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New Ubiquiti ERLite-3 Edgemax EdgeRouter - $75.99 with Code, Free Shipping - Newegg

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Newegg has the Ubiquiti EdgeRoute Lite 3 for 89.99 with code EMCRJBF74 and free shipping. Not a super deal but if you are already in the market not a horrible price.

Its lowest New in stock option I have seen in a while. Amazon did have it at about 85.99 for the longest time but it only seems to be in stock by 3rd party sellers now and the used market has them priced rather high also.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...000A-00001
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This is regularly around the low $90s on Amazon.
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What's the difference between the square edges and the beveled edges in some of the Newegg pictures? I got my square edge ERL-3 on a 3rd party listing on Amazon for $61 almost a year ago and love it.
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This is an amazing router. The wizard configuration allows for quick and easy setup. It's pretty straightforward and has good documentation.
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This is regularly around the low $90s on Amazon.
Agreed but the price seems to be kreeping up lately. I just had to buy one in order to fixing a network config problem at a relatives. So saw this and picked it up.
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What's the difference between the square edges and the beveled edges in some of the Newegg pictures? I got my square edge ERL-3 on a 3rd party listing on Amazon for $61 almost a year ago and love it.
The beveled edges would lead me to think there showing picks of the tough switch model but maybe an older design? Weird either way. says it's an erlite 3
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I have lite installed at work with firewall and NAT so that I can monitor the traffic. I also have PFSense router at my house and I prefer PFSense over lite.
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What's the difference between the square edges and the beveled edges in some of the Newegg pictures? I got my square edge ERL-3 on a 3rd party listing on Amazon for $61 almost a year ago and love it.
I can't find the link, but I remember having the same question and I seem to remember it was just a design revision, no functional difference.
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This is an amazing router. The wizard configuration allows for quick and easy setup. It's pretty straightforward and has good documentation.
Agreed, amazing router, but straightforward to setup is wrong. If you're not confident around routers, this isn't a fun setup, especially if it comes with old firmware. I picked up one a few months ago and the firmware was ancient so the wizard was useless, but I was fine with the command line.
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My Meraki only has 100mb throughout thanks to the the firewall. The ubiquiti site doesn't list it but it looks like the throughput is much better on this.
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My Meraki only has 100mb throughout thanks to the the firewall. The ubiquiti site doesn't list it but it looks like the throughput is much better on this.
The reason I got this was for the near Wirespeed gigabit internet that I have in the are when I decide to bit the bullet and get it. The throughput is supposed to be really good with the advanced features and reliability won me over.
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This is a good dedicated gigabit router for the money. Lotta options.

Definitely not straight forward. I'd put this under the "project" router category. It's especially a good project for your home network, and I've heard plenty of usage out in the commercial arena for companies looking for a cheap alternative to a lot of the more expensive big names.

One thing I will note is that Ubiquiti has had notable security problems lately. I don't recall if it affected these routers or just their wireless APs.
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This is a good dedicated gigabit router for the money. Lotta options.

Definitely not straight forward. I'd put this under the "project" router category. It's especially a good project for your home network, and I've heard plenty of usage out in the commercial arena for companies looking for a cheap alternative to a lot of the more expensive big names.

One thing I will note is that Ubiquiti has had notable security problems lately. I don't recall if it affected these routers or just their wireless APs.
What security problems?
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What security problems?
This roughly covers it. Looks like it was on the APs only this time: http://www.computerworld.com/arti...-flaw.html

Mainly they had a slow response initially, but from the update it looks like they were just bad at communicating that they were working on it. Dontknow

There were some older cases too. These were eventually patched, but Ubiquiti has earned a reputation on not fixing noted security flaws quickly, or notifying their customers of security flaws quickly.

http://www.securityweek.com/worm-...nerability
http://www.securityweek.com/flaw-...xposed-web

Then there were issues with violating GPL by not releasing certain build info, but they recently complied with the request for the uboot source code after a long time:
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:lBYQUtJ9-FMJ:libertybsd.net/ubiquiti/+&cd=4&hl=... [googleusercontent.com]

I really like ubiquiti products and interfaces, but they've been getting a few black eyes lately (lately being the last few years).
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This roughly covers it. Looks like it was on the APs only this time: http://www.computerworld.com/arti...-flaw.html

Mainly they had a slow response initially, but from the update it looks like they were just bad at communicating that they were working on it. Dontknow

There were some older cases too. These were eventually patched, but Ubiquiti has earned a reputation on not fixing noted security flaws quickly, or notifying their customers of security flaws quickly.

http://www.securityweek.com/worm-...nerability
http://www.securityweek.com/flaw-...xposed-web

Then there were issues with violating GPL by not releasing certain build info, but they recently complied with the request for the uboot source code after a long time:
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:lBYQUtJ9-FMJ:libertybsd.net/ubiquiti/+&cd=4&hl=... [googleusercontent.com]

I really like ubiquiti products and interfaces, but they've been getting a few black eyes lately (lately being the last few years).
Communication is definitely not one of there strengths. I think if you are constantly in the community support forums youll get the latest and greatest but I have an account and hear very little about new products. I heard about there wearable camera from a security website and not them...
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I've had this for just less than a year as my home router and like it a lot. Wish it integrated with my UniFi base stations.
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