What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?

What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?

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Re:What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?
2023-09-18 14:25:52

  @Kevin_Z when will ax 73 v1 be supported for easy mesh? V2 is already supported through firmware update

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2023-11-02 06:17:12 - last edited 2023-11-02 06:20:42

Hello @Macrox  @AnyaSkywalker 

 

Happy News!

 

We have provided public beta firmware for Archer AX55 V1, which introduces several exciting new functions and improvements to enhance your experience including Ethernet BackhaulEasyMesh in AP modeSatellite Router ManagementDoH&DoTECO Mode, etc.

 

Please visit the following thread to learn more about these new features, and do let us know if there is anything that comes up with the new beta:

Public Beta for Archer AX55 V1 Supports EasyMesh Ethernet Backhaul, DoH&DoT, ECO Mode and More

 

We encourage you to try out this beta firmware and take advantage of the following features. Leave your comment or ask questions in the about topic. Your feedback and suggestions are greatly appreciated.

 

Related Articles:

Product List of Wi-Fi Routers that Support EasyMesh Ethernet Backhaul

How to Build an Ethernet Backhaul Using Two EasyMesh Routers

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Re:What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?
2024-02-15 19:22:12
this beta applies to ax10 mybe the ax73 please confirm i update my ax10 & ax73
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Re:What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?
2024-03-02 08:54:52

  @Kevin_Z Hi, Kevin, please, confirm, how much do easymesh routers in a satelite mode i can connect to the single easymesh router main device, not in a single chain? via ethernet backhaul, for example?

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Re:What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?
2024-03-04 05:42:07

  @MinDmit 

 

Theoretically, there is no limit for Ethernet Backhaul. However, for better performance and stability. We recommend up to 6 units in one EasyMesh network.

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Re:What is EasyMesh and how does it work with TP-Link routers and extenders?
2024-03-21 12:35:29

  @Sunshine Thanks

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