TP-Link EAP245 Access Point Review

The TP-Link EAP245 has been around for almost a year, so it had enough time to find its place among the other AC1750 3×3 wireless access points, such as the widely popular Ubiquiti UAP-AC-PRO or the ambitious Open Mesh A60. Don’t get me wrong, the EAP series is not really new (and TP-Link has been around for a while and has a lot of experience in the networking department), so, in order to become more established in this overcrowded market, the device comes with a very accessible price tag (something common with TP-Link products) and it also has most of the features that both SMBs and the consumers have come to expect (including a centralised controller for better scalability options).

But, since offering a similarly equipped device as the competition is not going to be enough, the manufacturer has also added some very interesting features that you won’t find on other wireless access points (not in this price range), such as the MU-MIMO technology, the support for Load Balance, Fast Roaming 802.11k/v, the BeamForming tech and QoS (there’s also the support for PoE and the traditional DC power).

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