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Ideally it would be separate (possibly more for security than anything else – anyone can install the free iPad app and control the surface) but it seems to be more important to get the wireless router/access point correct.

For example we’re using a D-Link DIR-615, but with the stock firmware we were getting regular dropouts (every 30s or so) which made it unusable. Upgrading to DD-WRT made it 100 times more reliable.

A&H publish a list of ‘known good’ routers: https://www.allen-heath.com/UK/CategoryDocuments/iLive_Router_Compatibility.pdf