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Thanks, ordered 2.
Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are very costly. I have a Tenda AC7 router and that gets me wifi in every room of our 4 bedroom house and only cost £23 . If you have a bit of an hard to reach area you could always buy 2 of these as they can be set up as wifi repeaters. Can watch Netflix easily on more than one device at the same time too. Original signal is around 50Mb and the weakest signal in other parts of the house is 20Mb.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 3rd Oct
Good price for these. If you click the 3 pack option the price is £189.05 at checkout.
Edited by: "wrongmark" 3rd Oct
yorkie1203/10/2019 11:46

Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are …Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are very costly. I have a Tenda AC7 router and that gets me wifi in every room of our 4 bedroom house and only cost £23 . If you have a bit of an hard to reach area you could always buy 2 of these as they can be set up as wifi repeaters. Can watch Netflix easily on more than one device at the same time too. Original signal is around 50Mb and the weakest signal in other parts of the house is 20Mb.


There are cheaper mesh networks too (like Tenda MW3 I think) but the mesh ones eliminate black spots, you will find some routers can’t get everywhere. Our house is brick internal walls and Virgin’s hardware is totally useless in the next room but the Linksys Velops can cover the entire house now including the camera in the back garden and nursery.
plewis0003/10/2019 12:07

There are cheaper mesh networks too (like Tenda MW3 I think) but the mesh …There are cheaper mesh networks too (like Tenda MW3 I think) but the mesh ones eliminate black spots, you will find some routers can’t get everywhere. Our house is brick internal walls and Virgin’s hardware is totally useless in the next room but the Linksys Velops can cover the entire house now including the camera in the back garden and nursery.


The Tenda manages to get through the old outer wall too into our extension. Forgot to mention we don't have broadband of our own , beam it over from the in-laws about 150m from us using TP-Link CPE210 . The Tenda AC7 is set up as a repeater for their signal ( Virgin 200Mb).
Getting ready for the new model? As Google's hardware event is next week
deeman18003/10/2019 12:21

Getting ready for the new model? As Google's hardware event is next week


Yes
yorkie1203/10/2019 11:46

Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are …Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are very costly. I have a Tenda AC7 router and that gets me wifi in every room of our 4 bedroom house and only cost £23 . If you have a bit of an hard to reach area you could always buy 2 of these as they can be set up as wifi repeaters. Can watch Netflix easily on more than one device at the same time too. Original signal is around 50Mb and the weakest signal in other parts of the house is 20Mb.


Yes - I can understand them on a massive house with stone walls, but I'm sure a lot of people's trouble with normal routers is that they have not got them setup correctly and they are clashing with their neighbours ones on the same frequency? When I look at the ones local to me on my app there are 6 or 7 clashing on the same frequency.
yorkie1203/10/2019 11:46

Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are …Don't understand the advantage of these 'Mesh' type systems as they are very costly. I have a Tenda AC7 router and that gets me wifi in every room of our 4 bedroom house and only cost £23 . If you have a bit of an hard to reach area you could always buy 2 of these as they can be set up as wifi repeaters. Can watch Netflix easily on more than one device at the same time too. Original signal is around 50Mb and the weakest signal in other parts of the house is 20Mb.


You would need at very least three or its not really a mesh . I think some of the more expensive models have a dedicated 5ghz radio for the mesh link rather than sharing the same 5ghz transceiver between the 5ghz connection to your wifi devices and the back haul, so not to slow down and create lag as a cheap repeater might.

I use mesh protocol to link a couple of routers simply because it was the easiest wifi link to set up on my routers.
Dragon3203/10/2019 15:18

Yes - I can understand them on a massive house with stone walls, but I'm …Yes - I can understand them on a massive house with stone walls, but I'm sure a lot of people's trouble with normal routers is that they have not got them setup correctly and they are clashing with their neighbours ones on the same frequency? When I look at the ones local to me on my app there are 6 or 7 clashing on the same frequency.


I was regularly having trouble with clashing wifi, mainly with my next door neighbour, they appear to have 3 Sky mesh devices set to automatically choose channel, and were frequently choosing an overlapping one to mine.

I got fed up of changing channel, and set the router to stay on maximum permitted power, their routers tend to stay off the overlapping channels now.

I think my router's power saving was fooling the sky devices into choosing clashing frequencies.
deeman18003/10/2019 12:21

Getting ready for the new model? As Google's hardware event is next week


It's on the 15th which is the week after actually
plewis0003/10/2019 12:07

There are cheaper mesh networks too (like Tenda MW3 I think) but the mesh …There are cheaper mesh networks too (like Tenda MW3 I think) but the mesh ones eliminate black spots, you will find some routers can’t get everywhere. Our house is brick internal walls and Virgin’s hardware is totally useless in the next room but the Linksys Velops can cover the entire house now including the camera in the back garden and nursery.


I have virgin business router the signal is very bad wha can you recommend thanks
Dragon3203/10/2019 15:18

Yes - I can understand them on a massive house with stone walls, but I'm …Yes - I can understand them on a massive house with stone walls, but I'm sure a lot of people's trouble with normal routers is that they have not got them setup correctly and they are clashing with their neighbours ones on the same frequency? When I look at the ones local to me on my app there are 6 or 7 clashing on the same frequency.


The Virgin Media Hub 3 is terrible, I get no/weak signal in various parts of the house. Certainly no where near the 350Mb speed I get via ethernet.
aal11804/10/2019 09:05

I have virgin business router the signal is very bad wha can you …I have virgin business router the signal is very bad wha can you recommend thanks


Virtually any router is better than that POS they supply - a mid-range TP-Link from Argos is better for example, but if you have a big office or house think about a mesh network with backhaul ethernet.
Gormond04/10/2019 09:10

The Virgin Media Hub 3 is terrible, I get no/weak signal in various parts …The Virgin Media Hub 3 is terrible, I get no/weak signal in various parts of the house. Certainly no where near the 350Mb speed I get via ethernet.


I know, but that's the Virgin Media hub.

I swapped mine out for a fairly decent router (think it was still only £80 or something on a deal a few years ago, but a hell of a lot better than the Virgin hub).

Just wondring what you need 350meg for as I only pay for the 80meg in our house, but always get the full 80meg and there are 4 of us that sometimes are streaming at once with no issues (no buffering)?
Dragon3204/10/2019 11:23

I know, but that's the Virgin Media hub.I swapped mine out for a fairly …I know, but that's the Virgin Media hub.I swapped mine out for a fairly decent router (think it was still only £80 or something on a deal a few years ago, but a hell of a lot better than the Virgin hub).Just wondring what you need 350meg for as I only pay for the 80meg in our house, but always get the full 80meg and there are 4 of us that sometimes are streaming at once with no issues (no buffering)?


It takes 40mbit to stream a 4K Movie, add in some cloud CCTV, someone gaming. You'll soon consume 150mbit+..
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