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This EdgeRouter features 5x RJ45 Gigabit Ports w/ passive PoE pass-through option.

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These aren't bad little devices. I've had one for a few years now and its been pretty solid; however, they are getting pretty dated. I'd probably splurge for an ER-4 if you want to get in the edgerouter line. If you want to get into the usg line I'd probably wait for them to refresh the usg line with maybe the usg-hd-4 or whatever ends up coming out.
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No this device doesn't have PoE at all. It simply can do PoE passthrough on port 5 but you have to feed it with either a PoE switch or a PoE injector.
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The 256 mb of storage sold me.
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Can all 5 ports be used as poe?
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These aren't bad little devices. I've had one for a few years now and its been pretty solid; however, they are getting pretty dated. I'd probably splurge for an ER-4 if you want to get in the edgerouter line. If you want to get into the usg line I'd probably wait for them to refresh the usg line with maybe the usg-hd-4 or whatever ends up coming out.
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Can all 5 ports be used as poe?
No this device doesn't have PoE at all. It simply can do PoE passthrough on port 5 but you have to feed it with either a PoE switch or a PoE injector.
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No this device doesn't have PoE at all. It simply can do PoE passthrough on port 5 but you have to feed it with either a PoE switch or a PoE injector.
Ah okay. Thank you Nathan.
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No this device doesn't have PoE at all. It simply can do PoE passthrough on port 5 but you have to feed it with either a PoE switch or a PoE injector.
If you use a larger power supply it'll work. I use this one, enabling "passthrough" powers my AC Lite.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00L9PCJF4

These things accept 12v or 24v adapters. There's posts all over about it, not sure why they ship the edgerouter x with such a small power supply. Buying a bigger one beats using the large poe injector, that's for sure.
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Replaced my AC68U with this and a UAC-AP-PRO. Very happy with the performance increase. I pull about 20mb/s faster on the download side with this particular setup. 0 need for reboots since I setup the new system.

If you do purchase this, make sure updating the firmware is the first thing you do. It will make setup much easier.
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Sorry this is a technical question about this device so if anyone can help thanks in advance. I'm trying to use this as my router for my new build house. I have a structured wiring panel in the laundry room where I have everything going to. Every room has one ethernet port including my den. I have my cable modem > Edgerouter > switch which then splits to every room. Problem is I don't have wireless. I have an Asus RT-AC66U wireless router that I'd like to connect to to the den ethernet port and then have it spit out the wireless signal from there. I've looked up videos on YouTube about how to hook up two routers but I guess I'm not doing something right because it doesn't work. If anyone has one of these and has done something similar to what I would like to do any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Sorry this is a technical question about this device so if anyone can help thanks in advance. I'm trying to use this as my router for my new build house. I have a structured wiring panel in the laundry room where I have everything going to. Every room has one ethernet port including my den. I have my cable modem > Edgerouter > switch which then splits to every room. Problem is I don't have wireless. I have an Asus RT-AC66U wireless router that I'd like to connect to to the den ethernet port and then have it spit out the wireless signal from there. I've looked up videos on YouTube about how to hook up two routers but I guess I'm not doing something right because it doesn't work. If anyone has one of these and has done something similar to what I would like to do any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
You need to run the ASUS router in AP-mode.
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Sorry this is a technical question about this device so if anyone can help thanks in advance. I'm trying to use this as my router for my new build house. I have a structured wiring panel in the laundry room where I have everything going to. Every room has one ethernet port including my den. I have my cable modem > Edgerouter > switch which then splits to every room. Problem is I don't have wireless. I have an Asus RT-AC66U wireless router that I'd like to connect to to the den ethernet port and then have it spit out the wireless signal from there. I've looked up videos on YouTube about how to hook up two routers but I guess I'm not doing something right because it doesn't work. If anyone has one of these and has done something similar to what I would like to do any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

Just put the Asus RT-AC66U in AP mode and you should be good to go. This will turn off the routing portion of the Asus and just pass the traffic to the Ubiquiti
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Can we talk about the mushroom in the room... What is it for?
It's shown with an access point connected by POE passthough, this is really it's intended purpose although the AP is not included.
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