I will be the first to admit that I was wrong when I added the 20 Leviton switches with a faulty WiFi network. I currently have 3 Apple Airport Extreme (AirPort Extreme 802.11ac (6th generation)). The configuration is modem to 1 Apple Airport Extreme configuration as a router (in the living room located on the entertainment center), and the other two are connected to that extreme in bridge mode (Located in the guest bedroom and the bedroom located on the entertainment center). Currently, I have separate 2.4 and 5 GHz networks. Most of the time things are fine, but from time to time I have to restart Apple Airport Extreme for all Leviton devices to be happy. I decided on UniFi Dream Machine Pro ([https://store.ui.com/collections/unifi-network-unifi-os-consoles/products/udm-pro](https://store.ui.com/collections/unifi-network-unifi-os-consoles/products/udm-pro)) I have a 1400sqm apartment with cable connections to my garage, bedroom and guest bedroom. Currently, in my bedroom connected to one of the Apple Extreme is an Ikea hub, a Mac Pro cache server and an AppleTV. Currently, in my guest bedroom connected to one of the Apple Extreme is an AppleTV. What access points do you recommend and where? (I was thinking about the living room and the guest bedroom) What switches do you recommend for the bedrooms? Any other recommendations for those who use Leviton switches and are solid?
Leviton HomeKit switches and ubiquitous WiFi network
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