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Author Topic: Best current WAP/Router for any consoles and Lab Gruppen amps these days  (Read 9697 times)

Jonathan Hole

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Didn't see a current / quick answer for this anywhere.

Curious what others are using for the latest/greatest ( not breaking the bank ! ) Router OR wireless access point ( WAP ) for basic iPad control of their consoles  ( Soundcraft Vi1 & family ) in my case. 

May even need one for wireless access to the Lake Processors in our Lab Gruppen amps.

Seems the market is flooded with options these days.

Any advise appreciated !

I have been using this TP Link outdoor 5G AP for the past couple years with great success. If I'm mixing from DL32/Core on iPad, which we do quite often at festivals, I use this on stage mounted in the backline to a tall lighting stand. I've mixed 250 feet out at FOH with no issues.  I chose the lighting stand as it's far smaller, lighter than using up a mic stand and goes taller.  If I'm mixing self provided larger gigs from my M32 at FOH, then I attach to our FOH router facing band so they can reliably adjust ears from their phones.  I have a POE switch and router mounted on a 1U shelf in our stage rack and POE injector mounted in the doghouse at FOH so ready when needed at either position.

https://www.tp-link.com/us/business-networking/outdoor-radio/cpe510/
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So for the AC Mesh is that the wall mount bracket screwed to a piece of L aluminum that's bolted to the top hat?

Yes.

I also defeated the locking latch to make it easy to remove for safer transit. 
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Yes.

I also defeated the locking latch to make it easy to remove for safer transit.

I reread the title to the thread.  Curious as to why people think in matters what devices they are connecting to.  IP is IP.

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What are the benefits of flashing to DD-WRT?
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I was trying to come up with something a bit more elegant that doesn't require a tool. I fabricated a slip bracket that bolts to a top hat, but it's pretty ugly. Tried velcro but that slips down the stand.

Guess I'll take the AP to the big orange store and see what I can find.

I posted my pic.
I used a chunk of angle aluminum to get the post mount screwed on and threaded a 1/4-20 hole. I then screwed a bolt down through the hole, set it on the top hat and use a wingnut to hold it. No tools needed.
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I posted my pic.
I used a chunk of angle aluminum to get the post mount screwed on and threaded a 1/4-20 hole. I then screwed a bolt down through the hole, set it on the top hat and use a wingnut to hold it. No tools needed.

That was in response to Russ' gaff tape suggestion. I appreciate the photo.
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