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Linksys WHW0303-UK Velop Tri-Band AC6600 Intelligent Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Works with Alexa, White, Pack of 3 £224.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
been looking at this for a while now reduced by 36%

Yeh, the internals in the ubiquiti will likely be better being commercial grade


Going by the form factor, could be the case. All I know is the Ubiquiti stuff I have is rock solid. Only downtime has been when I’ve updated firmware and one of my Cat5e cables crapped out on me from the patch panel to my PoE switch.


I heard the bt ones are made by ubiquiti


Thanks for the write up, thinking of getting this as I can use Ethernet back haul with them. If you get chance could you copy a large file from one device to another using multiple nodes. So laptop next to your node in the living room to desktop on the study as example. I'm hoping that will give an indication of the speed not throttled by your internet. Cheers!


Quick update guys, item came today and installed all nodes. My setup Billion 8900AX R2 and 40mbps down and 10 up. I had a wifi extender in my room which I had a Netgear EX7000. Which I used to hook up all my games consoles and PC to the extender. Every hour or so the connection would drop out. Forcing me to reset my extender to reestablish a connection on the 5ghz band. After installing the velop using the app very easy to setup, download the app. And install the nodes one at a time. Make sure the main node is connected to the router/modem first then update their firmware and check that they all connect. I install nodes in living room, my bedroom and study. All nodes have 2 bars out of 3 on the app. Connected all my mobile devices and printer to it. And I set my PC and PS4 to have priority on the bandwidth so any updates or game installs can fully utilise the full internet bandwidth when necessary. Ran a speed test in my bedroom which is on the 1st floor and router is in the living room with the 1st node connected to it. I managed to get 37mbps down and 9mbps up which is more or less my broadband speed. Please note that when you connect you devices Velop creates its own sub mesh network. So any predefined DHCP or static IP addresses will not count. I have checked in the advanced settings and it can be disabled. In future I may disable this so I can further tweak it to suit my needs but for now the setup was fairly easy to follow. I have had this setup for the last 6 hours no drops yet and I could further tweak the nodes by changing the channels and physically moving the nodes closer together to reduce in-connectivity or future potential drops outs. So far I am really happy with the wifi. If you guys want to ask me anything on setup or any features let me know thanks.

LINKSYS VELOP TRI-BAND WHW0302 AC4400 2Pack, £169.97 at Ebuyer
Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Same price at Amazon Say goodbye to buffering: Unlike traditional routers or range extenders, the Velop Whole Home Wi-Fi Intelligent Mesh System sends flawless, full-strength Wi-… Read more



Having a 3rd band only works if the software knows how to use it, on all the test I have seen of these Velop they almost always finish dead last


That was dual band, this is much better three band.


3 pack available for less on Amazon. Deal already posted

Linksys WHW0103-UK Velop Intelligent Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System, 3-Pack, AC3900, Works with Alexa - £159.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Velop Mesh Network chepeast i found.

This better or worse than BT Whole Home 3 pack at similar price once setup?


I've actually got a BT Openreach Modem, just not got around to setting it up...


I got rid of my home hub ages ago. I swapped my HH out for a Billion 8800NL many years ago (a week after getting BT Broadband). If you're using the Velop's you could also consider the Draytek VDSL modem (I'm assuming you have fibre broadband here). BTW, had exactly the same issue with the setup of my tri-band Velop's and it really is worth noting for anybody that buys these. Trick is, set one up as a master, let it install and upgrade, wipe it and start again with the next one and wipe again. Once you get to the third one you can make this your master and then join the other 2 nodes back to this one. Real oversight by Linksys. Other than that, my Velop network is superb.


I just got rid of this, it went haywire and couldn't deal with the number of devices in my house


You dont. Replace it with a better mondem/router

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Linksys WRT1200AC Wireless Router - Amazon Warehouse Deals (Used - Very Good) £37.04 (plus delivery for non-prime members)
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Only four available! Very good router and compatible with various open source router software. New price is £100+ including £129.04 on Amazon. Description says very small cosmeti… Read more
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keep an eye out, just checked and got another warehouse one for £41.03, yes £4 dearer, but I'd say worth it and looking forward to sticking DDWRT onto it also :D


Thank you. Now I’ve also googled it I get it. Jeez you ask a question and it’s like you killed someone. I remember a few years back you ask a question you actually get an answer or some banter and an answer.


