:23
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 967974 16-Jan-2014 09:41
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Which models exactly ? How old ?




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  Reply # 968002 16-Jan-2014 10:08
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Are you willing to ship or is it pickup only?



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  Reply # 968005 16-Jan-2014 10:11
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Happy to ship.

They're the standard Unifi 802.11n APs






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  Reply # 968006 16-Jan-2014 10:12
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And they're about a year old.




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  Reply # 968031 16-Jan-2014 10:49
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I've got an HP ProCurve 530WW (J8987A) PoE Dual Radio 802.11a/b/g if your interested.. but I guess you'll be after 802.11n gear.



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  Reply # 968038 16-Jan-2014 10:54
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Thanks but yeah, N gear preferred!
I'm using an old 5ghz g radio at the moment and it's too slow!




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  Reply # 968043 16-Jan-2014 11:07
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danielfaulknor: They're the standard Unifi 802.11n APs


Thanks, I have those too.  They are very good but I really want the 5ghz model to get away from all the interference from neighbours.



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  Reply # 968052 16-Jan-2014 11:15
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graemeh:
danielfaulknor: They're the standard Unifi 802.11n APs


Thanks, I have those too.  They are very good but I really want the 5ghz model to get away from all the interference from neighbours.

That's exactly what I'm trying to do!




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  Reply # 968097 16-Jan-2014 12:19
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danielfaulknor:
graemeh:
danielfaulknor: They're the standard Unifi 802.11n APs


Thanks, I have those too.  They are very good but I really want the 5ghz model to get away from all the interference from neighbours.

That's exactly what I'm trying to do!


I'm using the 5ghz radio on the Fritz!box for partial coverage, the speed difference is noticeable.

Make sure you check out the 802.11ac Unifi model, it is expensive but appears extremely fast.  The only problem is it is no longer round so the boss will notice the upgrade :(



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  Reply # 968115 16-Jan-2014 13:03
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Check this out, I just ordered one from Amazon.  Netgear Nighthawk

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