Archer AX10 Mesh setup

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Archer AX10 Mesh setup
Archer AX10 Mesh setup
2022-01-20 17:11:24 - last edited 2022-08-23 12:19:33
Model: Archer AX10  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: latests

Is it possible to use a Second AX10 router as a Mesh unit for the first AX-10 router ?

 

Thats all for now :) 

 

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2022-08-23 12:19:28 - last edited 2022-08-23 12:19:33

Hello @Ganz 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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Re:Archer AX10 Mesh setup
2022-01-20 18:14:45

@Ganz 

 

Unfortunatelly, it is not possible (yet). Check out TP-Link's OneMesh page. https://www.tp-link.com/en/onemesh/

 

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Re:Archer AX10 Mesh setup
2022-01-21 11:36:44

@woozle 

 

Thx for your reply.

 

The "only" think wy waiting for is that the router must in apear on the support list, to make that happen is a new firmware for the AX 10 ?

yhou say "yet" it means that TP-link is working on it ?

 

 

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Re:Archer AX10 Mesh setup
2022-01-21 20:04:06

@Ganz 

 

Check this feature request for details on that matter.

Meanwhile there's a new mesh standard on the way - EasyMesh.

The short answer is (as woozle stated in his post) - you can't connect two AX10 in OneMesh.

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2022-01-22 14:21:43
ok thats clear. Ik hope they make it soon possible.
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Re:Archer AX10 Mesh setup
2022-01-22 22:02:45

@Ganz 

 

In any case, if you are going to buy another router, then make sure it already supports the feature(s) you are looking for out of the box. Don't buy a new router based on any "this feature is coming soon" announcements, because you might end up disappointed.

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Re:Archer AX10 Mesh setup
2022-01-23 19:11:01

@woozle  i agree with that, i was just wondering of it was woking with a seconde router.

i go for now fot the RE505X as an onemesh setup.

 

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2022-08-23 12:19:28 - last edited 2022-08-23 12:19:33

Hello @Ganz 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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