AmpliFi HD WiFi System by Ubiquiti Labs, Seamless Whole Home Wireless Internet Coverage, HD WiFi Router, 2 Mesh Points, 4 Gigabit Ethernet, 1 WAN Port, Ethernet Cable (AmpliFi HD UniBody)
|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, Ethernet|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11ac|
|Number of Ports||4|
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Enjoy stronger, more useful connectivity with this AmpliFi HD mesh Wi-Fi system. The included router and MeshPoint devices work together to help eliminate dead zones and provide a more stable and usable Wi-Fi network.
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2022
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If you have ever used a nest product and were satisfied with it, then you get the same feel of quality and simplicity from this product.
I have not had to interact with tech support so I can accurately judge / rate that so it got a 5 star by default.
Extremely well packaged. Much like, apple, nest, beats packaging, very nice first impression
Well built and sturdy. The base is a bit smaller than a small tissue box. The mesh antennas are almost twice the size of a standard wall outlet. The antennas are connected to the 3 prong power adapter by high powered magnet. The antennas do pivot if required, which is neat.
The application was easy to download and interact with. Initially it connects a default ssid automatically.
The wizard walks you through configuring the system. Very simple to follow steps and if you do them right it will connect to the internet and suggest a firmware update, most likely. If you have the mesh antennas, make sure they are plugged in and connected to the base before updating firmware.
I have AT&T Fiber. I just disabled my wifi on the ATT router. Plugged the Amplifi base internet port into the router switch port. After going through the wizard it was internet connected and all wireless devices were connected. I used the same SSID and WPA2 Preshared key that was configured on the ATT router. This way I didn't have to reconfigure all 20 plus devices in my home. It was that simple to install. Make sure you use the Ethernet cable that comes with Amplifi. I was using a bad cable and was getting poor performance.
I have not had any performance problems at all with the device since it has been installed.
This does support IPv6, Port Forwarding, Band Steering, NAT UPNP, Bridge Mode. I was only disappointed I could not adjust the DNS settings in DHCP settings
Amazon had a replacement to me before I could even get the broken one back to them. The replacement installed and is working like it should.
If you like speed, range and the ability to make minor customization this could be for you.
Would be nice if the transmitters had an Ethernet port.
be aware the design has changed and you cannot angle the transmitters anymore. Not sure if it's better or not, but the look good.