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[ale] [OT] Wifi router time again

What about Ubiquiti?
Good overall models?
Especially good?
Any to avoid?
Looking for a router and a WAP for small commercial office.

Thanks, -k

> To: Jeff Hubbs <jhubbslist at att.net>, Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts <ale at ale.org>,
>         Jeff Hubbs via Ale <ale at ale.org>
> Subject: Re: [ale] [OT] Wifi router time again
> From: Jim Kinney via Ale <ale at ale.org>
> Reply-To: Jim Kinney <jim.kinney at gmail.com>,
>         Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts <ale at ale.org>
> I can't recall model nums, but linksys has several routers they
> advertise as "Linux ready". They're all in the $200 range and
> all have very good specs.
> On December 7, 2019 10:31:48 PM EST, Jeff Hubbs via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
> >I've had a Buffalo DD-WRT-based wifi router since 2015. It sits behind
> >the supplied AT&T UVerse router and handles wifi for the portable
> >devices in the house as well as the uplink for the house switch that
> >supports all the wired systems. I saw tonight that Office Depot is
> >offering 20% off routers with the return of an old router so I thought
> >that it might be time. OD has a pretty good selection of Netgear's and
> >Linksys' offerings.
> >
> >Are there any models in particular you suggest or suggest avoiding? I
> >won't use the USB-based file-serving ability as I've got a file server
> >for that. As a point of reference, the Netgear Nighthawk AX4 at $200
> >pre-discount is as much as I care to spend.
> >
> >Thanks,
> >- Jeff