OC200 and OC300 Differences

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OC200 and OC300 Differences
OC200 and OC300 Differences
2021-11-24 10:03:01
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Hi guys!! I do have an OMADA 225 Ceiling Mount and Wall Mount Access Points installed in my house and I want to use its seamless roaming and mesh function. My internet speed in my current set-up as standalone AP's reaches up to 150mbps. What particular model of OMADA controller should I use if I want to retain its current speed for my gigabit access points? OC200 and OC300?

Current setup:

ISP Modem > Archer C80 Gigabit Router > 16 Ports TP-Link Gigabit Switch > OMADA 225 Ceiling Mount and Wall Mount Access Points. Thanks and I will greatly appreciate your replies.

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Re:OC200 and OC300 Differences
2021-11-24 20:41:39 - last edited 2021-11-24 20:49:42

@Tony_Hart007 

 

Maybe you misunderstand the role of the controller,  its basically your means to manage the network and the monitor it.

Controller has no impact on the network speed of your attached devices.  

OC200 is all you need.   

 

OC200 can handle 

• Up to 100 Omada access points, 20 JetStream switches, and 10 Omada routers
• Up to 1,000 Clients

basically more you would on your network and have heaps of overcapacity to grow the network you are describing. 

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