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Tenda Nova MW3 4-Pack $89.95, Tenda Nova MW6 4-Pack $178.95 + Delivery (Free for NSW, VIC, Brisbane) @ Shopping Square

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Tenda Nova MW3 AC1200 Home Mesh WiFi System 4pk (Buy 3 Get 1 Free) $89.95 + Delivery (Free for NSW and Brisbane)
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coupon code: FREEMW3

Tenda Nova MW6 AC1200 Home Mesh WiFi System 4pk (Buy 3 Get 1 Free) $178.95 + Delivery (Free for NSW and Brisbane)
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coupon code: FREEMW6

Tenda Beli SP3 Smart Wi-Fi Plug 4pk (Buy 3 Get 1 Free) $29.95 + Delivery (Free for NSW and Brisbane)
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coupon code: FREESP3

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    I only need two (small place). Is there anyone here who'd like to share so that we each get 2 nodes for $45?

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      Will be interested in this idea as well. Ta

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    How to these compare to the Deco M5? Can all 3 be connected to the ISP's modem/router over ethernet to act as a wifi extender? My house is pre-wired with CAT-6 in every room.

    • +5 votes

      Deco M5
      1000Mbps WAN & LAN.
      Quad-core processor @ 638MHz.
      256MB of RAM.
      Dual band AC1300 with 4 antennas on each node.
      VLAN 802.1Q support.
      Ethernet - around 850Mbps.
      Wi-Fi - up to around 460Mbps.

      Nova MW3
      100Mbps WAN & LAN.
      Single-core processor @ 600MHz.
      64MB of RAM.
      Dual band AC1200 with 2 antennas on each node.
      No VLAN 802.1Q support.

      Nova MW6
      1000 Mbps WAN & LAN.
      Single-core processor @ 1Ghz.
      128MB of RAM.
      Dual band AC1200 with 2 antennas on each node.
      No VLAN 802.1Q support.
      Ethernet - maximum of around 700Mbps.
      Wi-Fi - up to around 400Mbps.

      • +1 vote

        So the M5 is better for a slightly higher price. Thanks!

      • +2 votes

        thanks for this - was looking for similiar answers.

        Looks like the Deco M5 is what i'll look for too

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        What's the point of VLAN 802.1Q on an AP? I thought that would be done at the switch it connects to. Unless the AP has multiple wireless networks.

        • +2 votes

          The point is if you have FTTC, FTTP and HFC and are with iinet, TPG, Internode or some of the Vocus based ISPs that use VLAN on the ISP side of things you can then plugin the Deco to the nbn box and set the tag on the Deco with no extra hardware required.

          nbn box + TP-Link Deco.

          With the Tenda Nova MW3 or MW6 you need to add an extra unnecessary ISP modem or tag the port on a switch.

          nbn box + ISP modem + Tenda Nova MW3.

          That setup with the ISP modem is a double-NAT. Having the MW3 configured as an AP turns off settings. To remove the ISP modem an easy alternative with the MW3 or MW6 is to swap to an IPoE ISP - Superloop, Aussie BB, Telstra/Belong, Launtel, Vodafone.

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            @Twix: Hey, I'm with Superloop FTTP. So you're saying I can remove my current old router and just plug a MW3 unit in the NBN box and get it all going?

            • +1 vote

              @ARX-8 Laevatein: Yeah the nbn box + MW3 is all you need with Superloop. The MW3 is limited to 100Mbps. To get Gigabit or 250Mbps over FTTP you'd need a router upgrade.

              • +1 vote

                @Twix: Okay, thank you. I feel confident enough to make the purchase now.

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                  @ARX-8 Laevatein: Cool. What are you buying?

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                    @Twix: Just the Tenda Nova MW3 4-Pack $89.95 to play with for now.
                    I probably only need 2, with the spares I'm assuming that I can just use them in my other apartment which is FTTB.

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            @Twix: I should clear up that FTTP is the only type of nbn where TPG don't use VLAN tags. TPG uses VLAN tags with FTTC and HFC.

