Can you have a second RE650 to further extend the network beyond the reach of the initial RE650?

Can you have a second RE650 to further extend the network beyond the reach of the initial RE650?
Can you have a second RE650 to further extend the network beyond the reach of the initial RE650?
2018-07-11 19:30:25
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I would like to further extend the reach of my wi-fi network and I am considering purchasing a second RE650 for that purpose.

Can I configure the initial RE650 as the host network for the second RE650?

This is what it would look like:

TP-Link Archer VR900 Router -> TP-Link RE650 (1) -> TP-Link RE650 (2) -> Devices

Would there be any issues with this?
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Re:Can you have a second RE650 to further extend the network beyond the reach of the initial RE650?
2018-07-20 15:35:36
Yes, we can but the wireless speed will decrease in this connection.

Better to extender the wifi like this:

VR900 router -> RE6001 -> Devices

VR900 router -> RE600 2-> Devices

That's to way, we'd better extend the wifi from the main router and the speed won't be affected.
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