Unifi Replacement Router List

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We all know that the stock Unifi router supplied by Telekom Malaysia is bad, it perform poorly and unstable. Here are some routers that are compatible with Unifi and easily available in Malaysia.

They are sorted according to their price from the most expensive the the cheapest.

Please leave a comment below if I miss out any router.

Full Unifi Compatibility:

The routers listed below are fully compatible without complicated configuration required. Just follow the user guide and you are good to go.

Asus:

Asus routers are known for their excellent Unifi support. They are generally easy to configure and all new models are fully compatible with Unifi. You can refer to this article on how to setup Unifi on Asus Router.

D-Link:

Most D-Link routers are fully compatible with Unifi. All models listed below are fully compatible with Unifi. Just make sure you are running the latest Malaysia/Singapore firmware.

TP-LINK:

WARN: Not all hardware version support Unifi! Make sure you get the correct version!

WARN: Unifi is broken on certain firmware with Hardware NAT. Disable Hardware NAT may fix it.

Note : You may need to flash your device to the Malaysia firmware. Get it from http://tp-link.com.my.

  • Archer C2600 Remark: QoS disabled when VLAN is enabled.
  • Archer C7 V2
  • Archer C2
  • TL-WDR4300 V1
  • TL-WDR3600 V1
  • TL-WR1043ND V1, V2
  • Archer C20
  • TL-WR841HP V1
  • TL-WR841N V7, V8, V9
  • TL-WR841ND V7, V8, V9

Partial Unifi Compatibility:

You need to manually configure VLAN tagging. Support for IPTV is available but may be more difficult to configure.

Netgear:

Please refer to this article on how to configure manual VLAN tagging.

  • R6400
  • R7000
  • R7900
  • R8000
  • R8500

Linksys:

Click the link for the instruction on how to configure the router for Unifi.

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radzuan

Hi,
My unifi had been upgraded to Turbo 500mbps. I replaced the previous router to Tenda AC1900 but during speedtest – the speed is only up to 98++mbps. Any special setting for Tenda? I have called TM100 last two week but until now they still not come back to me.

Lai Tuck Lee
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Lai Tuck Lee

Hello,
My unifi speed just upgrade to 300mbps. I’m using a Asus AC1200HP. I have connected to the router to a Lan PCI Gigabit card but seems it does not spike to 300 or at least 200 plus it is only 90 plus. What could be the issue. The router firmware is 3.0.0.4.380.8352. Thank you

Roland Wong
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Roland Wong

I recently bought a china version of asus RT-AC86U router, how to flash the firmware to Malaysia version or configure its settings?

Kent
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Kent

Hello, I am using Asus RT-N12 ( 3in1 ), recently my unifi upgrade to turbo 500mbps, if i no wrong my router can support till 300mbps but i only get 60mbps to 80mbps all time,
modem to router to desktop using lan cable cat5e, so any idea what happen ? and i using wifi speed test only get 20mbps all time.
if change to new router which router are suitable for me? i prefer Asus Model & don over RM 600 ( if can ) .

kenny
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kenny

Hi, I am currently using RT-N14UHP. I would like to know which asus router have the same signal coverage as RT-N14UHP for 2.4ghz but also have 5ghz ? i am eyeing on RT-AC55UHP or RT-AC1300UHP.. Which is better or there is any other model?Thanks

kurosaki
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kurosaki

Hi! i got some problem here my house is using this Unifi Attach with fibre is Onu-Alcatel-Lucent-I240g the wireless is Networks L7-n-r2000 i just bought the Asus Rt-n12hp to replace the old wireless but after configure it was not able to work can i know is that anything else that i miss the configure? thanks

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