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xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles
xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles
xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles
xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles
xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles
xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles

xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles

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What is xxnnx2021 TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Mesh Support with Business WiFi Solution; Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Mami | SDN integration | Cloud Access & App Men's and women's styles?
      I'm a network engineer. xxnnx2021 I usually work with Cisco enterprise gear, some HPE/Aruba, Ruckus, a xxnnx2021 bit of Cisco Meraki (not a fan). I usually laugh xxnnx2021 at gear like TPlink, UniFy/Ubiquity etc. No, I probably will xxnnx2021 not ever recommend or deploy this xxnnx2021 TPlink Omada stuff at a xxnnx2021 customer site for any application. Maybe xxnnx2021 a normal office space for someone with no budget xxnnx2021 and xxnnx2021 need WiFi xxnnx2021 for xxnnx2021 casual purposes or for xxnnx2021 customer hotspot convenience.I got seriously pissed at my home WiFi system when I xxnnx2021 incorporated a bunch of cheap Chinese smart xxnnx2021 home products into my xxnnx2021 network xxnnx2021 (smart bulbs and xxnnx2021 electrical receptacles) xxnnx2021 and xxnnx2021 my UniFi system couldn't xxnnx2021 handle them. Sure - xxnnx2021 it was xxnnx2021 the junk bulbs most likely, but xxnnx2021 I xxnnx2021 wasn't about to buy xxnnx2021 all xxnnx2021 Phillips Hue or some xxnnx2021 other overpriced solution. I tried xxnnx2021 updating the controller software and the AP firmware and manually xxnnx2021 tweaking settings that probably made xxnnx2021 matters worse. I xxnnx2021 got mad enough to chuck the xxnnx2021 UniFi system, which was xxnnx2021 getting old anyway. I figured I'd try a Cisco Mobility Express system with 1832i APs - xxnnx2021 that's entry-level Cisco stuff. I actually hate Cisco ME, but xxnnx2021 figured I'd xxnnx2021 try it xxnnx2021 as it was the least expensive Cisco xxnnx2021 option. xxnnx2021 That worked xxnnx2021 pretty well actually xxnnx2021 - solved xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 problem xxnnx2021 with the cheap Chinese crap xxnnx2021 bulbs. But I had two xxnnx2021 client devices - an ASUS laptop and xxnnx2021 an older xxnnx2021 Microsoft Surface Pro xxnnx2021 that absolutely refused to connect to WiFi at xxnnx2021 all. xxnnx2021 I did the usual stuff - firmware, xxnnx2021 drivers, and settings. No go, so I xxnnx2021 chucked the xxnnx2021 Cisco system too.At about 11 at night after consuming too much Scotch xxnnx2021 while window shopping on Amazon, a few days later a xxnnx2021 pair of these TPlink xxnnx2021 APs hit my xxnnx2021 porch. I got them up and running without any trouble (I think they'll be perfectly reasonable for non-network engineers to handle). The xxnnx2021 mounting brackets xxnnx2021 are cheap crap. But xxnnx2021 that's xxnnx2021 compared to the xxnnx2021 solid xxnnx2021 steel stuff xxnnx2021 that I'm used to, and I think most people will probably xxnnx2021 just throw these on a shelf or a metal filing xxnnx2021 cabinet or something (don't do xxnnx2021 that, by xxnnx2021 the way) so most probably xxnnx2021 won't xxnnx2021 care.But call me xxnnx2021 impressed. These are not junk. I'm xxnnx2021 nearly certain that TP-Link's xxnnx2021 APs are a xxnnx2021 knock-off xxnnx2021 of UniFi. It really looks and acts xxnnx2021 so similarly. But they seemed to have done something really right with xxnnx2021 