Crear red one mesh

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Crear red one mesh
Crear red one mesh
2021-09-07 07:29:19 - last edited 2021-09-08 01:21:22
Model: Archer AX6000  
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Hola.

Quiero crear una red one mesh para ampliar cobertura wifi. Ahora tengo el router ARCHER ax6000 y quiero saber si es posible extender wifi (one mesh) comprando un ARCHER ax10 y conectándolo en otra planta de la vivienda por cable. Es posible? Qué me recomendáis?

Muchas gracias.

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2021-09-08 01:20:43 - last edited 2021-09-08 01:21:22

@LUICAR 

 

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

 

You need to purchase a Onemesh range extender or powerline extender to build a Onemesh network with the AX6000:

https://www.tp-link.com/onemesh/product-list/


If you still want to purchase a wireless router, 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, but not Oneemesh.

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2021-09-08 01:20:43 - last edited 2021-09-08 01:21:22

@LUICAR 

 

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

 

You need to purchase a Onemesh range extender or powerline extender to build a Onemesh network with the AX6000:

https://www.tp-link.com/onemesh/product-list/


If you still want to purchase a wireless router, 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, but not Oneemesh.

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