Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi System, Pack of 2 - Costco Online
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Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi System, Pack of 2 - Costco Online

£199.99costco Deals
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Found 26th Jul
£350 rrp, £280 on Amazon

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Linksys Velop is a high-performing modular Wi-Fi mesh system of nodes built to provide exceptional Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. It sets up in minutes and delivers a flawless, ultra-fast, full-strength signal.

Featuring Dynamic Tri-band technology, Velop outperforms the competition by providing faster speeds through its combination of three Wi-Fi radios, each tuned for optimal Wi-Fi load balancing to ensure peak Wi-Fi performance throughout the home. Whether you're streaming 4K content, gaming, or video chatting, Velop delivers exceptionally fast Wi-Fi to ensure optimal performance even when multiple Wi-Fi devices are connected.

Velop's modular design performs well within every home type, situation, and footprint. Each Velop node is a powerful Tri-Band connection point providing additional Wi-Fi coverage.

Velop is designed for high-performance Wi-Fi. Each Velop features a beautiful, sleek design that can be placed in open spaces, and away from obstructions to provide the best in-home Wi-Fi experience.

Compact in size, Velop is easy to place throughout the home. Its tower design supports vertical antenna placement, which enhances Wi-Fi dispersion throughout your home. Additionally, Velop features a cable management system designed to hide connected cables and keep your home clutter-free.

With the Linksys App, you can closely monitor and manage your home Wi-Fi remotely using a smartphone or tablet.

Features:

  • Fast and easy guided setup using the Linksys App
  • Tri-band technology that delivers the fastest combined Wi-Fi speeds to more decives
  • Use the Linksys app to monitor and control your home Wi-Fi from anywhere
  • Each node adds additional Wi-Fi coverage
  • Transfer data 10 times faster than Fast Ethernet, ensuring high speed connectivity for wired devices
  • Schedule kids' time online and manage their online activity from anywhere via the Linksys App
  • Create a guest network with a unique password
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I got the Netgear Orbi and returned they weee awful this any better
wakkaday13 m ago

I got the Netgear Orbi and returned they weee awful this any better


I had these and returned them to Amazon. The routing was all to
A physically connected device in one mode, via a switch. Showed as being routed via the furthest away node. Even though the switch was connected to the primary node.
Also the ‘Mesh’ didn’t work to well for me and that was with 2 out of 3 hard wired.

Now using a pair of Ubiquiti Lite APs and they are rock solid, with far better coverage.
Oneday779 m ago

I had these and returned them to Amazon. The routing was all to A …I had these and returned them to Amazon. The routing was all to A physically connected device in one mode, via a switch. Showed as being routed via the furthest away node. Even though the switch was connected to the primary node. Also the ‘Mesh’ didn’t work to well for me and that was with 2 out of 3 hard wired. Now using a pair of Ubiquiti Lite APs and they are rock solid, with far better coverage.


With ap you need a cable Ethernet running right ?
wakkaday8 m ago

With ap you need a cable Ethernet running right ?



Yes, though I'm wired Cat5 in the house, so forgot that minor detail

it would also owrk with powerline too.
Hmm I got power lines with Ethernet not sure if the ubiquity would
Make a difference . Let me
Research
wakkaday1 h, 47 m ago

Hmm I got power lines with Ethernet not sure if the ubiquity wouldMake a …Hmm I got power lines with Ethernet not sure if the ubiquity wouldMake a difference . Let meResearch


I've had BT HH5, BT HH6, Sky Router, Netgear R7000 (as AP) & R8000 Nighthawks, Tp-Link Deco M5, Linksys Velop and now Ubiquiti.
While I'm sure there are other products as good, the Ubiquiti setup is the only sound setup I've had.
I’ve had these running at home for nearly a year now. Get great performance throughout my house with these. I’ve used in both bridged mode and router mode (Billion 8800NL on router/modem mode).
Oneday777 h, 13 m ago

I've had BT HH5, BT HH6, Sky Router, Netgear R7000 (as AP) & R8000 …I've had BT HH5, BT HH6, Sky Router, Netgear R7000 (as AP) & R8000 Nighthawks, Tp-Link Deco M5, Linksys Velop and now Ubiquiti.While I'm sure there are other products as good, the Ubiquiti setup is the only sound setup I've had.


Which of the ubiquiti did you go for?
gwapenut22 m ago

Which of the ubiquiti did you go for?


I’ve gone a bit OTT. Started with 2 UAP-AC lites, using iOS app to set them up. Then installed the controller software on my PC a week later for more control.
Now I have the Universal Security Gateway and UniFi Controller, 2 Lite APs. Along with an 8-Port Linksys PoE switch to power everything and a Draytek Vigor Modem.

The 2 APs worked fine but I went all into eliminate power cables and the ISP modems.
How did you find the range on a single UAP-AC lite versus the HH5 or HH6? (My only frame of reference!)
gwapenut4 m ago

How did you find the range on a single UAP-AC lite versus the HH5 or HH6? …How did you find the range on a single UAP-AC lite versus the HH5 or HH6? (My only frame of reference!)


HH6 was giving single ‘bar’ in some rooms. Patchy coverage in the garden.
Now I have full strength in all rooms and garden coverage. (Smart plug for outdoor lights)
If I want better in the garden I’ll get an LR which has greater reach.

Each AP is at opposing ends of the house, though both on rear side. Front garden suffers a bit because of it but the frequent use areas have the coverage.
My understanding is that each Ubi access point is only really as strong as the best of other routers such as HH6, but that they are one of the few providers who have got the weak signal handover right between multiple access points, so that adding more access points actually works?
gwapenut1 m ago

My understanding is that each Ubi access point is only really as strong as …My understanding is that each Ubi access point is only really as strong as the best of other routers such as HH6, but that they are one of the few providers who have got the weak signal handover right between multiple access points, so that adding more access points actually works?


I just know it works and leave the Voodoo to the product designers.
What's the speed/throughput like with the LRs?
Not sure how these compare to the tenda MW3 setup...but I got a pack of 3 of them last week for £90 on Amazon and they are incredibe! Wiped out 3 blackspots and internet seems much more responsive.
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