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Ubiquiti AirRouter 802.11g/n Featuring Ubiquiti AirOS.

4.4 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews
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  • Integrated antennas
  • Supports WEP, WPA & WPA2
  • Includes Ubiquiti AirOS software & features
  • Max. indoor range: 328 ft.
  • Max. indoor data transfer rate: 150Mbps
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  • Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 8.4 x 8.5 inches
    • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • ASIN: B004EFLMAE
    • Item model number: AirRouter
    • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews
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    Verified Purchase
    I have to admit, I love Ubiquiti's stuff. It's feature-rich, robust and reliable. Their prices are comparable to D-Link, Netgear, Linksys, etc., but the devices give you a lot more flexibility because they were designed by a company that's making products for professional users. The AirRouter, though designed as a consumer device, uses the same software and similar hardware as their other equipment. The only downsides to it are that it is a single-band access point and it has an internal antenna, but both of those are pretty standard for a consumer product.

    This is the fifth Ubiquiti product I've personally purchased, and maybe the 20th or so I've worked with. If you know what you're doing, or if someone's setting the device up for you, this is a great tool. If you don't consider yourself a computer person, be aware that while AirOS is clear and easy to use if you know what you're looking for, it doesn't hold your hand.
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    You may not have heard of Ubiquiti Networks ("UBNT"), but they are well-known amongst people who run Wireless Internet Service Providers ("WISP"). Most of Ubiquiti's products are designed and intended for use in long-range backhaul applications, rather than to use as your personal access point or router. With this product (and a comparable Long Range version called the AirRouter-HP) , Ubiquiti is offering a device that its WISP customers can install into customer's homes and have the same familiar user interface that they use when the configure their backhaul equipment.

    What I liked:

    1. Great user interface: All Ubiquiti products use the same firmware. Ubiquiti refers to their firmware and user interface as AirOS. It is very flexible and very easy to use. Although the unit is only packaged with a Quick-Start guide, UBNT's web-site includes detailed documentation on every feature.

    2. Reliable: This device, like all UBNT devices, is very reliable. Set it up and leave it running, and it just works. With comparable devices from Netgear and Linksys, I find that I often have to reboot the devices to keep them running.

    3. High Powered: The output power and receive sensitivity is very good. However, they do offer an even higher power version called the AirRouter-HP, which has external antennas with a higher gain, and thus has an overall higher ERP and higher receive sensitivity. I suspect that most consumers will have no need for either. I don't like the HP version because it has a very unusual 5 volt POE adaptor that feeds power in through the internet port. If that adaptor goes bad, or the tab breaks off of the connector, it may be very difficult to replace. Fortunately, that design is not used on this model, which is the non-HP version.
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    The founder of Ubiquiti was part of the Apple dev team back in the days of the "Flying Saucer" AirPort and the user friendly design to the AirOS interface shows it. These devices (All AirOS based Ubiquiti wireless devices) are very focused on a very user-friendly interface, insanely powerful capabilities, and being price disruptive. We've been using Ubiquiti wireless devices since before their IPO and they've been enterprise grade since day one. These are an easy no-brainer compared to everything I've seen sold for consumer use. LinkSys, DLink, Buffalo, whatever... These bury the competition.

    Yes, the AirOS is based on DD-WRT, but heavily modified and updated more frequently. When kept updated, AirOS appear to resolve vulnerabilities or theoretical risk of well before DD-WRT. And if you're stuck on wanting DD-WRT, you've still got powerful hardware in a compact, wall-mount design.

    While most home users will run these as a wireless router, they work very well in AP mode and equally well as a wireless station (receiving the Internet source via wireless signal.)
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    This router is set-up in a business environment with anywhere from 60 to 70 computers connecting through it. It has never had to be rebooted and has never dropped a client. The range is good for our application, all the computers are on a single floor but spread out through about 6 rooms, possibly more if laptops are connected. The software is easy to setup and use. If I had to complain about something I would say it would be nice to be able to block certain websites through the software like some other brand routers are able to do. However, in my opinion this is not worth dropping its rating since this can be accomplished using other methods, it would just be nice to be able to do it from the router.
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    I bought this for a friend because their WiFi was constantly buggy. Now their WiFi is rock solid. I haven't had a single complaint (or noticed anything in four months.

    As you'll see from my other reviews, I discovered Ubiquiti about a year ago, and I've slowly been switching to their equipment as the need arises because their gear is simply rock-solid, and is an incredibly good value.

    This devices has been in use for over 4 months now, and hasn't required a single reset. My friend uses it purely for internet, and for that purpose it is perfectly suited.

    One little surprise when playing with its web interface was the capability to use the device as a spectrum analyzer. This allowed me to check when WiFi channels were being used nearby, and select a channel that was not being used.

    I've attached screenshots of speedtest.net tests I ran on it and also a view of the spectrum analyzer mode.

    For $30, there's essentially no competition. The $30 Linksys device I picked up literally melted itself. The PCB of the Linksys devices was brown when I took it apart to find out why it had died; the main IC had melted itself to the board.

    Overall, I'd highly recommend this product.
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