Reply To: Ethernet problems

Dave Rice
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Not cheap, but Ubiquiti do an In-Wall WiFi 5 PoE Access Point. TP-Link’s Omada AC1200 Wall-Plate Access Point is considerably cheaper at £58 but the Omada controller software looks terribly clunky compared to Ubiquiti’s.

A few of those in strategic locations and you may cure your WiFi issues too. Broadbandbuyer would set them all up for you and give you a free cloud service for a year. It’s only £2.50 a year after that anyway.