Home Wi-Fi recommendations
brandon at cold.org
Sun Apr 1 22:31:53 MDT 2018
Ubiquiti Amplifi HD FTW. I just switched and it is a no-brainer.
Also, they just relocated a large facility to Draper (just east of the
ebay facility, over the tracks). I met a few of the people there and
got a tour of the place, it's pretty slick, and cool to see them coming
to Utah. If you buy something, it'll probably get to your place
quickly, as it'll ship from Draper :)
On 04/01/2018 10:10 PM, Eric Olsen wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 31, 2018 at 5:47 PM, Chris Wood <chris at tincreek.com> wrote:
>> On Sat, Mar 31, 2018 at 5:13 PM, Brian J. Rogers <captbrogers at gmail.com>
>>> How does everyone that recommend Ubiquity feel about having it connected
>>> a remote system for configuration? Perhaps I misunderstood the website,
>>> it looks like in order to configure anything you must login to their
>> I use the local Unifi software and really only turn it on when I want
>> to upgrade the firmware.
> +1 for Ubiquiti.
> I've been a Netgear fan, and have beta-tested for them for about a decade
> now. In fact, if you wanted to try before you buy, I have a Nighthawk X6
> and a set of Orbis (a router, two nice extensions, and two lower-profile
> extensions) you're welcome to borrow for a few weeks to see if it would
> work for you.
> That being said, back to the Ubiquiti recommendation: I switched to a
> couple of UniFi AC Pro APs (overkill for my space tbh) a year and a half
> ago, then half a year later picked-up a USG (UniFi Security Gateway) as a
> router. Up to that point I was using a Raspberry Pi for the controller, but
> then I decided just for simplicity to buy one of their controllers and it
> has been convenient. Like others have said, I don't really spend a lot of
> time in the configuration page. When I do though, the level of detail is
> nice, both for control but as well as information (what device is connected
> to which AP, being able to selectively disconnect a device so it will
> connect to a better one, though it's pretty good about hand-off). I'm also
> a fan of the modularity - if I need (want) to upgrade I'm not upgrading a
> $300 router, instead I'm just replacing the $100 gateway, or one or both of
> the $100 APs.
> -Eric F. Olsen
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