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I have been lurking around here for about a week now. I was trying to find a fon, or a low cost equivalent and came across the open-mesh. It appears to be the exact same hardware. The only problem is, there are 2 versions, according to their website.

the low-cost version, and the "professional" version.

They say the professional version has a higher POE length, due to higher voltage from the power supply.

I guess there is also a watch-dog chip on the pro version.

My question is, are both compatible with OpenWRT/Jasager?

Does the pro version perform that much better?

I can't find answers to these questions anywhere. I can't even find any reference to either specific version, other than on the open-mesh site itself.

Does anyone have any experience with this?

Thanks in advance.

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lulz

I bought the professional version, obvi.

Thanks for the reply though. Anyone know if the pro is going to work?

I'll figure it out once it comes, but I am impatient.

I was originally going to get the cheaper one, but they charge a ton for shipping. So I found the more expensive one on amazon for cheaper shipping. So I figured I would get the l33t version for just a couple bucks more.

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lulz

I bought the professional version, obvi.

Thanks for the reply though. Anyone know if the pro is going to work?

I'll figure it out once it comes, but I am impatient.

I was originally going to get the cheaper one, but they charge a ton for shipping. So I found the more expensive one on amazon for cheaper shipping. So I figured I would get the l33t version for just a couple bucks more.

Yeah they wanted $33 for shipping, that is ridiculous. I guess if you order like 20 of them it would be worth it.

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