Wi-Fi

About Wi-Fi

Fast and Reliable WiFi Solutions from MiRO in South Africa

 

Over the years WiFi has evolved into a necessity across all sectors of education, business and home use. This also means that it has become more complex to select the correct WiFi solution, from standalone WiFi access points, to advanced centrally managed Wi-Fi systems for large businesses, malls or sport stadiums.

 

This page is intended to clarify the most frequently asked questions and guide you towards the WiFi solutions that you need. We offer an extensive range of WiFi products, including WiFi routers, range extenders, network cards, access points, smart plugs and much more.
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Wi-Fi FAQ's

What is the best Wi-Fi router in South Africa?

The ideal router would be easy to set up and would deliver the full bandwidth supplied by your ISP, across your entire home or office. Whether you are looking for Wi-Fi for your home or office, or if you are an ISP looking for the best Wi-Fi for your customers, a MiRO expert can help you choose the perfect router from our selection of TP-Link, Tenda, Ubiquiti, Cambium and MikroTik devices.

What you need to know before buying a Wi-Fi router?

The most important questions you need to ask will be; the amount of bandwidth you are provided with from your ISP, the size of the area that will need Wi-Fi coverage, the number of brick walls through which the signal will have to pass, and the number of devices that will be connected on the Wi-Fi network. With this information, our experts at MiRO will be able to provide you with great advice and the correct solution.

How much does it cost for a Wi-Fi router?

Depending on whether you are looking for a Wi-Fi 4, 5 or Wi-Fi 6 router, MiRO has a whole range of options, from budget-friendly options that will suit your pocket for a couple hundred Rands, all the way through to routers that will suit even the most bandwidth-hungry users, such as gamers, office workers, and whole families all streaming simultaneously.

Will buying a new router improve my Wi-Fi?

Although a new router will not improve the bandwidth from your ISP, it will help to transfer data much faster between devices on your local network. Newer Wi-Fi 5 and 6 routers can also help reduce latency, accommodate more simultaneous users and improve the Wi-Fi connectivity range in your home and office.

What Wi-Fi access point should I buy?

At MiRO we have a wide variety of Wi-Fi 4, 5 and Wi-Fi 6 Access Points from Ubiquiti, TP-Link, MikroTik, Tenda, Cambium and Grandstream. Whether you need a solution for your home, office or any other solution, speak to the experts at MiRO who will happily assist you in planning and selecting the perfect solution for your needs.

Is mesh Wi-Fi better than access points?

All Wi-Fi technologies cater for different applications. Requiring no cabling, mesh is scalable, easy and quick to set up, ideal for your home. Add more devices to eliminate any dead spots. Enterprise Wi-Fi access points are better suited to offices and large public spaces where tens, hundreds or even thousands of AP’s can be deployed.

Should I buy an access point or router?

Different Wi-Fi devices cater for different applications. Routers offer limited range and are typically best suited for your home, also allowing secure connectivity to your ISP. Access points are better suited to offices and large public spaces, providing connectivity to a multitude of users and devices.

What are the factors to consider when choosing a wireless solution?

Depending on whether you are deploying the solution in a home, office or public space, some of the factors to consider are, required throughput, stability, reliability and the amount of users that need to be catered for on the network. Speak to our product experts at MiRO for advice. 

How do I set up a Wi-Fi network?

There are different WiFi devices and setting up these devices can range from a graphical web interface, a simple App setup or a centralised setup and management from a server or cloud platform. 

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Wi-Fi

About Wi-Fi

Fast and Reliable WiFi Solutions from MiRO in South Africa

 

Over the years WiFi has evolved into a necessity across all sectors of education, business and home use. This also means that it has become more complex to select the correct WiFi solution, from standalone WiFi access points, to advanced centrally managed Wi-Fi systems for large businesses, malls or sport stadiums.

 

This page is intended to clarify the most frequently asked questions and guide you towards the WiFi solutions that you need. We offer an extensive range of WiFi products, including WiFi routers, range extenders, network cards, access points, smart plugs and much more.
Show more ...

Wi-Fi FAQ's

What is the best Wi-Fi router in South Africa?

The ideal router would be easy to set up and would deliver the full bandwidth supplied by your ISP, across your entire home or office. Whether you are looking for Wi-Fi for your home or office, or if you are an ISP looking for the best Wi-Fi for your customers, a MiRO expert can help you choose the perfect router from our selection of TP-Link, Tenda, Ubiquiti, Cambium and MikroTik devices.

What you need to know before buying a Wi-Fi router?

The most important questions you need to ask will be; the amount of bandwidth you are provided with from your ISP, the size of the area that will need Wi-Fi coverage, the number of brick walls through which the signal will have to pass, and the number of devices that will be connected on the Wi-Fi network. With this information, our experts at MiRO will be able to provide you with great advice and the correct solution.

How much does it cost for a Wi-Fi router?

Depending on whether you are looking for a Wi-Fi 4, 5 or Wi-Fi 6 router, MiRO has a whole range of options, from budget-friendly options that will suit your pocket for a couple hundred Rands, all the way through to routers that will suit even the most bandwidth-hungry users, such as gamers, office workers, and whole families all streaming simultaneously.

Will buying a new router improve my Wi-Fi?

Although a new router will not improve the bandwidth from your ISP, it will help to transfer data much faster between devices on your local network. Newer Wi-Fi 5 and 6 routers can also help reduce latency, accommodate more simultaneous users and improve the Wi-Fi connectivity range in your home and office.

What Wi-Fi access point should I buy?

At MiRO we have a wide variety of Wi-Fi 4, 5 and Wi-Fi 6 Access Points from Ubiquiti, TP-Link, MikroTik, Tenda, Cambium and Grandstream. Whether you need a solution for your home, office or any other solution, speak to the experts at MiRO who will happily assist you in planning and selecting the perfect solution for your needs.

Is mesh Wi-Fi better than access points?

All Wi-Fi technologies cater for different applications. Requiring no cabling, mesh is scalable, easy and quick to set up, ideal for your home. Add more devices to eliminate any dead spots. Enterprise Wi-Fi access points are better suited to offices and large public spaces where tens, hundreds or even thousands of AP’s can be deployed.

Should I buy an access point or router?

Different Wi-Fi devices cater for different applications. Routers offer limited range and are typically best suited for your home, also allowing secure connectivity to your ISP. Access points are better suited to offices and large public spaces, providing connectivity to a multitude of users and devices.

What are the factors to consider when choosing a wireless solution?

Depending on whether you are deploying the solution in a home, office or public space, some of the factors to consider are, required throughput, stability, reliability and the amount of users that need to be catered for on the network. Speak to our product experts at MiRO for advice. 

How do I set up a Wi-Fi network?

There are different WiFi devices and setting up these devices can range from a graphical web interface, a simple App setup or a centralised setup and management from a server or cloud platform. 

TP-Link Deco E4 AC1200 Whole-Home...
TP-DECOE4-3P
R3,622.50 (Incl. VAT)
TP-Link M7200 150Mbps 4G LTE Mobile...
TP-M7200
R1,315.60 (Incl. VAT)
MikroTik PWR-LINE AP
MT-PL7411-2ND
R907.35 (Incl. VAT)
Tenda 802.11N WiFi Nano USB Adapter |...
TE-W311M
R117.30 (Incl. VAT)

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