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That's a shocking price to me for a Ubiquiti device. I'm used to Ubiquiti gear being well made but really inexpensive for what you get.

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In that case....Xerox should own everything sold by Apple and Microsoft.

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Ubiquiti is very affordable for what you are getting. These are enterprise grade access points. Even at $299 they are much cheaper than Cisco, Aruba, Juniper, Xirrus,,,,,,,

Asus is a very good WiFi router. They may be in trouble for violating standards;

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-news/32170-netgear-suing-asus-for-wireless-hanky-panky

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An interesting tack by Asus, if true. Basically, hang the regs, let's make a router that will beat the pants off the competition and let the chips fall where they may. Almost an "easier to ask for forgiveness afterward than permission beforehand" approach. It's a gutsy move for sure.

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A coworker got that one and I got the AN (?) the same one that noControl spoke about on a BYOB podcast.  Great UI.

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Ubiquiti is very affordable for what you are getting. These are enterprise grade access points. Even at $299 they are much cheaper than Cisco, Aruba, Juniper, Xirrus,,,,,,,

Asus is a very good WiFi router. They may be in trouble for violating standards;

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-news/32170-netgear-suing-asus-for-wireless-hanky-panky

schoondoggy, Thats very true they are cheaper than Cisco, Aruba, Juniper. What I was saying is they have a place for enterprise, MultiPoint installation but we as home user can do better with products from company like Asus. I tested Ubiquiti Unifi Pro and I was not impressed, My throughput was almost cut in half from the performance of my Asus.

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schoondoggy, Thats very true they are cheaper than Cisco, Aruba, Juniper. What I was saying is they have a place for enterprise, MultiPoint installation but we as home user can do better with products from company like Asus. I tested Ubiquiti Unifi Pro and I was not impressed, My throughput was almost cut in half from the performance of my Asus.

 

Probably because Ubiquiti are following the rules ;)

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