This page is used to document device compatibility and recommendations.
These are devices that can run the MassMesh firmware. They provide access to the mesh via wifi access points as well as ethernet, while also meshing with nearby nodes automatically.
These are devices that are known to work well with meshing software.
|Brand||Model||Usecase||Yggdrasil Speed (D/U)||Outdoor||Year||MSRP||Used Price|
|Globalscale||Espressobin v5||Exit / Relay||~300Mbit/s||No||2017||$49.00||?|
|PC Engines||APU2||Exit / Relay||950/927 Mbit/s||No||?||$115.00||?|
|TP-Link||Archer C7 AC1750||Exit / Relay||?||No||2013||$99.99||$40|
|TP-Link||TL-WDR3500||Exit / Relay||?||No||2012||$44.99||$25|
|TP-Link||TL-WDR4300||Exit / Relay||?||No||2012||$109.99||?|
|Ubiquiti||UAP AC Mesh||Addon Radio||?||Yes||2016||$99.00||?|
Work in Progress Devices
These are devices that currently don't work with the MassMesh firmware, but are currently being evaluated and worked on to add support. If you are looking to host a node, we do not recommend that you buy one of these, as it's not guaranteed that they will work well or even work at all in the mesh.
If you would like to assist with adding device support, check in with the tech team on the status of these devices and what you can do to help.
|Xiaomi||Mi Router 3||Home||No||?||$39.99|
Point to Point
These are devices that provide direct links between 2 locations. They usually use directional antennas to allow long range links. These radios can augment a mesh node by bridging longer distances that are otherwise hard to bridge.
|Ubiquiti||Litebeam 5AC Gen2||PtP||Yes||?||?|