Supported devices and compatibility

Find a compatible device

Looking for some new hardware? There are many different options for hardware that is compatible with MyWiFi -- what's best for you will depend on your situation, so we always suggest taking a look into multiple solutions!

Device compatibility

MyWiFi is compatible with several hardware manufacturers. We have grouped them according to your install needs: small installs and large installs. Click here for a list of compatible TP-Link devices.

Suitable for small installations

Small areas that need social WiFi services are called small installations.

Small cafes, restaurants, retail shops, and so on are usually qualified as small installations, as well as devices used for demo purposes. If you only need one device, or maybe two, it's likely a small installation.

Here is the hardware best used for small installations: 

Suitable for large installations

If the small routers are not sufficient to deliver social WiFi due to signal range or user limitations, you will need to use cloud controllers that provide good WiFi signal coverage in larger areas, often by using multiple APs.

These can easily be used in large areas, such as big restaurants with large seating capacities, hotels, event areas, shopping malls, and so on.

Here are the brands of cloud controllers we support: 

Plug and play hotspots

We have pre-flashed devices (with our firmware already installed) that are plug-and-play and ready to go - check out our store for available devices!

Cloud Controllers

MyWiFi also integrates directly with various cloud controllers with no additional hardware required. Click the manufacturer below to be take






Custom device scripts

MyWiFi has also developed a custom script to work with Mikrotik devices. Mikrotik devices can also be used as Gateways to support larger installations and venues with existing APs.

Flash your own devices

We also support many OpenWRT and TP-Link devices.

It's Important

Please read this article to learn more about flashing your device with MyWiFi firmware; you will not need to do this for all devices, but if you do, it is essential that it's done properly. 

You need to confirm the device model and version number before flashing the device; if it's not on the list, MyWiFi will not work with that model or version number.

Need Help?

If you have any questions, please contact our support team by clicking the support icon located in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

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