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TP-Link DECO M4 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System - 3 Pack £92.65 delivered with code @ ebay hughes-electrical

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The TP LINK DECO M4 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System helps to deliver a fast and stable WiFi connection to every corner of your home.

The TP-Link Deco M4 uses Mesh technology to help cover your entire home in powerful WiFi the 3 units work seamlessly work together to create a home network like nothing youve experienced before. Deco M4 is the simplest way to guarantee a strong Wi-Fi signal in every corner of your home up to 4000 square feet (3-pack). Wireless connections and optional Ethernet backhaul work together to link Deco units providing even faster network speeds and truly seamless coverage. Want more coverage? Simply add another Deco.

TP-Link Mesh means Deco units work together to form one unified network. Your phone or tablet automatically connects to the fastest Deco as you move through your home creating a truly seamless Wi-Fi experience. Network speeds three times faster than previous generation routers thanks to 802.11ac wireless technology make Deco capable of providing a lag-free connection to up to 100 devices.

Flexible and multifunctional the Deco M4 includes a variety of features allowing it to serve as a router or access point. Just choose the mode for your actual network demands and experience the maximum wireless flexibility. Simple intuitive parental controls make it easy to keep your children safe while theyre online..

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    Good price but it's worth spending an extra tenner to get the ASUS Zenwifi mini CD6 AC1500 Whole-Home Mesh WiFi System - 3 pack from Amazon at £103.99. Asus is AC1500 vs the Deco's AC1200 and has a proper built in web interface(can use app if you want). I've owned both, Deco is decent, but the Asus is better.


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    We have the smaller version of these (S4, same spec) and they have been fine. The only issue I've come across with them is the inability to fine tune some stuff for the sake of "simplicity".

    You can't choose the channels these run in and you can't choose how the mesh is set up. For example, if you have Main Deco (A), with the satellites Deco (B) and (C), the configuration (A) > (B) > (C) in a straight line may not work because (C) will stubbornly tries to connect to (A) instead of connecting to the closer and faster (B) satellite. It will eventually connect if (A) is too far for it to detect, but it's a pain I'd like to avoid, and a bad experience in this regard.

    The Deco M5's mesh, on the other hand, can be manually configured using TP-Link's beta firmware (can't be rolled-back). TP-Link has said their technicians are looking into bringing the feature to their other Deco lines but this was like 2 years ago with the only thing that ever came out was the beta software for the M5's.

    If you're going to install these in a triangle mesh formation then I have no complaints. The app is a breeze to use and we get good reliable signal and speeds. Just wished there was more customisation available for the user. (edited)
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    I live in a standard 3 bed semi, and my wifi is shockingly bad upstairs, would I need one of these in each bedroom? Or just one in the hallway upstairs?
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    hev03415/05/2022 09:53

    I live in a standard 3 bed semi, and my wifi is shockingly bad upstairs, …I live in a standard 3 bed semi, and my wifi is shockingly bad upstairs, would I need one of these in each bedroom? Or just one in the hallway upstairs?


    Just one upstairs but depending on your home size and where you need to place them then one downstairs & two upstairs would not hurt (edited)
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    The standard warning that TP-link device send all your web traffic to a third party and there is no way to disable it.
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    Alansmithee14/05/2022 23:29

    The standard warning that TP-link device send all your web traffic to a …The standard warning that TP-link device send all your web traffic to a third party and there is no way to disable it.


