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Thanks. Been waiting for a price drop on the ER4. Better processor than the ERX and also rackmount ears. Plus, internal powersupply. So no power brick to deal with on the rack.
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Well already had the lite version and now I got this.

Another slickdeals impulse buy!
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thanks
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If only I had $140 lying around, been waiting months for this to drop! Frown
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eth0 and eth1 is more than sufficient, what is the use of other ports? Don't you think lite will be fine or does this have a better processor?
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1 x 1 Gbps SFP Port

So the SFP port doesn't support 2Gb or 4Gb SFP modules?
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1 x 1 Gbps SFP Port

So the SFP port doesn't support 2Gb or 4Gb SFP modules?
You may be mistaken, 2 and 4GB fiber transceivers are used for fibre channel storage solutions, not Ethernet.
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eth0 and eth1 is more than sufficient, what is the use of other ports? Don't you think lite will be fine or does this have a better processor?

Extra nics for seperated networks. For example I use one for IoT devices.
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eth0 and eth1 is more than sufficient, what is the use of other ports? Don't you think lite will be fine or does this have a better processor?
It has 4x1ghz vs the lite at 2x500mhz

I was mostly interested in the rack mountings.

Plus I hope it can handle vpn better as the more cpu should improve encryption. Also should help QOS if you want to enable.

But I might be wrong because I don't know real world experience with this. Just noticed the lite vs goes from 1gbps to 30-40mbps when you enable inspection or other features.

https://www.ubnt.com/edgemax/comparison/
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Thanks. Been waiting for a price drop on the ER4. Better processor than the ERX and also rackmount ears. Plus, internal powersupply. So no power brick to deal with on the rack.
It doesn't come with rackmount ears you have to buy a special rack mount adapter.
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It has 4x1ghz vs the lite at 2x500mhz

I was mostly interested in the rack mountings.

Plus I hope it can handle vpn better as the more cpu should improve encryption. Also should help QOS if you want to enable.

But I might be wrong because I don't know real world experience with this. Just noticed the lite vs goes from 1gbps to 30-40mbps when you enable inspection or other features.

https://www.ubnt.com/edgemax/comparison/
With smart queue enabled the most throughput I get is about 500 megabits
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I'm considering upgrading from my current setup, which is the T-mobile AC1900. I'm already planning on picking up at least one or two Unifi APs when they go on sale, but not sure about the router piece.

What would I gain upgrading to this router? Would I lose anything? (Like being able to use the Asus DDNS service for example)?

Also, this vs the USG?
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Out of stock.
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Extra nics for seperated networks. For example I use one for IoT devices.
For what it's worth you can do that with vlans. I have 3 vlans running through one eth1 on my lite, main, IoT and guest.

For anyone without a networking background I recommend Crosstalk Solutions and Lawrence Systems on youtube for helpful videos.
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