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Router that can handle 20 wireless connections

MarcoJEls
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Hi there!!!

 

I am looking for a router that can handle 20+ wireless connections and that isn't going to tear my wallet. The router will be used in my house, yes I know 20 is a lot for a house but I have a big family with a lot of devices. Any help will be appreciated!!!

 

Thank you

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Not really sure. Whats your budget?

 

You could also just grab more then one router and do a master/slave setup in which you connect the others via ethernet to the main one and switch them to bridge mode.

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Check out the UniFi range from Ubiquiti, they can easy handle this.

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Yeah, you're not going to be limited by the routing, but rather the wireless traffic. Should definitely look at dedicated gear for wireless.

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Check out the UniFi range from Ubiquiti, they can easy handle this.

 

I'd happy vouch for this. We have dozens of these deployed.

 

Lol, sorry for the double post. Scrolled down too far and entered in the wrong field :(

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Another vote for the UniFi's. Get the standard or long range.

 

I have them deployed at work and they.. work great. (School district)

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