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How can I tell if Wi-Fi Plant Sensor is compatible with my Wi-Fi access point?

Last Updated: Jul 21, 2014 11:44AM UTC

The Wi-Fi Plant Sensor is developed to be compatible with most available Wi-Fi access points. We have tested it with the following access points:

  • Linksys WRT54GL
  • ZyXEL WAP3205
  • Netgear N150 WNR1000v3
  • Apple AirPort Express A1264 (note: a customer reported that it only works with WDS disabled)
  • Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH (DD-WRT)
  • Belkin F7D4302 v1000
  • Fritz!Fon 7150
  • MiFi 2352
  • D-Link DI-524
  • Airport Extreme A1408 (note: older models are unsupported; WDS must be disabled)
  • ZyXEL Prestige 660 HN
  • Verizon FiOS/Actiontec MI424WR
  • Neufbox Evolution V6 (Version NB6-MAIN-R3.2.8) (note: works with WEP, WPA2 Personal (PSK) with AES only or WPA Personal with TKIP only. Does not work with: WPA Personal (PSK) with (TKIP and AES))
  • BOX SFR NB6 works just with WPA or WPA2
  • BOX SFR NB4 works with WPA2

Problems were reported with the following access points:
  • D-Link DSL 2640B
  • Apple Time Capsule
  • T-Com Speedport W 700V and T 920 V
  • Netgear CG3100
  • Comcast seems to be incompatible when used together with AirPort in Bridging Mode
  • Freebox Revolution v6 Model "Starck" (note: some customers reported that it works using WPA2)
  • Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router EA6400

If compatibility problems should arise, please write an email to support@koubachi.com, indicating the exact model and version of your access point, as well as the device identifier of your Wi-Fi Plant Sensor.

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