What do you think they're going to cost? No flea-bay deals on these for a while...Thank you been sitting out the WiFi 6 *50 series to go with a longer term WiFi 6E variants for my home upgrade where I can be consistently within range and have the devices to utilize. Looks like 860 or 660 for me a year or 2 from now. Also looks like increased power with Poe ++ for 6E by what is out from ruckus so far.
I expect them to retail at similar prices to the 850 and 650, but hold that for quite some time before any potential deals can be had. So I might not be installing one for 2-4 years unless I am willing to pay near full price.What do you think they're going to cost? No flea-bay deals on these for a while...
As stated 3 is likely overkill, I say that as someone that went with 3, and 4 almost certainly is unless the house is really huge or a high rise with 4-5 floors for you.Unless you’re building a 10,000 sq.ft. house or using solid concrete block interior walls, 3-4 R610’s sounds way overkill. I’d definitely run 2x Cat6/Cat6a drops to 3, 4, or 5 different locations where an access point may be handy to have since wire drops are cheap during construction, but I’d hold off on buying that much hardware until I’d had a chance to see how 1 or 2 does in that space.
My concern here would be coverage for floors 4 and moreso 5 as the wifi coverage above a ceiling-mounted r710 drops off quickly. The antenna array is optimized below and to the sides of their ceiling mounted AP's.I'm currently planning the network installation for the new house (concrete and bricks). There'll be 5 floors including the basement, I'm planning to start with two ceiling mounted R710s (one on the 3rd floor, one on the 1st floor). I'll have some more Cat 6 drops installed, but the contractor charges €220 per drop.
ruckus$ cat /etc/version 220.127.116.11.243 based on //depot/release/unleashed_18.104.22.168 CL 839647 ruckus$ bsp set fixed_ctry_code 0 ruckus$ bsp commit Saving flash ..... bdSave: sizeof(bd)=0x7c, sizeof(rbd)=0xd0 caching flash data from /dev/mtd16 [ 0x00000000 - 0x00010000 ] updating flash data [0x00000000 - 0x0000007c] from [0x7e9f3a6c - 0x7e9f3ae8] updating flash data [0x00008000 - 0x000080d0] from [0x7e9f3ae8 - 0x7e9f3bb8] _erase_flash: offset=0x0 count=1 Erasing 64 Kibyte @ 0 -- 100 % complete caching flash data from /dev/mtd16 [ 0x00000000 - 0x00010000 ] verifying flash data [0x00000000 - 0x0000007c] from [0x7e9f3a6c - 0x7e9f3ae8] verifying flash data [0x00008000 - 0x000080d0] from [0x7e9f3ae8 - 0x7e9f3bb8] ... Changes saved to flash
Yes, but I'm biased because I have an R510 and R610 at home.Any thoughts here? Are older R710 ac units a bad buy today? It really feels wrong to spend money on previous gen tech, but maybe it doesn't matter, especially since our Wifi use is limited (most work done on desktops, everything that isn't a laptop oe a phone is hardwired, very little "smart" devices)
Can anyone tell me how many SSID's these devices support? And do they support a trunked multi-VLAN upload and then assigning different VLAN's to different SSID's, like I am currently doing with my Unifi devices? Switch on the other end would be Mikrotik.
Ugh... 3 years later I still cannot stand the dumbed down oversimplified marketing language that Wifi 4/5/6 is.