Anything given away free by the ISP is dogshxt , but useable.


For the less trollified, care to elaborate?


I've seen some stupid questions on this site, none quite that stupid though.

Linksys MAX-STREAM EA7500 AC1900 MU-MIMO Gigabit Wi-Fi Wireless Router - £47.98 @ Amazon
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
seems like a great deal for a top rated router. buy from amazon for £47.89 and usually dispatched 1-3 months or buy from ebuyer for £51.57 both are good prices Delivers Next-Ge… Read more
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Really no need to bring colour into it mate.


Going to wait for black Friday as on the look out for a good router. By the comments above doesn't sound like this is the one.


I'm in the market for a new access point but there's a lot of reviews suggesting that this is a bit of a dog. Sadly a poor product, sold cheaply, is still a poor product.


No his deal went cold, was that not clear.. I'm surprised so many people didn't know what I was referring to.. :/


Did he die or sutin?

Linksys LGS308 8-Port Business Gigabit Smart Switch £32.94 Delivered @ Box
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
I'm not big into switches that aren't made by Nintendo, but given the reviews on this and the price, it may be worth considering if you are interested in a home network and want a … Read more

I'd got for the TP-Link TP-LINK TL-SG108E Managed Network Switch - 8-port for £30 from PCW, but this isn't a bad deal. You don't need a managed ("smart") switch for that, if you need to ask the question then this probably is overkill for you. You can use an £8 one for that.


This any good to run Xbox one through


I prefer to physically have a switch tbh, that was I can make use of it with some old machines I'm looking at getting


Don't think this will have the same CISCO CLI interface features. What's wrong with Packet Tracer or GNS3 ? Both are free and you can get plenty of labs by Paul Browning or David Bombal on for about £10 - £12 ( Price fluctuates on a daily basis)


Yes, especially for Sky Q hub owners with only 2 Ethernet ports :-)

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Linksys Velop Intelligent Whole Home WI-FI Mesh System 2-Pack AC2400 £99.99 / 3 - PACK AC3900 £149.99 Delivered @ Box
Refreshed 11th OctRefreshed 11th Oct
Thought this was a nice saving on the Linksys Velop Home Hi-Fi system. Similar to the BT home WiFi system that's usually popular on site, however this comes from the folks at Links… Read more

I have the triband 4400 and they are miles ahead in performance and tech. These would be decent for a small home, with light use, but performance users should look at the bigger version. with my 4400s I can connect to my external WiFi cameras that wouldn’t connect to my asus WiFi router


I've a couple of wireless routers around the house and still had less than stellar WiFi performance until I turned the power output DOWN on the routers. It really is true, the quieter you become, the more you can hear. I know the mesh is supposed to be smarter but you can achieve pretty good results with what you having laying around and save a few quid while you are at it. If only I could figure out how to get the bt hh6 to stop rebooting when used as a wireless AP.


Is it possible to buy two of these and effectively have one set of four?


Same for me as well.


I have an old ish house with thick walls and we struggled so much with wifi. Tried quite a few things and went for these in the end. They actually worked much better than I thought they would with most areas getting a great connection. So although still not perfect, I've found them pretty good and I paid a lot more than this. EDIT: I actually realised I bought the AC4400 so slightly beefier than these. Mine work well but can't speak for this version.

Linksys WHW0303-UK Velop Tri-Band AC6600 Intelligent Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3 Pack  £269.99 Amazon. Lowest it's been.
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Decent price for the top of the range 3 node Velop system. Currently cheaper than the 2 pack of nodes.

Damn... I saw this and got excited as I'm about to buy one... it's £359.99 at the moment. I ned it for next week otherwise I'd hold off...


Isn't this a problem with wired backhaul?


The reviews are scaring me off. I have cancelled my order. 180mb being reduced to between 3 and 20 because of backhaul in reviews. I don’t know what this means but if anyone has 1of these sets I’d be interested in hearing about your experience. We have way too many devices in the home and sometimes the ps4 buffers when playing my brother in Peruso looking at this as a solution.


I recently got the Tenda Nova MW3 Mesh system which is a budget one (£90 for 3 nodes) and honestly anyone with wifi issues look into these systems and you wont go back. The range these things cover is amazing and so nice to wander round with the device auto switching to strongest node, not multiple access points etc... Tri band / Dual band debate - Most homes only really need dual band, you need a lot of wireless devices using the connection at the same time to max it out and most of the time your internet connection (which is what most people use a device for) is what is the limiting factor. Good price for this model so heat added, although the BT whole Home wifi gets better speed in tests for a bit less from what i read.


