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Prime Members: TP-Link EAP245 V3 Wireless AC1750 MU-MIMO Gigabit Access Point EXPIRED

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Good deal. These things are rock solid and have great range. I've been running them at home without issue.
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Great AP, I have 2 v1's and last week I bought this v3 (damn newegg, should've' have waited). Works great, easy to set up (provided that you have some IT knowledge), range is awesome. Consistent 400+mbps throughput from my ISP.
Would buy again anytime.
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This is a great price, especially for v3.

These compete very well with the Ubiquity AC-Pro access points. The one gripe about them is their firmware isn't updated very often. They just released a new firmware in July '19, but the previous (original) firmware was dated Dec '18, so it took them 7 months to get their first update released.
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Price isn't showing up for me at checkout
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Price isn't showing up for me at checkout
Price worked for me, just picked up 2.
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Would this be a good fit for a mesh network? TIA
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Can I just plug this into my router and then set it up for longer range in my home?
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Good deal. These things are rock solid and have great range. I've been running them at home without issue.
Except not all old 2.4ghz devices no always likey for some reason

Otherwise they are great esp in an all AC or at least an all 5ghz environment

It could be due to some of the more advanced features im using on the omada controller but the 2.4ghz issue is widely well known
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Except not all old 2.4ghz devices no always likey for some reason

Otherwise they are great esp in an all AC or at least an all 5ghz environment

It could be due to some of the more advanced features im using on the omada controller but the 2.4ghz issue is widely well known
New firmware released 7/9/2019 addresses the 2.4ghz disconnection issue.

From the release notes:
Bug Fixed:
1. Fixed the bug that the client rate limit doesn't take effect under batch configuration.
2. Fixed the bug that clients cannot access tplinkeap.net in a mixed network of IPv4 and IPv6.
3. Fixed the bug that clients maybe disconnected when enabling Airtime Fairness in 2.4G frequency.
4. Fixed the bug that some SSIDs cannot broadcast when restoring the configuration on the Controller
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I been looking for Access point for a while and this is the first time came across TP-LINK. How is this compared to Ubiquiti NANO HD and also is this a really good deal or its better to wait until Black friday?
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Except not all old 2.4ghz devices no always likey for some reason

Otherwise they are great esp in an all AC or at least an all 5ghz environment

It could be due to some of the more advanced features im using on the omada controller but the 2.4ghz issue is widely well known
Never heard about that 2.4ghz issue and I had 25+ devices without any issue on 2.4ghz.
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Can I just plug this into my router and then set it up for longer range in my home?
Itll show as a separate wifi.
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