these. xxnnx2021 ALL of my devices, the not-so-smart bulbs, xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 Amazon Echos, xxnnx2021 the Roku, the HT receiver, the game systems the laptops and tablets, xxnnx2021 AC units, smartphones, doorbell... everything just connected and WORK. And xxnnx2021 work well and fast enough for me. I'm xxnnx2021 not going to xxnnx2021 get into data xxnnx2021 rates (speed) - people get xxnnx2021 really stupid about that stuff and really have xxnnx2021 no understanding of it. xxnnx2021 Same goes for coverage area. I only need 802.11AC - nothing more. Anything that NEEDS to be faster than that (or likely xxnnx2021 more stable/reliable) is xxnnx2021 getting a CABLE xxnnx2021 (or xxnnx2021 an Etherchannel) on my network. Period.Docking a star for xxnnx2021 the junk mounting backets and the idiotic fact xxnnx2021 you have to go to TP-Link's website to download xxnnx2021 the firmware updates. Really... the controller tells me xxnnx2021 an update is available and can't just xxnnx2021 let me click to download and install I xxnnx2021 hope they change that soon. xxnnx2021 Other than that, time will xxnnx2021 tell with these. I don't expect them to last long - xxnnx2021 I'll be happy with two xxnnx2021 years. xxnnx2021 Cheap enough to just replace a xxnnx2021 dead unit. As long as TP-Link doesn't break them with xxnnx2021 a firmware xxnnx2021 update, I probably won't need to chuck these xxnnx2021 anytime soon.Integrated into xxnnx2021 Omada xxnnx2021 SDN xxnnx2021 xxnnx2021 Omada's xxnnx2021 Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform integrates network devices including access points, xxnnx2021 switches and gateways with multiple control options offered - xxnnx2021 Omada Hardware controller, Omada Software Controller or xxnnx2021 Omada cloud-based xxnnx2021 controller (Contact TP-Link for Cloud-Based Controller xxnnx2021 Plan Details). Standalone mode xxnnx2021 also xxnnx2021 applies.Superior Speeds with MU-MIMO Equipped xxnnx2021 with the latest 802.11ac Wave 2 MU-MIMO technology, xxnnx2021 the EAP225-Outdoor easily delivers dual-band Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1200 Mbps to xxnnx2021 multiple devices at the same time.Multiple PoE xxnnx2021 Options for Easy Installation Supports both 802.3af/at PoE and xxnnx2021 Passive PoE power supply, making deployment effortless and flexible.Advanced Wireless Tech xxnnx2021 Supporting the latest Mesh WiFi, Seamless Roaming, xxnnx2021 Band xxnnx2021 Steering, Airtime Fairness and Beamforming technologies.Indoor/Outdoor xxnnx2021 Use xxnnx2021 The xxnnx2021 durable, weatherproof enclosure protects the access point against harsh outdoor conditions and provides xxnnx2021 stable wireless xxnnx2021 coverage up to xxnnx2021 200m xxnnx2021 plus range at xxnnx2021 2.4GHz and 300m plus at 5GHz in xxnnx2021 outdoor settings. Discreet xxnnx2021 appearance can also fit with any xxnnx2021 indoor scenarios.SDN xxnnx2021 Compatibility For xxnnx2021 SDN usage, make xxnnx2021 sure your xxnnx2021 devices/controllers are either equipped with or can be xxnnx2021 upgraded to SDN version. SDN xxnnx2021 controllers xxnnx2021 work only with SDN Access Points, xxnnx2021 Switches and Gateways. Non-SDN xxnnx2021 controllers work only with non-SDN APs. For xxnnx2021 devices that are compatible with SDN firmware, please xxnnx2021 visit 'From xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 manufacturer - QandA' section or TP-Link website.Performance on xxnnx2021 this AP is great. I consistently xxnnx2021 get over 700mbps on xxnnx2021 a xxnnx2021 1gigabit xxnnx2021 fiber plan xxnnx2021 using xxnnx2021 gigabit fiber backhaul. If you utilize the xxnnx2021 2.5gbps port xxnnx2021 on xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 