Although this is a good price for sure, someone to be reviews say that using 3 nodes will reduce the performance overall. I am tempted to get it though. Is there anyone who has actually bought a triple set and can give a first hand review of it? I was going to wait for the Netgear Orbi to come down in price a little but I am considering this

Linksys EA6350 Dual-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router £31.49  Ebuyer
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
£31.49 without the need to pay an additional £80 per year for the prime scam. 5GHz band allows you to avoid interference from many other home appliances USB 3.0 port allows you… Read more

Or £25 (or whatever extortionate figure they've plucked out of thin air this week) for NI customers.


Or just start a new trial on amazon Same price, free shipping


You can also pay £7.99 for one month of Prime from Amazon, instead of £10 from eBuyer for a one-off, if you want it urgently.


I mean if you really need it urgently then you can pay £10 for delivery from ebuyer instead of £80 from amazon.


They have priced matched:

Linksys EA6350 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Gigabit Router £31.49 Amazon prime Exclusive / £36 non prime@amazon
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Browsing for cheap routers. Found this one the cheapest it's ever been: At a Glance: Wireless-AC is faster than wireless-N for media streaming and more. Dual wireless bands of 2… Read more
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I also hate the new superhub but I'm upset this only allows guest network on 2.4ghz unless... Openwrt but let's wait and see what comes when other peoples arrive.


Wondering that as well. Virgin Hubs wifi is brutal


That's an issue! What's the likelihood of receiving it earlier?


That's what I was going to ask too (y) 🏻


Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months :/

Linksys  EA7500  Max-Stream Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart WI-FI Router - £49.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Wi-Fi Technology: AC1900 MU-MIMO Dual-band Gigabit, 600+1300 Mbps Key Features: Easy Setup Medium Household Up to 12+ Devices 3x3 AC Advanced Security USB 3.0 Port Du… Read more

Really poor product if you go by the reviews. I’m waiting on a Netgear or Asus deal to come up.


Why is this getting down voted out of interest?


Thanks OP


I'm in the market for a new router, I had a look at this one a couple of weeks ago - specs looked very promising but when I started digging into the reviews, lots of owners claiming that this product is very unreliable unfortunately. Keen to hear if anyone on here has had a different experience, this does look like plenty bang for the buck on the surface.

Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi System, Pack of 2 - Costco Online
Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
£350 rrp, £280 on Amazon Linksys Velop is a high-performing modular Wi-Fi mesh system of nodes built to provide exceptional Wi-Fi covera… Read more
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Not sure how these compare to the tenda MW3 setup...but I got a pack of 3 of them last week for £90 on Amazon and they are incredibe! Wiped out 3 blackspots and internet seems much more responsive.


What's the speed/throughput like with the LRs?


I just know it works and leave the Voodoo to the product designers.


My understanding is that each Ubi access point is only really as strong as the best of other routers such as HH6, but that they are one of the few providers who have got the weak signal handover right between multiple access points, so that adding more access points actually works?


HH6 was giving single ‘bar’ in some rooms. Patchy coverage in the garden. Now I have full strength in all rooms and garden coverage. (Smart plug for outdoor lights) If I want better in the garden I’ll get an LR which has greater reach. Each AP is at opposing ends of the house, though both on rear side. Front garden suffers a bit because of it but the frequent use areas have the coverage.

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £9.98 at Amazon(£14.47 non prime)
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs Easy plug an… Read more

Received this today, the switch is different from the picture. The power goes in to the back rather than the front.




CCNP Network Engineer here, you win nothing, that is pitiful


They’ve increased the price then


Link says...£24.15

Linksys Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3 Pack - £259.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
£10 less than the Amazon deal yesterday on this. Looks a nice set up overall for the money and the units aren't too in your face, like some other models that look a bit like cricke… Read more

Wow all these mesh networks are expensive, wonder who's milking the paintent :/


Good deal but they were 160ish for the dual (months ago- I got 6 in total). When they work, they are great. We have WiFi across the whole house where a single draytek router couldn’t even cover the ground floor (lots of solid walks and floors). My proviso is that they can be a real pain to setup and even worse when it goes wrong. It must have taken several hours of messing before I got all our nodes to talk and it needed them setup right next to each other, then moved to final locations later. Occasionally it all goes wrong. Various nodes start doing strange things and resets don’t always work. In our case, the parent node (as connected to the router) needed powered down fully and this reliably sorts it out. With a larger mesh, this took a lot of working out, not least because that parent node tends to report good health when the issues arise. So good, if a bit buggy. I’d definitely not recommend if you aren’t at least slightly techy.


