Tenda Nova MW3 3pk Home Mesh Wi-Fi System $99.95 Delivered @ Shopping Square

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  • +2 votes

    Deal of the MW6 around $150 would be great.

  • Deal on the TP Link Deco M5 for around $150 would be great thanks

  • +9 votes

    PSA: MW3 = limited to 100 Mbps WAN & LAN.

    • Wondering why it is not mentioned n specs

      Specifications
      Standard&Protocol IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u
      Interface 2 Ethernet ports per mesh node
      WAN and LAN on primary mesh node
      Both act as LAN ports on additional mesh nodes

      • its mention on the website:
        2 Fast Ethernet ports per mesh node
        1 WAN and LAN on primary mesh node
        Both act as LAN ports on additional mesh nodes

    • How to make sense out of this :

      Gigabit speed for smooth 4K videos
      Nova MW3 offers data rates up to 1200 Mbps and prioritizes 5 GHz network access, allowing you to enjoy lag-free 4K HD videos.

      • +2 votes

        It's all marketing.

        2.5Ghz = up to 300 Mbps.
        5Ghz = up to 867 Mbps.

        300 + 876 (900) = 1200 Mbps.

    • +3 votes

      Yeah I was getting a good 96mbps connection through wired and 5ghz wifi but upgraded to 250mbps NBN this month and now wish I got the MW6.

  • I have the 2 unit model and I'm very happy with it. Small house so don't need 3.

    • Same here, 3 bedder single level, covered by 2 mw3s on 5ghz band almost exclusively in the house and the yard. The microwave oven don't interfere now when it's on.

      Only have 50/20 NBN connection ,so the mw3s are more than enough for us.

  • Wish they have WiFi 6 and cheaper enough to buy.

  • This one is cheap! https://www.ebay.com.au/p/6032581644 - MW6 3 pack for $114

  • Do these connect into a current modem or the nbn box? How does this differ from a wifi extender?

    • It can be connected both ways. How you should do it depends on your answers to these questions.

      Do you use the landline or mobile to make phone calls?

      Who is the ISP your with?

  • I would love to see a deal on Netgear ORBI

    • $313 for Orbi RBK23 with TGG Commercial but has been OOS for a month (since I made my order) and even Netgear when I contacted their sales team directly have no idea when they're getting new stock into the country.

      I decided this morning that I didn't want to wait indefinitely and went with an eero 3 pack from Amazon for $299 instead and cancelled my order with TGG.

  • anyone know how the mw6 go or if they work with nbn? fibre to the curb

    • Do you use the landline or mobile to make phone calls?

      Who is the ISP your with?

    • I have FTTC and MW6 works great. NBN provides modem as part of FTTC equipment. ISPs saying “Give you a free modem” most of time if you sign a certain contract but really it is working as a router.
      Connect one of the MW6 and download the app then you can set up the whole thing easily and monitor the performance.
      One thing to mention that you need the username and password from your ISP and honestly I spent quite a while looking for that email.

      • so from the nbn fttc machine still stays and the wifi is replaced ?

      • You don't always need your ISP username & password. IPoE protocol ISPs eg. Superloop & Aussie BB are automatic.

  • Is this a good alternative to WiFi range extender/forwarder?

    I have a big house where the Ubiquity Unifi LR struggle to cover the far end. Can I use this pack to extend coverage without having to run additional ethernet cable?

    • This is way better than an extender. I used to run extender and would only get 8mbps at the furthest end of the house. Now with this mesh system it’s constant 45mbps. Best low cost mesh system I’ve ever bought. Ended up buying one more for my mum’s place.

    • You can use mesh with extra Ubiquiti access points.

    • As @Twix mentioned you can create a mesh network by adding an additional Unifi AP. This does not have to be cabled back to the router, you simply add it as a "wireless uplink" device. This would be a far superior solution than adding the Tenda mesh system to your network.

  • Sucks you can't pay via Paypal

  • Anyone know if these have Australian power adapters?

  • I've got this one in my reasonably large (30sq) 4 bedroom home. Full bars no matter where I am and has been trouble free. For the price it's great value.

    • Dear Nova Owner ;-) Quick question - is it possible to scale-up coverage by simply adding additional nodes? eg Buy 2 x 3pc sets and end up with a 6 node mesh?

      • Dear question asker ;-) Yes - there is an option in the app to 'Add Nova'. I'm not sure if there is an upper limit, but it must be more three.

      • What mansion do you live in?

        Yeah you can. Tenda recommended a maximum of 6 of the MW6.

        • LOL. Mansion it ain't - a 115yo inner city terrace house with solid walls up to 450mm thick.

          Entire block is only 4.5m wide(!!) but almost 80m long.

          Coverage needed not only in the house (at one end of the property) - but also in the Colourbond garage, which is a Faraday cage for weaker wifi signals (at the other end of the property).

          • +2 votes

            @OzDJ_: Thiccc house :-)

            Start with a 3 pack and go from there.

          • @OzDJ_: You might want to look into how the nodes interact with each other. They will either all talk to each other (and be able to daisy chain along your block), or possibly the slave nodes can only talk to the primary node (which wouldn't work too well for a block like yours). I'm not able to answer that for you sorry.