I'm looking for recommendations for a good WiFi AP with support for VLANs and SSID segregation (plus standard stuff like dual/triple band, 11ac+, etc.)
I'm well aware of UniFi line, but I'm trying to stay away from whole SDN mess for now...
I wonder if there are any consumer APs with such capabilities, or not too ridiculously expensive enterprise options.
Please let me know if such a unicorn exists. Thanks.

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