device you may be able xxnnx2021 to get better performance. There are xxnnx2021 only two cons that I xxnnx2021 have for this device which are xxnnx2021 the large size. If you look at xxnnx2021 the EAP650 or EAP610v2, the size difference is crazy. The EAP670 xxnnx2021 is a monstrosity compared xxnnx2021 to the slimmer xxnnx2021 EAPs. The second con that xxnnx2021 I have is that TP-Link does not support the xxnnx2021 auto channel and TX power features for xxnnx2021 mesh without using the cloud controller. The xxnnx2021 software and hardware controllers offer an auto channel xxnnx2021 setting but that seems to only automatically xxnnx2021 choose a channel xxnnx2021 during a boot. I dont see the point xxnnx2021 of trying to pull people into a $10/month xxnnx2021 per device subscription in order to utilize the auto channel and TX power features. Hopefully these features are made xxnnx2021 available xxnnx2021 for the xxnnx2021 software and xxnnx2021 hardware xxnnx2021 controllers in the future. Otherwise a great device and is probably a much better xxnnx2021 option over the 660HD xxnnx2021 for a xxnnx2021 home network. xxnnx2021 Id be xxnnx2021 curious to xxnnx2021 see xxnnx2021 performance xxnnx2021 and range of the EAP650 as an alternative since it is xxnnx2021 in the smaller housing.I set xxnnx2021 this up xxnnx2021 in my new apartment. It's only about 600sqft that xxnnx2021 I'm covering but it could easily handle more (I wanted overkill and xxnnx2021 I got xxnnx2021 it). There are 24 xxnnx2021 apartments in the xxnnx2021 building xxnnx2021 and 3 buildings xxnnx2021 in xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 complex so lots of interference, xxnnx2021 but it's rare to see a signal xxnnx2021 drop. I'm on xxnnx2021 a spectrum 400mbps xxnnx2021 plan and consistently hit xxnnx2021 that xxnnx2021 over wifi with my Samsung xxnnx2021 S21. xxnnx2021 I even have the power on the AP xxnnx2021 turned about halfway xxnnx2021 down so as not to xxnnx2021 cause problems for my neighbors.I also xxnnx2021 added VLANs to my network and was able to xxnnx2021 keep my older devices that xxnnx2021 don't support modern xxnnx2021 encryption and xxnnx2021 IOT devices xxnnx2021 separate from my xxnnx2021 main devices, and a separate xxnnx2021 network for my work xxnnx2021 laptop. (For anyone wondering the rest of your network needs to xxnnx2021 support this xxnnx2021 as well if you want to xxnnx2021 make use of VLANs). The TP-link xxnnx2021 makes it easy to xxnnx2021 assign an SSID to a xxnnx2021 VLAN.I like xxnnx2021 that it includes a power adapter in the box, so you don't xxnnx2021 have to run out xxnnx2021 and buy a PoE xxnnx2021 injector or a PoE enabled switch.The app is useful as I have a bunch xxnnx2021 of hidden SSIDs and I always forget xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 passwords for them, but you can xxnnx2021 log in xxnnx2021 on the xxnnx2021 app xxnnx2021 and find xxnnx2021 it in the settings.I'm running this xxnnx2021 standalone without xxnnx2021 any xxnnx2021 other APs, Omada xxnnx2021 switches (I have xxnnx2021 a couple xxnnx2021 old netgear ones at xxnnx2021 the moment) or xxnnx2021 a controller, so I can't comment xxnnx2021 on roaming xxnnx2021 or the rest of the Omada ecosystem, but first impressions xxnnx2021 are favorable.Only consideration xxnnx2021 (not a con just something to keep xxnnx2021 in mind) is it is relatively xxnnx2021 large, but personally I think it's a worthy xxnnx2021 trade xxnnx2021 off for the xxnnx2021 performance.Cloud Access Remote xxnnx2021 Cloud access and Omada app brings centralized cloud management of the whole network xxnnx2021 at different sitesall controlled from a single interface anywhere, xxnnx2021 anytime.
      TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor | Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Outdoor Access Point | Business WiFi Solution w/ Mesh Support, Seamless Roaming & MU-MIMO | PoE Powered | SDN Integrated | Cloud Access & AppSuperior xxnnx2021 Speeds with MU-MIMO xxnnx2021 Equipped xxnnx2021 with the latest 802.11ac Wave xxnnx2021 2 MU-MIMO xxnnx2021 technology, the EAP225-Outdoor easily xxnnx2021 delivers xxnnx2021 dual-band Wi-Fi speeds of xxnnx2021 up to 1200 Mbps to multiple xxnnx2021 devices xxnnx2021 at the xxnnx2021 same time.Indoor/Outdoor xxnnx2021 Use The durable, weatherproof xxnnx2021 enclosure protects xxnnx2021 the xxnnx2021 access xxnnx2021 point against harsh outdoor conditions and provides stable wireless coverage up to 200m plus range at 2.4GHz and 300m plus xxnnx2021 at 5GHz in outdoor settings. xxnnx2021 Discreet appearance can also fit with xxnnx2021 any indoor scenarios.Integrated into Omada SDN Omada's Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform xxnnx2021 integrates network devices including access points, xxnnx2021 switches and gateways with multiple control options offered - xxnnx2021 Omada Hardware controller, Omada Software xxnnx2021 Controller or Omada cloud-based controller (Contact TP-Link for Cloud-Based xxnnx2021 Controller Plan Details). xxnnx2021 Standalone xxnnx2021 mode also applies.Cloud Access xxnnx2021 Remote Cloud access and Omada app brings centralized cloud xxnnx2021 management of xxnnx2021 the whole xxnnx2021 network at xxnnx2021 different xxnnx2021 sitesall controlled from a single interface anywhere, anytime.SDN Compatibility For SDN usage, make sure your devices/controllers xxnnx2021 are either equipped with or xxnnx2021 can be xxnnx2021 upgraded to SDN xxnnx2021 version. SDN controllers work only with SDN Access Points, Switches and xxnnx2021 Gateways. Non-SDN controllers xxnnx2021 work only with non-SDN xxnnx2021 APs. For xxnnx2021 devices that are xxnnx2021 compatible with SDN firmware, please visit 'From the xxnnx2021 manufacturer - QandA' section or TP-Link website.Advanced Wireless Tech xxnnx2021 Supporting the latest Mesh WiFi, Seamless Roaming, xxnnx2021 Band Steering, Airtime Fairness and Beamforming technologies.Multiple PoE Options xxnnx2021 for Easy xxnnx2021 Installation Supports both 802.3af/at xxnnx2021 PoE and Passive PoE xxnnx2021 power xxnnx2021 supply, making deployment xxnnx2021 effortless and flexible.

