Archer AX10 as wired mesh repeater

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Archer AX10 as wired mesh repeater
Archer AX10 as wired mesh repeater
2021-08-18 15:11:37 - last edited 2022-08-23 12:15:35
Model: Archer AX10  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.2

I have one Archer AX10 as my main router.

 

Is there a way for me to configure a second AX10 to act as a repeater/extender of the same ssid with the One mesh feature (so my devices change automatically between routers)?

 

Since I have cables in my home, I can do it both wired or wireless.

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2021-08-18 18:01:34 - last edited 2021-08-19 03:11:07

@Allan.jones 

 

You can't use two routers to build a OneMesh network - Q10/A10.

What you can do is to set the second AX10 in AP mode (Case 1), connected by wire to the main one and extend your wireless coverage across your home.

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2022-08-23 12:15:50 - last edited 2022-08-23 13:21:48

Hello @Allan.jones and everyone who is looking for Onemesh between two routers,

 

I'm updating here to let you know that there will be a new feature called EasyMesh added to the TP-Link routers and range extenders, which will allow you to build a mesh network between two routers wirelessly.

 

Please visit the following thread to know more about how EasyMesh will work, leave your comments there if you have further inquiries:

EasyMesh Networking: Build Wireless Backhaul between Routers and Range Extenders

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2021-08-18 18:01:34 - last edited 2021-08-19 03:11:07

@Allan.jones 

 

You can't use two routers to build a OneMesh network - Q10/A10.

What you can do is to set the second AX10 in AP mode (Case 1), connected by wire to the main one and extend your wireless coverage across your home.

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2022-08-23 12:15:50 - last edited 2022-08-23 13:21:48

Hello @Allan.jones and everyone who is looking for Onemesh between two routers,

 

I'm updating here to let you know that there will be a new feature called EasyMesh added to the TP-Link routers and range extenders, which will allow you to build a mesh network between two routers wirelessly.

 

Please visit the following thread to know more about how EasyMesh will work, leave your comments there if you have further inquiries:

EasyMesh Networking: Build Wireless Backhaul between Routers and Range Extenders

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2022-08-23 13:21:24 - last edited 2022-08-23 13:21:46

Hello, @Kevin_Z .

 

Thanks a lot for taking your time to reply. Lookingo foward for the new update with this feature.

 

Best regards.

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