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TP-LINK Deco M9 Plus Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi w/ Built-In Smart Home HUB, Up To 6500 Sq ft coverage Pack of 3 for £259.99 delivered @ Amazon
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TP-LINK Deco M9 Plus Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi w/ Built-In Smart Home HUB, Up To 6500 Sq ft coverage Pack of 3 for £259.99 delivered @ Amazon

£259.99£319.7619%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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Great easy to use and affordable mesh home network system from TP-Link.

Amazon have recently reduced it by a ~£74

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  • More than a mesh Wi-Fi: Deco M9 PLUS also acts as a hub for your smart home devices; adjust settings and create interactions from one Platform - There's no need to buy an additional Smart Hub for the compatible devices
  • Best coverage with tri-band Wi-Fi: a deco M9 PLUS 3-Pack delivers Wi-Fi to an area of up to 6500 sq ft if that's not enough, simply add more Deco units to the network anytime to increase coverage
  • Secure Wi-Fi for everyone: get the most secure whole home Wi-Fi with HomeCare protecting every device at no additional cost for 3 years
  • Easy Management with Deco app: setup is easier than ever with the Deco app there to walk You through every step; TP-LINK HomeCare provides a suite of personalised and security features, including parental controls, built-in Antivirus and quality of Service (QoS)

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This is TP Link's highest end mesh isn't it? Can't decide between this or RBK 50.

Nest WiFi is trash so not considered
Thanks for posting. I was looking for M9 to get reduced. Now ordered one.
How's the parental control on this one? Just on/off or got some web page blocking? Kids are growing up and the bt whole home won't do web page blocking
fzurro25/11/2019 07:27

How's the parental control on this one? Just on/off or got some web page …How's the parental control on this one? Just on/off or got some web page blocking? Kids are growing up and the bt whole home won't do web page blocking


You can use OpenDNS if you require blocking of unsuitable content. It is free.
Myatu25/11/2019 07:41

You can use OpenDNS if you require blocking of unsuitable content. It is …You can use OpenDNS if you require blocking of unsuitable content. It is free.


Thanks. Yeeah there are a few things out there. I'm just getting to that age where I want it all on the same place...
Just ordered one. Been waiting for this to drop. From the reviews this has the best parental controls. You can set up different profile (one for each kid) and then you can exclude blocks of content (Adult, Social Media) or individual websites. You can pause the internet for the profile, set granular times for usage and also see which websites they have visited. So pretty comprehensive.
Edited by: "jojingles" 25th Nov 2019
fzurro25/11/2019 07:46

Thanks. Yeeah there are a few things out there. I'm just getting to that …Thanks. Yeeah there are a few things out there. I'm just getting to that age where I want it all on the same place...


Found it. Yes. Seems like they have a good one.


Is this a router also? So much text about stuff but not clear to me if I have to use a router for dhcp or just need my router to work as modem and this will do the rest.
My understanding is plug the first deco into your modem (turn off Wi-fi on your old one). Deco does the rest. You can also use them as Access Points so you normal router carries on and these extend that but you lose the extra features I think
fzurro25/11/2019 07:27

How's the parental control on this one? Just on/off or got some web page …How's the parental control on this one? Just on/off or got some web page blocking? Kids are growing up and the bt whole home won't do web page blocking


The Deco M9 has built-in Homecare, so it’s easy to block the contents or websites.
What about wired devices? Will it dhcp and control them as with the wireless ones?

I just want this thing connected to my VM router on modem only for all devices...
Edited by: "fzurro" 25th Nov 2019
fzurro25/11/2019 09:00

What about wired devices? Will it dhcp and control them as with the …What about wired devices? Will it dhcp and control them as with the wireless ones?I just want this thing connected to my VM router on modem only for all devices...


Yes, it can work with VM when you use VM as a modem only. The Deco M9 can handle the DHCP as it has router mode.
Smashing.deal25/11/2019 09:02

Yes, it can work with VM when you use VM as a modem only. The Deco M9 can …Yes, it can work with VM when you use VM as a modem only. The Deco M9 can handle the DHCP as it has router mode.


Great. Getting rid of a bit of clutter at home.

Thanks
I have a VM SuperHub running as a modem, and a Netgear R8000 as my main router. Can I continue to use the R8000 as the router for LAN connections, and configure this just to handle all wireless as a mesh? Thanks in advance.
southpaw_78625/11/2019 17:41

I have a VM SuperHub running as a modem, and a Netgear R8000 as my main …I have a VM SuperHub running as a modem, and a Netgear R8000 as my main router. Can I continue to use the R8000 as the router for LAN connections, and configure this just to handle all wireless as a mesh? Thanks in advance.


Yes, you can. But you’d better switch off the WiFi from Netgear router. I think it may cost too much to buy Deco M9 if you already have the R8000. Maybe you can buy the Deco M4(3-pack) which is much cheaper or the Deco M5(2-pack). Or you can sell the R8000 on eBay.
Smashing.deal25/11/2019 20:13

Yes, you can. But you’d better switch off the WiFi from Netgear router. I t …Yes, you can. But you’d better switch off the WiFi from Netgear router. I think it may cost too much to buy Deco M9 if you already have the R8000. Maybe you can buy the Deco M4(3-pack) which is much cheaper or the Deco M5(2-pack). Or you can sell the R8000 on eBay.



Thanks for the reply. I have the R8000 as my main router, and using the EX7000 and a WRT1900ac as AP’s on separate SSID’s but I still have poor to no signal in some parts of the house which is quite frustrating. Was thinking of either selling them all to fund a good mesh system, or reconfiguring the lot to optimise placement and run on a single SSID.
is it worth the extra cash for this over the m4 or m5?
Cheers OP. Just arrived!
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gsstott25/11/2019 21:00

is it worth the extra cash for this over the m4 or m5?


I can see where you are coming from. M4/M5 will suit most people serving 1200mbps across 5ghz/2.4ghz. M9 has a faster protocol AC2200 with speeds of up to 2134Mbps across 3 wireless bands instead of 2 so great for internal fast connections in your home but doesn't help with internet speed since you are limited by your ISP unless you have e.g. dedicated business connection. My preference is the Deco P9 because it has powerline and mesh combined and that means if you have rooms with thick walls it will overcome the issue of wireless connections getting through if you place a mesh unit in those rooms.
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