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Author Topic: Mesh Access Point for Dummies  (Read 1401 times)

Rob Spence

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Re: Mesh Access Point for Dummies
« Reply #30 on: January 29, 2020, 11:59:17 am »

Well, the answers are here. Like the X Files, the truth is out there.  And the reality is that you don't need a Mesh, you need a decent WAP.  Use fixed IP addresses and the EnGenius ENS500ext or it's current equivalent.  5gHz, very good range if you put it up on a speaker or mic stand and get it overhead.  Simpler to configure than any of the Ubiquity Networks gear.

I agree he doesn’t need the mesh function but just using it as a single WAP makes the learning worthwhile.
It is powered via POE
It mounts nice for a tall stand
It is weather proof

Just my $0.02
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Re: Mesh Access Point for Dummies
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