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PsyWulf

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Secure reliable, not a R400 piece of junk
I haven't used a bad mikrotik yet,but unfortunately there's models near your pricepoint so they are disqualified?
Also the barrier to entry can be high for novice users
 

roughiain

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I haven't used a bad mikrotik yet,but unfortunately there's models near your pricepoint so they are disqualified?
Also the barrier to entry can be high for novice users
Think you read the price point wrong :)

I expect to pay for a good device. Which microtik would recommend.
 

SauRoNZA

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Think you read the price point wrong :)

I expect to pay for a good device. Which microtik would recommend.
He was pointing out that Mikrotik make amazing devices but are apparently too cheap for you and must therefore be junk.
 

PsyWulf

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Think you read the price point wrong :)

I expect to pay for a good device. Which microtik would recommend.
Nope pretty accuratr read. I've used the hAP lite in some smaller setups,retailed at R370
That said any of the current gen RB's should do fine,the 3011 being able to route gigabit speed internet traffic perfectly

If you are going unifi and can sacrifice a little max speed the USG is decent up to 800mbps if memory serves
 

smc

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If you are going unifi and can sacrifice a little max speed the USG is decent up to 800mbps if memory serves
If you don't enable intrusion detection/prevention, it will do the full 1G, but if you do enable IDS/IPS, then yes, 800m is more likely, depending on what else you have enabled.
 

roughiain

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The RB760IGS looks like the complete package with SFTP port, could replace the one supplied by the fibre company
 

MDKza

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MikroTik is fine people just don't know how to secure them.
Seen multiple with access from the internet side with default passwords.
They even hack those things to mine bitcoin..
If you can secure it - it will do the job fine.

I use a USG. Same story. Works very well.
 

Genisys

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The RB760IGS looks like the complete package with SFTP port, could replace the one supplied by the fibre company
You'll more than likely not be able to remove your fibre providers ONT. The 760 is a Good device, it will do 1Gbps, but not 1Gbps IPsec. You'll have to tell us what you want to do with the Mikrotik and we will be able to give a recommendation.
 

roughiain

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You'll more than likely not be able to remove your fibre providers ONT. The 760 is a Good device, it will do 1Gbps, but not 1Gbps IPsec. You'll have to tell us what you want to do with the Mikrotik and we will be able to give a recommendation.
It seems vox is using Mikrotik, not sure what model and how configurable it will be
 

Jade @ ZA Domains

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This thread....
has started something....(costly)
Looks like I'm about to replace entire network with Ubiquiti toys
 
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