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Tenda MW3 Nova Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh Router System - 3 Pack for £53 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Tenda MW3 Nova Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh Router System - 3 Pack for £53 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Posted 28th JanEdited by:"Brutes"

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Tenda MW3 Nova Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh Router System - 3 Pack
General
  • Device Type Wi-Fi system - mesh
  • Wi-Fi System Components 3 routers
  • Wi-Fi System Coverage Up to 300 sq.m
  • Enclosure Type Desktop
  • Connectivity Technology Wireless, wired
  • Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac
  • Frequency Band 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz
  • Network / Transport Protocol PPPoE, DHCP
  • Encryption Algorithm WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
  • Mesh Networking Yes
Features
  • Firewall protection, parental control, Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) support, Quality of Service (QoS), IPSec passthrough, port forwarding, wireless bridge mode, PPTP passthrough, L2TP passthrough, MU-MIMO technology, beamforming technology
  • Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11r, IEEE 802.11v, FCC, RoHS
  • Expansion / Connectivity Interfaces WAN / LAN: 2 x 10Base-T/100
  • Base-TX/1000 Base-T - RJ-45
  • Aerial AerialInternal Antenna Qty2 Gain Level3 dBi
  • Power: Power Device External power adapter Installed Qty 3 Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V
  • Miscellaneous Cables Included 1 x network cable
  • Software / System Requirements OS Require dAndroid 4.0 or later, Apple iOS 8.0 or higher
  • Dimensions & Weight Width 9 cm Depth 9 cmHeight 9 cm
  • Environmental Parameters Min Operating Temperature0 °CMax Operating Temperature40 °CHumidity Range Operating10 - 90% (non-condensing)
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Nice.
Anyone knowing you can connect this after your (Asus) Router?
So Virgin Modem Mode => Asus Router => Tenda M3 Nodes
One of the nodes must be connected to your router via ethernet cable. You then have the option of either
1.turning off wifi at your router (because the node that connects to it is close by and so router wifi is redundant) or
2. leaving wifi on at the router (same OR different wifi network as the M3 nodes) if the node that is connected to the router via ethernet is not close by (e.g. long ethernet cable or you use homeplugs...)
Edited by: "Musicrab" 28th Jan
Nayno28/01/2020 10:23

Nice. Anyone knowing you can connect this after your (Asus) Router?So …Nice. Anyone knowing you can connect this after your (Asus) Router?So Virgin Modem Mode => Asus Router => Tenda M3 Nodes


Put the Tenda kit in Bridge mode, that way your Asus router will handel routing/addressing.
Nice. Thanks for suggestion musicrab and freakstyler.
Essentially I do want to turn off wifi on the asus and have tenda control wifi. But I want the Asus router to manage all connection and forwarding and functions as its feature rich. 1 Tenda can be hardwired to Asus and the others dotted around the house.
Assume the 1st Tenda unit must be setup as a bridge and the other nodes connect to it.
I bought these last year and I have to say they're pretty damn good, nice wifi coverage throughout the house and garage
Thinking about getting a set of these to improve the wifi upstairs in the office, unsure whether to get this or just get an extender. Not sure if its worth buying from Amazon as they accept returns rather easily if they didn't do the job, not sure how Ebuyer are with opened returns
Despite being a Prime Member Amazon want £40 delivery on these to the Republic of Ireland
I've had this kit for about 6 months now, I have them set up in bridge mode with the main unit connected to my Virgin Hub3, I've turned the wifi off on the virgin hub but kept it doing the routing, this is because I have a 50m cable running off down the garden to an outbuilding that I wanted to keep in place (not sure if the mesh would reach distance required for a stable connection) and another running off to my Gaming PC.

The system does a good job of keeping all my smart home devices connected and I've had significantly less complaints from the kids about their consoles losing wifi or suffering from lag. I'm sure there are better kits available and this one is not perfect but for the money does the job it's designed for pretty well and has some great features through the phone app like restricting access to certain devices.
gerrykiddy28/01/2020 12:00

Despite being a Prime Member Amazon want £40 delivery on these to the …Despite being a Prime Member Amazon want £40 delivery on these to the Republic of Ireland


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gerrykiddy28/01/2020 12:00

Despite being a Prime Member Amazon want £40 delivery on these to the …Despite being a Prime Member Amazon want £40 delivery on these to the Republic of Ireland


Do you have Currys there? UK website suggested they'd price match this:

We'll price match any product against any other retailer, online or in store. We’ll also match discount codes

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Bought yesterday from currys. Decent bit of kit 🏼
hallanthony28/01/2020 11:40

Thinking about getting a set of these to improve the wifi upstairs in the …Thinking about getting a set of these to improve the wifi upstairs in the office, unsure whether to get this or just get an extender. Not sure if its worth buying from Amazon as they accept returns rather easily if they didn't do the job, not sure how Ebuyer are with opened returns



the beauty of these is when you walk around the house its seamless from 1 to another, if you use an extender you'll have to log in from one to the next as they'll use different ssid/passwords, i also found these to have a much better range than the extender we used b4
irradiated28/01/2020 17:54

the beauty of these is when you walk around the house its seamless from 1 …the beauty of these is when you walk around the house its seamless from 1 to another, if you use an extender you'll have to log in from one to the next as they'll use different ssid/passwords, i also found these to have a much better range than the extender we used b4


You can set extenders to the same SSID and Password as the Host/Router.

Your device should then manage the connectivity itself and connect to whatever has the strongest connection
Gone up in price to £65.55
Gary_Dexter28/01/2020 18:48

You can set extenders to the same SSID and Password as the Host/Router. …You can set extenders to the same SSID and Password as the Host/Router. Your device should then manage the connectivity itself and connect to whatever has the strongest connection



but it drops out first and then connects or at least mine did so if your using wifi calling it can be an issue
maybe theres a way around it if you already have them and dont want to buy anything else but with these mesh systems you dont need a way around it, it just works
Edited by: "irradiated" 29th Jan
irradiated29/01/2020 16:24

but it drops out first and then connects or at least mine did so if your …but it drops out first and then connects or at least mine did so if your using wifi calling it can be an issuemaybe theres a way around it if you already have them and dont want to buy anything else but with these mesh systems you dont need a way around it, it just works


I can't say that mine drops any connections or wifi calls - they seem to stay connected when wandering between the two.
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