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Linksys Wireless Access Point LAPAC1200 £47.99 @ Viking Direct
Linksys Wireless Access Point LAPAC1200 £47.99 @ Viking Direct

Linksys Wireless Access Point LAPAC1200 £47.99 @ Viking Direct

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Came across this Linksys WAP device which has dropped down to £47.99. This same device is £100+ from other retail websites.

2.4 GHz & 5 GHz, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 802.3/u/3at, PoE, 17 VLANs
For a strong wireless network

Infact there are 3 Linksys WAP`s all heavily discounted or mispriced. see link
viking-direct.co.uk/cat…;N=

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Good spot op..

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Need to grab as much before the storm strikes


Edited by: "vassy1" 22nd Dec 2016

Think you can also get cashback from Quidco (5.5%) or Topcashback (8%).
Hmm tempted to buy one to see how it compares to a Unifi AC.

well...

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Heat added Frankus X)

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maccy1

well...Heat added Frankus X)



Cheers Mac X)

Frank30uk

Cheers Mac X)



Are you sure? X)

good find frank, heat added

maccy1

Are you sure? X)


Are you windows based?

Would this solve my dreadful virginmedia superhub 2 WiFi drops and and improve coverage throughout the house?

some people seem to have had issues connecting android devices to it, from the reviews on amazon.
no idea if thats been sorted out now

vassy4u

Are you windows based?



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ive ordered one not that i need it but its a cracking bargain

The 1750 higher speed version is also good value at £84 must be a price drop overall

nzadok

Would this solve my dreadful virginmedia superhub 2 WiFi drops and and … Would this solve my dreadful virginmedia superhub 2 WiFi drops and and improve coverage throughout the house?



You could use a different router and just have the Superhub as a modem

Installed three of these at an office - nothing but hassle.

sJohnson23

Installed three of these at an office - nothing but hassle.


Is it that bad?

friendlyfire321

You could use a different router and just have the Superhub as a modem



​I'm doing this at the moment with a fairly basic router running dd-wrt but the range and speed aren't the best and I'm not able to use 5Ghz, although it doesn't drop the WiFi. I reckon this might work out better, think I'll try it out

bednim

Is it that bad?



Yup. I've tried the latest firmware, old firmwares, setup from fresh again and again. Just anguish. Avoid!

Had Linksys still been owned by Cisco I might have purchased but I'm just a bit sceptical of the parent brand Belkin. Good price though!
Edited by: "SuperLayzee" 22nd Dec 2016

sJohnson23

Yup. I've tried the latest firmware, old firmwares, setup from fresh … Yup. I've tried the latest firmware, old firmwares, setup from fresh again and again. Just anguish. Avoid!


Thanks, I'll pass on this one then!

SuperLayzee

Had Linksys still been owned by Cisco I might have purchased but I'm just … Had Linksys still been owned by Cisco I might have purchased but I'm just a bit sceptical of the parent brand Belkin. Good price though!



That's is what got me thinking. This WAP is suppose to be business grade but ties with Belkin just screams of dumbing down consumer grade stock. Gotta admit though, quite a big drop in price unless it was never at that price point in the first place.

nzadok

Would this solve my dreadful virginmedia superhub 2 WiFi drops and and … Would this solve my dreadful virginmedia superhub 2 WiFi drops and and improve coverage throughout the house?



​I ordered this product on Amazon a month back at around £70 in hope it would solve my issues with drop outs.
I live in a victorian terrace and unfortunately it made little difference....

mbd

​I ordered this product on Amazon a month back at around £70 in hope it wo … ​I ordered this product on Amazon a month back at around £70 in hope it would solve my issues with drop outs.I live in a victorian terrace and unfortunately it made little difference....



If you have issues with WiFi in a big and/or old house, and you don't want to run Ethernet under your floorboards, then powerline with WiFi is the best solution I have found. I use the Devolo dLAN 120, but there are other brands, some cheaper. The investment is worth it to save all the headaches from poor wifi and buffering from streaming from my server to my TV room

mbd

​I ordered this product on Amazon a month back at around £70 in hope it wo … ​I ordered this product on Amazon a month back at around £70 in hope it would solve my issues with drop outs.I live in a victorian terrace and unfortunately it made little difference....



You need more than one of these types of deals for that kind of house. I'd be looking at a proper Unifi setup if I was you.

Linksys? No thanks I'd rather run around with cables

Ultimately you need to get Ethernet cables routed to the weak areas of a house. Only reliable solution. Then use some unifi AP's. V impressed with them so far

OOS on the 2nd link but the main link still works?
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 24th Dec 2016

Got a call to say my order has been cancelled as they have been "discontinued"

fat2fit

If you have issues with WiFi in a big and/or old house, and you don't … If you have issues with WiFi in a big and/or old house, and you don't want to run Ethernet under your floorboards, then powerline with WiFi is the best solution I have found. I use the Devolo dLAN 120, but there are other brands, some cheaper. The investment is worth it to save all the headaches from poor wifi and buffering from streaming from my server to my TV room



​Have the latest netgear 2000mbps mimo plugs and unfortunately even in the same location as the AP (maybe 40meters away from router) I got only 60mbps....
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