Edimax RE11 Gemini AC1200 Dual-Band Home Wi-Fi Roaming Kit Reviewed

thiggins

Mr. Easy
Staff member
Edimax' Gemini RE11 AC1200 Dual-Band Home Wi-Fi Roaming Kit takes a different, and cheaper, approach to building a mesh wireless network.

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mactenchi

Occasional Visitor
Edimax said the product doesn't support band steering or load balancing among RE11Ses, nor does it support 802.11v, k and r.
Ugh, why won't any of the vendors support the standards that help roaming?
 

sfx2000

Part of the Furniture
I've done that with my setup using two APs connected via powerline, but am waiting for someone to support 802.11k, v, and r before I upgrade.

Is there a true technical reason - or just community/tribal knowledge?

Tribal Knowledge is often wrong...
 

pete y testing

Very Senior Member
mediatek chipset , ekkkk last experience i had with mediatek wasnt a plesent one , you generally find them in the budget end of the market
 

thiggins

Mr. Easy
Staff member
Ugh, why won't any of the vendors support the standards that help roaming?
Some do. It's a work in process. But these standards require implentation on the client to work. Edimax' technique works with any client. It doesn't address stubborn clients that won't roam until a connection disappears, though.
 

Mark Galperin

New Around Here
Edimax' Gemini RE11 AC1200 Dual-Band Home Wi-Fi Roaming Kit takes a different, and cheaper, approach to building a mesh wireless network.

Read on SmallNetBuilder[/QUOTE]
Edimax' Gemini RE11 AC1200 Dual-Band Home Wi-Fi Roaming Kit takes a different, and cheaper, approach to building a mesh wireless network.

Read on SmallNetBuilder
I suppose it's useful units, because give us 802.11ac standard, easy installation and roaming of course.
 

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