access points

What are the Beacon Interval recommended settings?

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The usual answer to what are the Beacon Interval recommended settings is to use the default value (100ms). And that’s because it’s a fairly sensitive setting that can mess up the way the network functions (in regards to the connection with client devices and between access points). But then again, you paid for the entire … Read more

TP-Link EAP660 HD WiFi 6 Access Point Review

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The TP-Link EAP660 HD was created to showcase TP-Link’s ability to implement some of the newer technologies that are associated to the WiFi 6 standard and yes, at the moment, this is the best WiFi 6 access point offered by the Chinese manufacturer. TP-Link EAP660 HD TP-Link.com Check Product Amazon.com Check Product TP-Link has been … Read more

Do you need a router for WiFi?

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This is one of those questions that I get from time to time: Do I really need a router for WiFi? And it’s usually related to already having a modem (most likely DOCSIS), so people are wondering if a wireless router is really that necessary. Unless you have a wireless modem-router, then you do need … Read more

EnGenius EWS850AP WiFi 6 Outdoor Wireless Access Point Review

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The EnGenius EWS850AP is one of the few WiFi 6 outdoor wireless access points available (for now), sporting most of the expected features, such as the support for 1024-QAM modulation, the OFDMA (which divides the channel bandwidth in sub-carriers for a more efficient small packet transmission), a 2.5GbE port and there’s also BSS Coloring, as … Read more