TP-Link 2.4GHz N300 Long Range Outdoor CPE for PtP and PtMP Transmission | Point to Point Wireless Bridge | 9dBi, 5km+ | Passive PoE Powered w/ Free PoE Injector | Pharos Control (CPE210)
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- Built in 9dBi 2x2 dual polarized directional MIMO antenna
- Adjustable transmission Power from 0 to 27dBm/500mW
- System level optimizations for more than 5km long-range wireless transmission (only for paired Point-to-Point or Point-to-MultiPoint transmission)
- TP Link Pharos tdma (Time Division Multiple Access) technology improves product Performance in throughput, Capacity and latency Performance
- Centralized management system Pharos Control
- AP/ client/ AP router/ AP client router (WISP) operation modes
- Passive PoE adapter Suppots up to 60 meter (200 Feet) Power over Ethernet deployment and allows the device to be reset remotely
- Connectivity technology: Wi-Fi Built In
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TP-LINK's 2.4GHz 300Mbps 9dBi Outdoor CPE, the CPE210 is dedicated to cost effective solutions for outdoor wireless networking applications. With its centralized management application, it is ideal for point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and outdoor Wi-Fi coverage applications. Professional performance, coupled with user-friendly design, makes CPE210 an ideal choice for both business and home users. Channel Bandwidth - 5/10/20/40MHz Frequency Range: 5.15~5.85GHz. Note: Available operating frequency may vary depending on the limitations of the countries or regions in which the device is used.; Interface Available: 1 x 10/100Mbps Shielded Ethernet Port (Passive PoE in), 1 Grounding Terminal, 1 Reset Button, 1 AC Jack with Earth Ground, 1 10/100Mbps Shielded Ethernet Port (Power + Data); Processor: Qualcomm Atheros Enterprise 560MHz CPU MIPS 74Kc; Internal Memory: 64MB DDR2 RAM 8MB Flash; Protocols Supported: TDMA Mode (with Pharos MAXtream enabled); System Requirement: Microsoft Windows 98SE NT 2000 XP Vista, or Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 MAC OS NetWare UNIX or Linux., Note: We recommend you to use one of following Web browsers for an improved user experience: Google Chrome Safari and Firefox. IE browsers are not recommended.; Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11a/n (with Pharos MAXtream disabled). Operating Temperature: -40℃~70℃ (-40℉~158℉).
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So thankful that this product solved my wifi problem, AND I don't have to turn in my IT card, lol
First of all, I have a Gigabit 1000x40 internet service through Spectrum. Hardline test right off the modem I'm realistically getting 860Mbps-900Mbps. I am using a Netgear Nighthawk R9000 router. As for the CPE link, I do not have ethernet cable ran through my house so on the transmitting end I am supplying a connection between my router and the AP via the TP-Link AV2000 powerline adapter. These are advertised at a theoretical connection speed of 2000Mbs. Realistically I'm getting 436Mbps as you can see from the utility screenshot. When performing a wired internet speed test of the PLA connection I'm getting a download speed of 61Mbps and an upload speed of 40Mbps. On the receiving end, the client antenna had an internet speed check of 61x40. This antenna is connected to another series of Powerline Adapters. This time I chose the TP-Link AV1000 due to its build in WiFi capability. The end WiFi connection speed check is still 61x34 with is very impressive to me. I realize that there is a huge reduction in speed from my connection at 900Mbps but what surprises me is the bottleneck isn't THESE antennas transmitting through the woods. That's the reason for me giving them such an excellent rating. On top of the strong connection from point to point, these antennas also provide WiFi coverage to most all of my 2-acre yard at full signal. I realize they are supposed to be directional antennas, but the signal does propagate outwards. I realize some people might not like the thought of their WiFi signal being within reach of their neighbors, but that's why you use a strong password. I personally like being able to get internet on my phone 500' from my house.
For those that claim that it could not retain settings, keep in mind there are two configs in most higher end network gear. This is certainly not higher end, but it works the same way. There is a running config and a stored config. This is to help with setup mostly. When you make and apply changes in the UI, it is in the running config. When you hit apply, it puts the settings in effect immediately. If you kill the connection with a bad config, cycle the power to load the stored config to go back to before the changes. Once you are happy with a good running config, go to the top of the UI page where you will see a prompt that you have in-saved changes. Click there to save the running config as the stored config. Now when you cycle the power, the settings will be retained.
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Perhaps I should have spotted this but it really is not clear from the description that it does not support standard WiFi frequencies. This is exacerbated by the sellers returns policy which charges for returns that on Amazon would be free. Ideally Amazon would make very clear on the item page that you are not dealing wiyh an outfit that does not support the same T's and C's
If 5Ghz only fits your needs great. Otherwise avoid.
The bug I experienced was that my clients were not able to detect the unit's SSID if the timestamp was wrong - the transmitter kept forgetting the time after every power cycle defaulting to a date in 2015. This made set-up quite difficult. It appears that the internal battery needed charging (?) as I have now been running the unit for a couple of days and it has started to remember the date and time after each power cycle. Unfortunately, the server time sync option doesn't work. Anyway, all set-up and working well now.
With the solid 300Mbps wireless connection the computers in the garage now get the same internet speed as if they were plugged directly into the router and faster than I was getting on the 2.4Ghz wifi in the house.
I also got my SkyQ minibox to work over the wireless link in the garage so i can stream TV when not working.
overall, very pleased. would recommend for anyone in a similar position.