i will be replacing our Ubiquity AP's (a mixture of Unifi and Picostation) in a four-storey, concrete walls appartment complex with Routerboard Hardware.
While the wireless signal propagation was satisfying, the UBNT stuff is performing very unreliable with Notebooks and mobile clients (frequent WPA error disconnects, AP suddenly unresponsive for minutes, etc...).
I thought about deploying Groove A-2HN's with the 5dbi N-type rubber antenna, because this would be more turn-key deployment than having to assemble 711UA-2HnD's with enclosures, pigtails, etc... Plus the Grooves are smaller.
Are there any reasons that speak against using RB Grooves for that kind of indoor deployment ?
Thx for your input!