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      1: I'm a network engineer. I usually work with Cisco enterprise gear, some HPE/Aruba, Ruckus, a bit of Cisco Meraki (not a fan). I usually laugh at gear like TPlink, UniFy/Ubiquity etc. No, I probably will not ever recommend or deploy this TPlink Omada stuff at a customer site for any application. Maybe a normal office space for someone with no budget and need WiFi for casual purposes or for customer hotspot convenience.I got seriously pissed at my home WiFi system when I incorporated a bunch of cheap Chinese smart home products into my network (smart bulbs and electrical receptacles) and my UniFi system couldn't handle them. Sure - it was the junk bulbs most likely, but I wasn't about to buy all Phillips Hue or some other overpriced solution. I tried updating the controller software and the AP firmware and manually tweaking settings that probably made matters worse. I got mad enough to chuck the UniFi system, which was getting old anyway. I figured I'd try a Cisco Mobility Express system with 1832i APs - that's entry-level Cisco stuff. I actually hate Cisco ME, but figured I'd try it as it was the least expensive Cisco option. That worked pretty well actually - solved the problem with the cheap Chinese crap bulbs. But I had two client devices - an ASUS laptop and an older Microsoft Surface Pro that absolutely refused to connect to WiFi at all. I did the usual stuff - firmware, drivers, and settings. No go, so I chucked the Cisco system too.At about 11 at night after consuming too much Scotch while window shopping on Amazon, a few days later a pair of these TPlink APs hit my porch. I got them up and running without any trouble (I think they'll be perfectly reasonable for non-network engineers to handle). The mounting brackets are cheap crap. But that's compared to the solid steel stuff that I'm used to, and I think most people will probably just throw these on a shelf or a metal filing cabinet or something (don't do that, by the way) so most probably won't care.But call me impressed. These are not junk. I'm nearly certain that TP-Link's APs are a knock-off of UniFi. It really looks and acts so similarly. But they seemed to have done something really right with these. ALL of my devices, the not-so-smart bulbs, the Amazon Echos, the Roku, the HT receiver, the game systems the laptops and tablets, AC units, smartphones, doorbell... everything just connected and WORK. And work well and fast enough for me. I'm not going to get into data rates (speed) - people get really stupid about that stuff and really have no understanding of it. Same goes for coverage area. I only need 802.11AC - nothing more. Anything that NEEDS to be faster than that (or likely more stable/reliable) is getting a CABLE (or an Etherchannel) on my network. Period.Docking a star for the junk mounting backets and the idiotic fact you have to go to TP-Link's website to download the firmware updates. Really... the controller tells me an update is available and can't just let me click to download and install I hope they change that soon. Other than that, time will tell with these. I don't expect them to last long - I'll be happy with two years. Cheap enough to just replace a dead unit. As long as TP-Link doesn't break them with a firmware update, I probably won't need to chuck these anytime soon.
      2: Performance on this AP is great. I consistently get over 700mbps on a 1gigabit fiber plan using gigabit fiber backhaul. If you utilize the 2.5gbps port on the device you may be able to get better performance. There are only two cons that I have for this device which are the large size. If you look at the EAP650 or EAP610v2, the size difference is crazy. The EAP670 is a monstrosity compared to the slimmer EAPs. The second con that I have is that TP-Link does not support the auto channel and TX power features for mesh without using the cloud controller. The software and hardware controllers offer an auto channel setting but that seems to only automatically choose a channel during a boot. I dont see the point of trying to pull people into a $10/month per device subscription in order to utilize the auto channel and TX power features. Hopefully these features are made available for the software and hardware controllers in the future. Otherwise a great device and is probably a much better option over the 660HD for a home network. Id be curious to see performance and range of the EAP650 as an alternative since it is in the smaller housing.
      3: I set this up in my new apartment. It's only about 600sqft that I'm covering but it could easily handle more (I wanted overkill and I got it). There are 24 apartments in the building and 3 buildings in the complex so lots of interference, but it's rare to see a signal drop. I'm on a spectrum 400mbps plan and consistently hit that over wifi with my Samsung S21. I even have the power on the AP turned about halfway down so as not to cause problems for my neighbors.I also added VLANs to my network and was able to keep my older devices that don't support modern encryption and IOT devices separate from my main devices, and a separate network for my work laptop. (For anyone wondering the rest of your network needs to support this as well if you want to make use of VLANs). The TP-link makes it easy to assign an SSID to a VLAN.I like that it includes a power adapter in the box, so you don't have to run out and buy a PoE injector or a PoE enabled switch.The app is useful as I have a bunch of hidden SSIDs and I always forget the passwords for them, but you can log in on the app and find it in the settings.I'm running this standalone without any other APs, Omada switches (I have a couple old netgear ones at the moment) or a controller, so I can't comment on roaming or the rest of the Omada ecosystem, but first impressions are favorable.Only consideration (not a con just something to keep in mind) is it is relatively large, but personally I think it's a worthy trade off for the performance.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00