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    Misco offer - NETGEAR ProSafe WMS5316 Wireless LAN Controller with 2 x WNDAP350 Wirel


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    Netgear wireless isn't exactly the best out there, but for that price it would be good to cover a small area.

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    This is what I was thinking... We do not have any wifi yet ... just few access points... thinking of going for cheap managed WiFi and for the price this looks really good.....

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    Look at unifi in that case.

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    Yes Unifi is cheaper than that and infinitely expandable.

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    Please explain? unifi ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesreedersmith View Post
    Yes Unifi is cheaper than that and infinitely expandable.

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    Search the forums but Ubiquiti Unifi - google it!

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    unifi is a webbroswer based back end, which can be accessed and adjusted from anywhere, and you dont pay for licencing the APs, you pay for the APs and the backend software. Need more APs, just buy them, no need to worry about licencing them to your system.

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    I agree with everyone else, go for Unifi, we had a terrible experience with Netgear, when we swapped it to Unifi it was better. We've gone to ruckus now but can't speak highly enough of the Unifi kit.

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