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$300 TP-Link WiFi 6 Mesh WiFi, AX3000 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System (deco x60) 2 pack

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Jan 12, 2017
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Hot! I have these and they work wonders
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Mar 22, 2004
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I’m wondering why the downvotes?
RFD should make it mandatory to post the username and an explanation for the downvotes.

I currently have a Netgear Orbi setup and the DHCP has been wreaking havoc here with multiple crashes throughout the day. Things seem to have gotten better with static IPs but wondering if I should jump onto WiFi 6 now?
I had a Deco M3 setup before and was very happy with it.

We have about 25+ devices connected with 4 gaming consoles multiple computers etc.
only got one new PC in the house with WiFi 6, but is now the time with the price??

Anyone?
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Nov 25, 2017
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FooNdaR wrote: I’m wondering why the downvotes?
RFD should make it mandatory to post the username and an explanation for the downvotes.
Agreed. Downvoting (when it's not obvious why) with no explanations is useless for us RFDers.
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Jul 20, 2016
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FooNdaR wrote: I’m wondering why the downvotes?
RFD should make it mandatory to post the username and an explanation for the downvotes.

If you click the question mark next to vote - it shows the reason the person selected (On this case: not a good price and bad product/service)



Jedmos wrote: Agreed. Downvoting (when it's not obvious why) with no explanations is useless for us RFDers.


Because that's how Democracy works. People is allowed to vote and their vote should be counted, even if they're clueless about what they're doing or they're motivated by something else.
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Nov 25, 2017
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neonic wrote:
If you click the question mark next to vote - it shows the reason the person selected (On this case: not a good price and bad product/service)





Because that's how Democracy works. People is allowed to vote and their vote should be counted, even if they're clueless about what they're doing or they're motivated by something else.
Hmmm I don't see the question mark. Maybe because I'm on the mobile app?
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May 9, 2010
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How's the parental control on these? Will it allow me to block certain sites from kids devices? Ie YouTube?
Member
Feb 5, 2012
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Toronto
How is this different than a router + access point? Or a router + wireless repeater?
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May 14, 2005
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Darko2 wrote: Hot! I have these and they work wonders
do you find 2 units enough or you are using 3 units for this particular mesh??

although they say 2 units is good for 5000 sq ft.. like many other meshes that says 2 unit good for 3000sq ft+
i tried Orbi 3 units that interfered with my Ring alarm, i tried TPLink M5 3 units (so so reception throughout the house, M9 2 units not enough)

even 2000 sq ft i find 2 units not good enough.. reception is spotty at many spots through out the house.
just wondering if i should go for 2 or 3 units for this model
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Nov 25, 2017
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poppy1337 wrote: How is this different than a router + access point? Or a router + wireless repeater?
From my understanding, if you can wire access points, that is the best way to go.

These mesh systems are an alternative in case you can't.
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Sketchydrifter wrote: How's the parental control on these? Will it allow me to block certain sites from kids devices? Ie YouTube?
Yes. When I had the deco I really liked the free parental controls. Bedtimes etc.
On Netgear Orbi you have to pay for Disney Circle.
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May 1, 2017
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It's only dual band, how does it compare to the eero pro 6 ?
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Mar 12, 2007
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FooNdaR wrote: I’m wondering why the downvotes?
RFD should make it mandatory to post the username and an explanation for the downvotes.

I currently have a Netgear Orbi setup and the DHCP has been wreaking havoc here with multiple crashes throughout the day. Things seem to have gotten better with static IPs but wondering if I should jump onto WiFi 6 now?
I had a Deco M3 setup before and was very happy with it.

We have about 25+ devices connected with 4 gaming consoles multiple computers etc.
only got one new PC in the house with WiFi 6, but is now the time with the price??

Anyone?
I guess it's probably because the item is not on sale for $29.99?!
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Dec 6, 2006
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Toronto
Wonder if I should try.

Got the Eero 3-pack recently on Prime-Day. I think 1 of the 3 units is a dud, it keeps randomly disconnecting/resetting and drag down the whole Mesh for a few mins. I'm using with just 2 units right now, but will refund soon for sure.
Have a regular size frontyard but rather extensive backyard which I want coverage. 1 unit of Eero is enough to cover 95%+ of the house already, but will have little to no coverage in either yards.

So how would I setup with this 2 packs...hum
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Jul 20, 2009
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Ottawa
Hi all,


How is this one compare to the 3-pack standard eero system?

Thanks in advance
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Jun 1, 2011
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Ajax
For what it is worth, Costco US has the 3 pack for $229.00 for members only-My card was charged for $340.00CAD. For the first time I am using a crossborder service-Shippsy. Their pickup location is conveniently located in Markham, and their pricing is very reasonable. It all depends on the duty and taxes. All that taken into account, it will still be cheaper for me to import.

https://www.costco.com/.product.1401347 ... ed_product

I had bought the Eero 3 pack during Prime Days, and it has been a nightmare with DHCP issues. My main WiFi stops working on some devices due to Double NAT. I have it now setup in a bridge mode, but still the same issues. I am with Bell, so I have no option to put the main router in Bridge mode. I had the Deco M5 before this, and that has worked solid for the past 2 years.

I will keep you guys updated what the final cost is. The package was delivered today in Niagara Falls. The duties can be from 0% to 25%, but what I have seen on our officials website-it might be zero for computer related products-let's hope I am right
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vinmatrix wrote: For what it is worth, Costco US has the 3 pack for $229.00 for members only-My card was charged for $340.00CAD. For the first time I am using a crossborder service-Shippsy. Their pickup location is conveniently located in Markham, and their pricing is very reasonable. It all depends on the duty and taxes. All that taken into account, it will still be cheaper for me to import.

https://www.costco.com/.product.1401347 ... ed_product

I had bought the Eero 3 pack during Prime Days, and it has been a nightmare with DHCP issues. My main WiFi stops working on some devices due to Double NAT. I have it now setup in a bridge mode, but still the same issues. I am with Bell, so I have no option to put the main router in Bridge mode. I had the Deco M5 before this, and that has worked solid for the past 2 years.

I will keep you guys updated what the final cost is. The package was delivered today in Niagara Falls. The duties can be from 0% to 25%, but what I have seen on our officials website-it might be zero for computer related products-let's hope I am right
Did you use a CAD credit card to buy from Costco US? My order got cancelled a few months back.
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neonic wrote: If you click the question mark next to vote - it shows the reason the person selected (On this case: not a good price and bad product/service






Because that's how Democracy works. People is allowed to vote and their vote should be counted, even if they're clueless about what they're doing or they're motivated by something else.
This made me think of your post.
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