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      You don't always need to use the ISP modem. Yes they can be linked up with Ethernet. These create their own Wi-Fi. Do you have FTTN, FTTB, FTTC, FTTP, HFC? Who is the ISP?

  • +2 votes

    I’m sorry I can’t seem to figure out what exactly is bogof in this deal.

    • +7 votes

      It isn't. It's BTGOF

      • +5 votes

        Obligatory username checks out

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      Fixed.

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    BOGOF == Buy One Get One Free. In this case it's 4 for the price of 3.

  • +3 votes

    Amazon have it for $99 for MW3 and also take benefit of Shopback of up to 10% cashback

    this will be good if you are not in NSW and Brisbane

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      Awesome well grab it from Amazon via SB. Thank you Sir Jadeja. 😉

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        sorry no cb for this item on SB as lolcoaster said, my bad.

    • +1 vote

      No cashback on computers though

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      I bought the 2 pack last year for $70~. Love it.

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    I happy to share 2 of the 4 nodes around 2150 area.

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    should i get mw3 or mw6? looks like alot of people getting the mw3 even though its the lowest model. does this mean its sufficient enough for todays internet standard?

    • +2 votes

      Do you need more than 100mbit in every room?

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        yes that will be needed. i am building a very long narrow house. the wifi router will be at front of house. i dont think the wifi signal will be great at the end of the house. So would a MW3 suffice?

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          No, the MW3 is limited to 100mbit if wired, if wireless it will depend on signal strength.

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            @Lukian: wont be wired, does that mean i should get the MW6 so i can use it as a wireless and possibly get 100mbit?

            • +1 vote

              @MangoUbe: Get the MW6, 100mbit will be fine for your internet, but any file sharing over the network will be painful. 100mbit is now obsolete imo.

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                @Austrian Oak: But most Australia ISPs don't even offer more than 100mbps speeds?

                • +1 vote

                  @Hamlet: Most ISPs now offer Gigabit and 250Mbps on HFC and FTTP.

            • +2 votes

              @MangoUbe: Now is the perfect time to install Ethernet wiring into a new premises.

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                @Twix: what do you mean?

                • +1 vote

                  @MangoUbe: Get Ethernet wiring installed where the router and nodes will go so they can be linked up together and to the TVs before the walls go up. Ethernet gives you a more stable connection.

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      Depends on your household/use needs. It far and away suffices my single household.

  • +1 vote

    Hi Ozbargainers, couple of questions:

    1. Can the MW6 have ethernet backhaul over power lines? or something similar.
    2. Is the Deco M5 better and can do ethernet over power lines?

    Thx

    • +1 vote

      IME ethernet over power has been pretty slow - like slower than wireless. You has as well just use them as a wireless mesh rather than worry about EoP connections.

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    Can these be mix and match between the MW3 and MW6?

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      Yeah you can.

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        If so would you put the MW6 as the primary and the MW3 as the secondary or the other way round?

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          MW6 primary. MW3 secondary.

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    Thanks. Shipping was pretty quick in Sydney. Ordered on the 3rd and received today on the morning of the 5th. Got the MW3 4 pack.

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    For someone with 1000mbps on HFC… is this going to be good?

    Currently connected to my Neatgear Nighthawk via wifi at 866mbps (a few metres away direct line of sight) but rarelly hit 100-150bmps in the room on the far corner of the house.

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    Free delivery now includes VIC

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    Is there any store rep on here? i'm an idiot and forgot to add the promo code for the extra unit.

    • +1 vote

      @danilochan

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    How does one connect the MWx nodes using Ethernet? Is it LAN-out of the primary and WAN-in on the secondary?
    And I do have to do anything in the secure GUI?

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    Did you guys receive the extra bonus unit in the same delivery or it came separate? I made another purchase with the coupon code but only received the 3PK.

    • +1 vote

      I received my MW3 4 pack (3pack +1pack) taped together and wrapped up in 1 bundle.

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        Thanks for confirming, there might have been a mix up then. My first order (where i missed entering the coupon code) was refunded and i purchased the MW3 again with the coupon code the second time around. I wonder if they have now accidently dispatched my first order without the extra MW3 unit and not my new order that included it.