TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?

TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?

TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-01-11 20:28:36
Model: Archer AXE5400  
Hardware Version: V1
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Hi, in the last couple of weeks I've purchased the following:

 

TP-Link AXE5400 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6E Router, Wi-Fi Speed up to 5400 Mbps, 5x Gigabit Port, 1× USB 3.0 Port, 1.7 GHz Quad-Core CPU, with TP-Link OneMesh™and HomeShield, Compatible with Alexa(Archer AXE75)

 

And a:

 

TP-Link AXE5400 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Gigabit Port, 160 MHz Channels, Built-In Access Point Mode, Easy Setup, UK Plug (RE815XE)

 

Both advertised as WiFi 6e devices which are compatible with OneMesh.

 

As I do not wish to "Waste" the 6e signal going to my 6e range entender and to maintain maximum speed I have them connected with ethernet with the Ranger Extender in AP mode.

 

How do I get OneMesh to work? and get 6e working across both 6e devices?

 

thank you.

 

 

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-01-11 21:21:59

  @SnaffyNoo 

 

You can have mesh between these devices only if you connect them wirelessly.

When RE815XE is in AP mode (wired) it won't support building a mesh network.

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-01-12 06:51:19

  @terziyski 

 

Thank you for the reply.

Ok, I understand so I need to disconnect the ethernet cable link and use it wirelessly, I can make that change yes.

 

So as they are both the latest WiFi 6e matching devices:

 

TP-Link AXE5400 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6E Router, 

TP-Link AXE5400 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E Range Extender

 

Once I do that, disconnect the cable and enable OneMesh, it means I will then have a mesh working with WiFi 6e working from both devices. Yes?

Is that correct?

 

Thank you.

 

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-01-12 07:02:14

  @SnaffyNoo 

 

Not really. You have to switch your RE815XE back in range extender mode first.

Then use this guide to build a Onemesh between the AXE75 and the RE815XE.

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-01-12 21:27:18

  @terziyski 

terziyski wrote

  @SnaffyNoo 

 

Not really. You have to switch your RE815XE back in range extender mode first.

Then use this guide to build a Onemesh between the AXE75 and the RE815XE.

 

Thank you for the reply and the link to the guide.

Yes, as you say I will need tochange the device back into extender mode.

 

Just to fully clarify things before I start making changes.

Once I make that change and follow that guide, will this then mean that I will have a WiFi 6e enabled mesh working between these two WiFi 6e devices?

 

So I will be able to connect to either device with WiFi 6e speeds from my phone, laptop etc?

 

thank you.

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-01-12 21:40:54

  @SnaffyNoo 

 

Just follow the guide and when you configure the Onemsh you'll see what the mesh is and what it can do.

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-03-17 18:13:18

  @terziyski hi bud, 

 

I have the axe75 as an access point I also have 2 wifi6e devices and they don't pick up. As wifi6e how do I enalbkes the e? As the WiFi6 speeds are 200mb slower than my isp. Router :(

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Re:TP-Link AXE5400 (Archer AXE75) Plus (RE815XE) - Wifi 6e OneMesh?
2024-03-18 16:11:49

  @JakBear 

 

Here's the 'e' part of the wireless settings:

 

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