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    Hi Christopher,

    We’ve been in discussions with Cisco, and received / tested a unit, but it appears the model we’ve received doesn’t support all the features required.

    Cisco sales are now quoting us for a higher spec AP, and we’re waiting for delivery.

    We’ll keep you posted.




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    Thanks Andy.

    I may be a little vein here, while also keeping in consideration of the airwaves which is already crowded with wireless radios, and phones…
    I just hate having to go into a job with such a great professional rig and place something built for your home on top of some cases with an ethernet cable running to it.
    At first glance, it’s just ghetto looking and quite laughable.

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    You may want to check out professional AP’s from Ruckus ( as it appears in this article. They appear to be better than Cisco at some points. If I had the money, I’d buy a serious 19″ switch with PoE, and use more than one professional PoE powered AP that you can place wherever is best, without running to many cables.

    Also thanks to Kenlowt:,2985.html

    I was catching up on reading the other day and ran across this test on routers. I learned a lot from the article on why my router messes up some times.

    Best prices i could get so far on the ruckus 7363.

    My prayers have been heard, Dante is coming!

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