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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, 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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