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TP-Link Deco M5 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi Router System 2 Pack $132.54 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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If you just wanted the 2 pack, these have dropped $23 or so since they were $153 last week when the 3 pack $200 deal was posted.

$130.04 sold by Harris, fulfilled by Amazon AU. If you prefer you can buy directly through Amazon for $132.54 (extra $2.50), click other sellers on Amazon to change it.

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  • +1

    thanks OP. grab popcorn : )

    • +2

      Oops! It didn't click until now, Harris Technology, ie HT. I might change title to Amazon then for the sake of $2.50 but people can choose which they prefer.

  • +2

    I have had previous issues with this seller not being able to understand my address via ebay. Am I likely to have the same issue with Amazon?

    • That would be an issue with the ebay invoicing system itself. The seller gets the address details from what's recorded through ebay.

      The seller for the $132.54 is Amazon Australia itself. I have not heard of Amazon itself dealing on ebay. That should work for you just fine.

      But even if you select Harris Technology for the $130.04. Well it uses the Amazon ordering system and is shipped by Amazon. Amazon is selling it on behalf of Harris Technology but Harris Technology supplied the stock into the Amazon warehouse where it's shipped out from to the buyer. So you will have no problems either there as it bypasses the Harris Technology invoicing system itself.

      • +1

        Reality: there no issue with addresses on ebay or their system - HT simply used it as an excuse to not fulfill orders using that coupon.

  • Do these do VLAN tagging on the WAN side? I need VLAN for my FutureBB FTTC account.

    Also does ethernet backhaul work on these?

    • +2

      VLAN ID for ISPs = check.
      Hard wired ethernet backhaul = check.

      Ask Future BB to remove the VLAN ID off your service if you want.

  • Is it true you can have too many of these? And worsen signal?

  • $183 for 3pack at TGG commercial

    • And $79 for a single unit.

  • What are these good for, mainly multi storey houses?

    Mine isn’t multiethnic story but long and wifi is pretty ordinary down the back of the house.

    Are they also compatible with 250/20 speeds? My GL-inet 750 is sloooooow as a repeater

    • These are good for long properties and is suitable for 250/25Mbps.

      Deco M5 Ethernet = around 850Mbps.
      Deco M5 Wi-Fi 5 = up to around 460Mbps.

      • Awesome, so, do these replace my Netgear FTTP router, or can these be installed as repeaters of my router? Sorry newb to this

        • For most setups the Deco M5 replaces the Netgear router and plugs into the nbn NTD. I recommend doing it this way.

          If you want you can keep the Netgear for router purposes only and turn off the Netgear Wi-Fi and plug Deco M5 into the Netgear LAN port. Go into the Deco advanced menu and configure the Deco as the Wi-Fi access point.

          Deco doesn't repeat the Netgear Wi-Fi signal. Deco will create it's own Wi-Fi network.

          What’s the difference between Access Point mode and Router mode on the Deco?

    • +10

      I think these will work regardless of your ethnicity.

  • I have Optus nbn fttc, would I be able to plug these directly into the nbn box and remove the Optus router altogether?

    • +2

      yes

  • +1

    I have these and they work great except in Zoom. Search google, lot of folks have issues on Zoom. If used in Access Point mode then all the problems go away.

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