AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?

AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?

AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?
AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?
2022-08-15 07:27:20 - last edited 2022-08-17 07:42:04
Model: Archer AX20  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 0

Hello, 

I want to connect th AX20 to my home network and make it work as a repeater (for WiFi) , or if it's not possiable as a bridge-station 

can I do it?

 

I want the 5Ghz will be the backbone (connection ) to my main router and the 2.4Ghz will be the AP 

or 

just connect the 5GHZ\2.4Ghz to my main router and connect using the ethernet 

 

hope my question is easy to config :-)

*** if I need to update firmware or something - I will 

 

Thanks, 

 

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Re:AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?-Solution
2022-08-15 14:57:36 - last edited 2022-08-17 07:42:04

  @David_4321 

 

AX20 doesn't support 'Range Extender' mode.

You can configure AX20 in AP mode (Case 1) and use both its 2.4/5GHz wireless bands to extend your wireless coverage.

The connection in this case would be an ethernet cable between your main router LAN port and the AX20 WAN port.

You can set the AX20 wireless SSID (for 2.4/5GHz bands) the same or different from these on your main router.

if your infrastructure doesn't allow this scenario, you could choose a device which supports a 'Range Extender' mode or WDS feature - here's a list of these devices.

This list should include devices like Archer AX11000 v1, Archer AX6000 v1 and Archer C64 as well.

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Re:AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?-Solution
2022-08-15 14:57:36 - last edited 2022-08-17 07:42:04

  @David_4321 

 

AX20 doesn't support 'Range Extender' mode.

You can configure AX20 in AP mode (Case 1) and use both its 2.4/5GHz wireless bands to extend your wireless coverage.

The connection in this case would be an ethernet cable between your main router LAN port and the AX20 WAN port.

You can set the AX20 wireless SSID (for 2.4/5GHz bands) the same or different from these on your main router.

if your infrastructure doesn't allow this scenario, you could choose a device which supports a 'Range Extender' mode or WDS feature - here's a list of these devices.

This list should include devices like Archer AX11000 v1, Archer AX6000 v1 and Archer C64 as well.

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Re:AX20 as repeater or bridge mode?
2022-08-16 06:08:14

  @terziyski 

this I mange to do 

but my problem is that in the room I want to work - the Main router WiFi signal is to low (~100dbm)

so I thought maybe to put the Ax20 in the middle  and then connect my computer with LAN 

 

there is no logic (for me) to put my main router along with the AX20 side by side - the signal is too low in any case 

 

thank you - maybe this is not the device I need 

 

 

  

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