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Newegg has Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-LITE Dual-Radio Access Point for $79.99 - $10 w/ promo code EMCBRBC36 = $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks D3alSniper
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$69.00 with promo code EMCBRBC36
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Wi-Fi Standards 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dimensions 160 x 160 x 31.45 mm (6.30 x 6.30 x 1.24")
802.11ac 6.5 Mbps to 867 Mbps (MCS0 - MCS9 NSS1/2, VHT 20/40/80)

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The Ubuiquiti products we've used here at our church have worked well for probably 4 years now - we have 4 throughout the campus that cover pretty nicely.
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Open-wrt site hacked for several months. Make sure you get a legit bin file for dd-wrt.
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no, this is not a 'consumer' router.
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I have the N version of this (I think) and love it. Performs better than my AC router in terms of coverage area and VoIP management.

Not sure even at this price if it is worth the upgrade for me, but very tempting...
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Nice price, I have a PRO but for smaller areas this could work nicely
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Good deal! But like other say if you can snag PROs for your setuo go that route
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The Ubuiquiti products we've used here at our church have worked well for probably 4 years now - we have 4 throughout the campus that cover pretty nicely.
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Great price! I bought one for $71 on Newegg Business last week and now it drops. That's the best price I've seen, thanks for the post!
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Love ubiquiti stuff, running 2 UAP-AC-LR (essentially same as LITE but 'modified' antenna for range) + edgerouter-x. Gives amazing range for a 3 story house.
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What would the benefit of 2 PRO devices be? I set up a PRO and 2 LITEs in my home, pro on main floor, lites in the far corners...Would I have gotten better performance using all PROs? I seem to recall my researched showed little to no reason not to go with the LITEs.
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Can you run DD-WRT with this?
no, this is not a 'consumer' router.
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Can you run DD-WRT with this?
Open-wrt site hacked for several months. Make sure you get a legit bin file for dd-wrt.
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What would the benefit of 2 PRO devices be? I set up a PRO and 2 LITEs in my home, pro on main floor, lites in the far corners...Would I have gotten better performance using all PROs? I seem to recall my researched showed little to no reason not to go with the LITEs.
PRO probably has better throughput and can handle more clients. although, if this is your house, you probably don't necessarily need all of the throughput/clients. if you're trying to increase coverage and decrease deadspots, you probably want more APs. would be better to do FOUR LITES vs 1 PRO + 2 LITES.
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PRO probably has better throughput and can handle more clients. although, if this is your house, you probably don't necessarily need all of the throughput/clients. if you're trying to increase coverage and decrease deadspots, you probably want more APs. would be better to do FOUR LITES vs 1 PRO + 2 LITES.
Makes sense. Thanks.
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