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use your ddwrt, 4x1gb lan port + 1 wan port around $20 to do more for much less
Only get this if you have other unifi equipment (most like their wifi AP), so you operate everything under 1 plane of glass.
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Any recommendations of a main router that can handle a ton of throughput? Plan on 9tvs and 6 computers on wired gigabit and over 20 wifi devices. Tia
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correct me if i'm wrong, if i bought this and found the lan port isn't enough, then i may need to buy some switches, right?
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correct me if i'm wrong, if i bought this and found the lan port isn't enough, then i may need to buy some switches, right?
Yes, you can use a switch or a hub but a switch is preferred.
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Only get this if you have other unifi equipment (most like their wifi AP), so you operate everything under 1 plane of glass.
not necessary another unifi. ddwrt supports openVPN or others
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correct me if i'm wrong, if i bought this and found the lan port isn't enough, then i may need to buy some switches, right?
You can configure the 3rd port to be another LAN port if you need it. If you need more than 2, then yes, you'll need a switch.
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Any recommendations of a main router that can handle a ton of throughput? Plan on 9tvs and 6 computers on wired gigabit and over 20 wifi devices. Tia
Build yourself your own pfsense router.
I went with this one: qotom-q355g4
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Any recommendations of a main router that can handle a ton of throughput? Plan on 9tvs and 6 computers on wired gigabit and over 20 wifi devices. Tia
ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Lite, can do 1M packets per second and should be less than $100.

I have never used the gateway in OP, but from what i can tell it is mostly to control unifi networks, and happens to be a router too. It is a product that doesn't have a good place, it is like they tried to make an all-in-one professional product that was easy for consumers to use.
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Can anyone that has this comment on the firewall throughput? My Meraki MX64 is capped at 250mb I think which kinda kills my gigabit WAN connection. I'd like to move to Ubiquiti, but can't seem to find a straight answer about firewall throughput performance as well as how well the security performs compared to Meraki.
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IMHO you will only get enough value from this device if you have or get more unifi devices to take advantage of the full "ecosystem".

(I'm a happy Unifi customer fully invested in this ecosystem, FWIW)
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Only a select few mikrotik routers can handle 1Gb routing, does anyone know if this thing will?

I have a 1Gb Comcast connection and I'm looking to replace my mikrotik. Only other option from mikrotik that will work is about $450 for the CCR1100.
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