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TP-Link Deco E4 AC1200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (3-pack), £89.99 at Amazon
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TP-Link Deco E4 AC1200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (3-pack), £89.99 at Amazon

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  • Deco uses a system of units to achieve seamless whole-home Wi-Fi coverage — eliminate weak signal areas once and for all!
  • With advanced Deco Mesh Technology, units work together to form a unified network with a single network name. Devices automatically switch between Decos as you move through your home for the fastest possible speeds.
  • A Deco E4 three-pack delivers Wi-Fi to an area of up to 4,000 square feet (EU version). And if that’s not enough, simply add more Decos to the network anytime to increase coverage.
  • Deco E4 provides fast and stable connections with speeds of up to 1167 Mbps and works with the major internet service provider (ISP) and modem.
  • Deco can handle traffic from even the busiest of networks, providing lag-free connections for up to 100 devices.
  • Parental Controls limits online time and block inappropriate websites according to unique profiles created for each family member.
  • Setup is easier than ever with the Deco app there to walk you through every step.
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Not sure I’d mesh around with these
Bought this exact item a week ago. Reasonably satisfied but a bit less power than I expected. The units are 6 mtrs and 9 mtrs apart effectively in a line. The signal at the first unit is 45 mbps whereas it is 26 at the third unit. The only walls in between are plasterboard on stud partician. I expected a stronger signal.
Edited by: "Chris0609" 8th Feb
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Bought this exact item a week ago. Reasonably satisfied but a bit less power than I expected. The units are 6 mtrs and 9 mtrs apart effectively in a line. The signal at the first unit is 45 mbps whereas it is 26 at the third unit. The only walls in between are plasterboard on stud partician. I expected a stronger signal.
Edited by: "Chris0609" 8th Feb
Chris060908/02/2020 17:03

Bought this exact item a week ago. Reasonably satisfied but a bit less …Bought this exact item a week ago. Reasonably satisfied but a bit less power than I expected. The units are 6 mtrs and 9 mtrs apart effectively in a line. The signal at the first unit is 45 mbps whereas it is 26 at the third unit. The only walls in between are plasterboard on stud partician. I expected a stronger signal.


Yeah everytime it relays the signal it degrades. These work in the same way a wifi repeater works, the only difference the mesh network you can seamlessly switch without losing connection, but with a wifi repeater you get stuck on a single network and have to manually change..

If you want to get the full speed everywhere you need to backhaul by connecting every slave node with the parent node by ethernet cable
Edited by: "brendanhickey" 8th Feb
brendanhickey08/02/2020 17:41

Yeah everytime it relays the signal it degrades. These work in the same …Yeah everytime it relays the signal it degrades. These work in the same way a wifi repeater works, the only difference the mesh network you can seamlessly switch without losing connection, but with a wifi repeater you get stuck on a single network and have to manually change.. If you want to get the full speed everywhere you need to backhaul by connecting every slave node with the parent node by ethernet cable


Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.

I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.
Great bit of kit this ...
ninjin08/02/2020 18:01

Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a …Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.


I have the tenda mw6 and my parents have the deco m4 both are backhauled set up. We both get full speed everywhere in our house. I share my internet with my neighbour who lives in the next block of flats over, about 500m away, so the mw6 is definitely powerful, online professional tests other people have done say the deco is better. But in my opinion they are almost the same.

I like the tenda app better because you can see where everyone is connected easier and see what they are using.
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Deco app is more basic
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Both do pretty much the same thing. I think any of these two are good choices.
ninjin08/02/2020 18:01

Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a …Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.


I think the e4s here let you backhaul up to 100mbps whereas the very similar M4's backhaul 10 times faster at igb
ninjin08/02/2020 18:01

Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a …Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.


BT whole home WiFi discs allow ethernet backhaul, that's how mine are setup, they're AC2600 too, the trio refurb set comes up often for £99.
I replaced my multi Asus router mesh system with them.
Not sure I’d mesh around with these
Velop also allows Lan backhaul
Will these work with my Plusnet router?
I have these and use them instead of my Virgin Superhub. They’re brilliant for the price and the app is well coded too.
stephen127424/02/2020 17:27

I have these and use them instead of my Virgin Superhub. They’re brilliant …I have these and use them instead of my Virgin Superhub. They’re brilliant for the price and the app is well coded too.


