Thanks all, a lot of great input and links to read!
@Tyler - I have not explored the house to the detail of cable ducts yet, but I will definitely be able to run Ethernet cables to the mesh-points. The Ubiquiti ones support PoE as well, so only one cable will be required. I have been looking at the UniFi as well, but not sure if I will use the extras that come with it. I don’t really need a lot of enterprise scale management tools. (At least, I don’t think I do.)
@stu_w The TP Link is also on my list of systems to consider. Intrusion detection sounds like a useful feature actually.
@arjunmurti As I am in Sweden, the eero isn’t an option. They currenly only ship in the US and Canada. Glad to hear you have good experience with mesh-systems for increased coverage!
@herrevjan Takk for det! Will also take a look at what Linksys is currently offering as well then.
@bowline Yeah, Wi-Fi 6 is kinda close by now… unfortunately, I need to install this system in late April, early May, so I’m not really in the position to wait it out this time. However, AC speeds have not been an issue for me this far so I should be good.
@SpivR Yes, I am looking at both systems, and as mentioned above, I’m not sure the enterprise line will give me a lot of extras that I will actually need and/or use. As long as I can configure the IP ranges and have DHCP reservations by MAC-address, I should be kinda covered. This system will connect to my Ubiquity EdgeRouter X that acts as my NAT router to the internet provider.
As far as I understand, the antenna does support PoE, so it won’t need to sit in a socket, if I pull an Ethernet cable connected to a PoE power source.
I wasn’t aware of the Synology option, but as this new house is stretching out quite wide, I doubt that a single access point will be able to cover it all at decent speeds.
@Ben_Lincoln Thanks! Have not seen any Google offerings locally, but I’m happy to hear it works well for you!
Again, thanks all, most helpful!