Problem with my current kit TP-Link TL-PA8030 with range extender RE210

Problem with my current kit TP-Link TL-PA8030 with range extender RE210
Problem with my current kit TP-Link TL-PA8030 with range extender RE210
2020-11-17 11:13:56 - last edited 2020-11-17 12:02:24

Hi, I have a router Archer MR600 with a 4G SIM + a kit TP-Link TL-PA8030P with range extender RE210...I live in a two floors apartment and at the 1st floor I have the range extender. Quite often the wifi performances goes down and I am not able to surf :-(( ..it seems the RE210 cannot replicate the signal...now I see that there are these new generation range extenders wit OneMesh...my questions are:

1. Can i resolve definitely these problems by buying one of these OneMesh range extender?

2. I see that there are different OneMesh Extenders i.e. RE300, RE505X, RE220, RE650 and so on...which one would you suggest? Which one is the best with best coverage? My apartment is now of 90 square meters but I would like a range extender that can cover bigger apartments i.e. 300 square meters and also cover the outdoor/garden

Thanks

 

 

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Re:Problem with my current kit TP-Link TL-PA8030 with range extender RE210
2020-11-20 08:03:27

@Klod 

Good day.

Sorry for the delay.

When you said ‘RE210 cannot replicate the signal’, did you mean that RE210 could not have the same SSID of MR600?

Actually, I could not sure that changing the OneMesh extender would improve the instability.

If the instability was caused during the roaming(Such as moving from the router to the RE210), OneMesh might help; but if not, it would be the same as RE210.

Since you also have TL-PA8030P kit, I wander how it is connected to the MR600?

Is there any chance that you could connect the RE210 via Ethernet cable to the slave powerline adapter so that we could set RE210 as the access point, which would be better than OneMesh extenders.                                       

 

Thank you very much!

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