Better signals up and downstairs? Do they have ports built in like the virgin hub?
wildswan24/02/2020 17:33

Better signals up and downstairs? Do they have ports built in like the …Better signals up and downstairs? Do they have ports built in like the virgin hub?


Massively better. No drop outs either like I used to get with the Virgin one. If I remember correctly it has one extra Ethernet port (the main one is used to connect to the Virgin hub)
stephen127424/02/2020 17:42

Massively better. No drop outs either like I used to get with the Virgin …Massively better. No drop outs either like I used to get with the Virgin one. If I remember correctly it has one extra Ethernet port (the main one is used to connect to the Virgin hub)


Cheers
I have these at home fantastic speed is exact same upstairs as it is downstairs anyone on here complaining about these probably have them on the floor or in a cabinet something stupid
Do they work with a 3 4g router
ninjin08/02/2020 18:01

Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a …Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.


Check out Ruckus and unifi products
karsenalfan24/02/2020 18:36

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Sounds confusing but they just meant does it with with a 3 (The network) 4G Router.
rye00724/02/2020 18:10

Do they work with a 3 4g router


Which router model? Does it have Ethernet ports that share the connection? If so you should be able to connect the Deco to the Ethernet port and use them that way.
codebee24/02/2020 18:57

Sounds confusing but they just meant does it with with a 3 (The network) …Sounds confusing but they just meant does it with with a 3 (The network) 4G Router. Which router model? Does it have Ethernet ports that share the connection? If so you should be able to connect the Deco to the Ethernet port and use them that way.


2 ethernet ports in each deco i think mines is e4 or something im not home to check but there great
It's haewai and it does have ethernet ports
Excellent deal. I pad £10 more for mine 5 months ago and they have been 100% stable and reliable since then. Not a single restart required.
rye00724/02/2020 19:02

It's haewai and it does have ethernet ports


Then should be able to share the connection to the Deco.
Be warned though this has "2* 10/100Mbps LAN/WAN Ports", not Gigabit so not great for faster connections
Nymins24/02/2020 19:21

Be warned though this has "2* 10/100Mbps LAN/WAN Ports", not Gigabit so …Be warned though this has "2* 10/100Mbps LAN/WAN Ports", not Gigabit so not great for faster connections


I found a way around this by purchasing a singular M4 model which does have gigabit Ethernet. I appreciate that’s an extra cost, but for most people the 10/100 will be satisfactory and for those looking for a gigabit connection without the full cost of an M4 set adding a singular unit is quite cost effective.
These look huge compared to the discs, is there any difference?
Hi. Got 3 black bt wifi discs but won't connect to my Vodafone broadband. Any suggestions please. Thanks.
ninjin08/02/2020 18:01

Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a …Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.


These systems let you backhaul e4 to 100 m4 to 1000 mbps
This is a plaster for a bullet wound. Data extensions are the only answer
ninjin08/02/2020 18:01

Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a …Which mesh systems let me do a wired back haul? Would like to give them a try.I have ethernet pre-wired around the home, so back haul is not a problem. I was fed up of having to switch wireless networks so got the BT Mesh which I find slow in comparison to the 2 router set up I had before.


You should be able to use a LAN backhaul on these units, just connect them with wire to a router.
This is the best thing ever!! I have had a problem for over a year now where I needed a WiFi signal in my garage for a ring floodlight camera
bawbagus08/02/2020 21:07

BT whole home WiFi discs allow ethernet backhaul, that's how mine are …BT whole home WiFi discs allow ethernet backhaul, that's how mine are setup, they're AC2600 too, the trio refurb set comes up often for £99.I replaced my multi Asus router mesh system with them.


I currently got the BT mini discs and they don't do backhaul. The mini discs I have are rather rubbish, so I don't dare try the full size bt.

I'm going to give buy these deco and see what improvement I get.
Bought these. Having had wifi extenders, I was getting a very unreliable 10mb. Set these up in about 10 mins, now have a very stable 50+mb. Massive improvement.
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