    What?
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    Hi, I have the deco m4 but struggling to get + 200 mbs speed
    I am on virginmedia 500mbps but cannot get near that speed.
    Anyone with any ideas/suggestions?
    Thanks
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    Tinoze15/05/2022 01:30

    Hi, I have the deco m4 but struggling to get + 200 mbs speedI am on …Hi, I have the deco m4 but struggling to get + 200 mbs speedI am on virginmedia 500mbps but cannot get near that speed.Anyone with any ideas/suggestions?Thanks


    Between your main deco and your modem/router you need a better ethernet cable capable of them speeds
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    Bought S4 couple of years ago and best so far.
    Looking to upgrade to WiFi 6, any recommendations? (edited)
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    Best thing i ever bought.
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    Tinoze15/05/2022 01:30

    Hi, I have the deco m4 but struggling to get + 200 mbs speedI am on …Hi, I have the deco m4 but struggling to get + 200 mbs speedI am on virginmedia 500mbps but cannot get near that speed.Anyone with any ideas/suggestions?Thanks


    An Orbi (AC3000) will get close to that speed(I get over 300Mb/s from my Amazon Fire stick and I've seen YouTube speed tests of around 450Mb). If you need an extra satellite you can buy one at £100, or flash a v1 Orbi router(used - about £40-60 on eBay)with special firmware that turns it into a satellite, doesn't work on v2 router). I'm using the Orbi in access point mode not as a router.


    box.co.uk/RBK…tml (edited)
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    mickster77715/05/2022 01:56

    Between your main deco and your modem/router you need a better ethernet …Between your main deco and your modem/router you need a better ethernet cable capable of them speeds


    Cheers, used the default one, ie provided from the virginmedia box (cat6). I'll try to buy a better one, any suggestion?
    Thanks

    hukdplan16/05/2022 09:09

    An Orbi (AC3000) will get close to that speed(I get over 300Mb/s from my …An Orbi (AC3000) will get close to that speed(I get over 300Mb/s from my Amazon Fire stick and I've seen YouTube speed tests of around 450Mb). If you need an extra satellite you can buy one at £100, or flash a v1 Orbi router(used - about £40-60 on eBay)with special firmware that turns it into a satellite, doesn't work on v2 router). I'm using the Orbi in access point mode not as a router.https://www.box.co.uk/RBK50-100UKS-Netgear-Orbi-RBK50-Whole-Home-Wi-Fi-AC30_2004859.html


    Cheers, looks decent, do you think it is future proof, fir instance supporting 1g broadband. Maybe will opt for this speed in the future.
    Also any tips to get close to 500mbps with deco m4.
    Thanks (edited)
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    Tinoze16/05/2022 11:31

    Cheers, used the default one, ie provided from the virginmedia box (cat6). …Cheers, used the default one, ie provided from the virginmedia box (cat6). I'll try to buy a better one, any suggestion?ThanksCheers, looks decent, do you think it is future proof, fir instance supporting 1g broadband. Maybe will opt for this speed in the future.Also any tips to get close to 500mbps with deco m4.Thanks


    Dont ignore him but you dont need the orbi buddy your mesh system is very capable i have it in the cuppoard from before i upgraded...

    Any decent ethernet cable will do the trick buddy did you get on in the box with the mesh kit? (edited)
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    mickster77716/05/2022 11:56

    Dont ignore him but you dont need the orbi buddy your mesh system is very …Dont ignore him but you dont need the orbi buddy your mesh system is very capable i have it in the cuppoard from before i upgraded...Any decent ethernet cable will do the trick buddy did you get on in the box with the mesh kit?



    Why do you think it's the ethernet cable causing the issue(pretty unlikely to have a cable not rated at 1Gb)? My Firestick speed tests ... my Deco ran only slightly over 100Mb(AC1200), the ASUS Mini C6 was faster (AC1500), BT Whole Home mesh (AC2500) slightly over 200Mb, Orbi RK50 (AC3000) over 300Mb. These are speeds connected to one satellite node, not directly to the main wired node. (edited)
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    mickster77716/05/2022 11:56

    Dont ignore him but you dont need the orbi buddy your mesh system is very …Dont ignore him but you dont need the orbi buddy your mesh system is very capable i have it in the cuppoard from before i upgraded...Any decent ethernet cable will do the trick buddy did you get on in the box with the mesh kit?


    Thanks. No I used the one provided by deco for connecting my laptop to one of the deco m4 satellites. For connecting the virgin router to the main satellite, I am using the one which was provided by virgin box, it is an unbranded cat6 UTP cable.
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