Very good price, especially for the Triband version!


Wow. Attractive price for the tri-band offering for those who need it.

Linksys Velop Dual Band Whole Home Wi-Fi Intelligent Mesh System, (AC3900)/Up to 4500 sq ft/Easy Setup, Maximize Wi-Fi Range and Speed for All Your Devices, Works with Alexa, White, Pack of 3. £149.99 Amazon Prime deal.
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
View larger View larger At a Glance: Mesh Wi-Fi system envelops your home in seamless Wi-Fi Modular mesh Wi-Fi network can be scaled with your growing Wi-Fi needs Links… Read more
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Was going to get this but then I relaised I dont even know what a backhaul is so im going to get a cheapo plug in extender instead. Google wifi looked slick but for 3 a piece package they want £319 so its a no go for me.


these devices should come built in with Powerline adapters. its pretty unlikely that someone has their house wired up for cat5/6 and as already mentioned, the backhaul would well cause issues with traffic congestion all going back to the single wired connection.


As others have pointed out, these are a newer dual band unit, rather than the original tri-band Velops. Reviews show much reduced performance :-(


Reviews are at a much higher price but look good for a 2 piece set but 3 pieces causes a load on the backhaul... two of mine will be wired so may take a punt as the backhaul will only be used for 1 node... EDIT: Is a new version without the backhaul


Reviews don’t look great...


Dumbest thing I've ever read


Still at £89.98 @ As per forums, works with davidc502 wrt32x custom firmware, a spin off from OpenWRT. Expecting mine today - Its a steal at that price - better still davidc0502 is committed to taking it to the final frontier (excited)


Wahhh not VR Ready! Cold, very bad router. (cheeky) :D


I bought one a few weeks back. Works well only with openwrt installed. Stock FW is far too basic and with ddwrt I had wifi issues


Fornite lol!

Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router, £89.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A router

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I made a start on figuring it out but (bizarrely) found that tinkering with the LEDs for the radios actually killed the wifi! It's a nkown bug: I need get a look at a WRT32X running the stock firmware with LEDs turned off and see the output of 'cat /etc/config/system' to try and pop it on OpenWRT


I hate blue LED's. Can't figure a way with LEDE only the stock firmware has a toggle for it. Must be a way!


...and running a properly tuned SQM QoS system on one of these practically eliminates that. (Sorry, yes, forgot the blue LEDs, which I'm trying to figure out how to turn off as our device sits on a shelf under the telly and they're *very* distracting :-D )


Software plays a part too ISP routers are usually limited. QoS is important. Bufferbloat is a pain in the rear.

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £12.98 (Prime) £17.47 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs Easy plug an… Read more

That’s a bargain. Think it only just cropped up.


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trustory this seems a better deal, £9.99 for an 8 port switch


Totally agree. Sky have inexplicably decided to give our Sky Q router just two ports (as well as WiFi with a range to maybe the end of our living room if there’s no people or cats in the way). I put a 5 port hub on it and almost immediately regretted getting a 5 port for £2 less than an 8 port. This was only 10/100 though. Definitely worth getting the 8 port if available and metal cased if only to stop the thing sliding around under the weight of cables.


Who needs more than 5 plus the ones on your router? I chuckled to myself years ago. An xbox 3 raspberry Pi's, a roku and 2 APs later, I wish I brought the 8 port. Remember 1 port is uplink its more of a 4 port.

Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Simultaneous Tri-Band Wi-Fi Broadband Router £30.95 @ Amazon
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Great price for Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Simultaneous Tri-Band Wi-Fi Broadband Router Usually around £80 !

Whatever helps you sleep at night you monster.


Great, I'll have the other one at the £30 then please to solve your problem of having two, there everyone's happy! (cheeky)


£89.99 now 😡


Nabbed one thanks. With these possible misprices you just need to order first and think (or cancel) later!


They sell everyday on ebay for £60 so the one I need just works out as free really.

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