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Multiple EAP1750H in smaller house?

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Hi

I know that it's possible to connect to EAP1750H using WDS Access Point. However, that mean they will talk to each other wirelessly.

I wonder if it's possible to setup two EAP1750H, both wired to the LAN, but the two APs should have the same SSID, channels etc so that the clients will switch seamless between the different APs.

If it's possible, what would the best practices for a setup like this be?

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If your budget affords two EAP1750H's then look at the newer EnTurbo line. 

I've used the 1750's for a while, but have had major problems with them ONLY because of the horrible Firmware!

Never allow auto-firmware updates and Never be too anxious to upload the newest firmware. If it's working leave it alone unless it's absolutely necessary, but be prepared to roll it back!

I'm going with the EAP2200 or EAP1300 since they are Wave2 devices for Future-Proofing. https://www.engeniustech.com/engenius-products/enturbo-tri-band-11ac-wave-2-indoor-wireless-access-point/

I'm not crazy about the EMR3000 and if you locate the AP correctly in the house since it's smaller you might get away with just one because of the Wave2 technology.

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