Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh

Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh

Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-02 10:23:09
Tags: #EasyMesh #OneMesh #Troubleshooting
Model: Archer C7   TL-WR841N  
Hardware Version: V5
Firmware Version:

What are the differences b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh?, as they are a concept of creating mesh networks. Mine is Archer C7 and it supports OneMesh. But the main problem is it has reached its EOL and also my device is giving various problems from random & frequent disconnections, restarts, speed and signal losses.

In the device specifications page I find that many of them supports OneMesh, some are EasyMesh compatible(not fully supported, but listed in EasyMesh devices page)

 

Now that is i'm planning to upgrade the networking experiences, what are the devices recommended, with recommended setup, and also not heavy on the wallet. Whether considering only EasyMesh or only OneMesh (or) both is necessary. 

 

PS: ISP is giving 350Mbps plan.

 

OneMesh Devices list:

EasyMesh Devices list:

 

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-02 13:30:41 - last edited 2024-02-02 13:36:04

  @Nav97 

 

Better consider an easymesh device - they have better compatibility and interoperability.

A good candidates which fit your requirements:

Archer AX55, AX53 (Wi-Fi 6)

Archer C86, C64 (Wi-Fi 5)

Here's the difference between onemesh and easymesh and some other TP-Link mesh technologies.

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-03 05:50:51

  @terziyski 

But the availability of EasyMesh devices are low and even Wifi 6/6E devices with Tri-Band/Quad-Band aren't fully EasyMesh supported. Not going to Wifi 7 coz of pricey tag.

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-03 10:20:09

  @Nav97 

 

 

Here's the list of all Easymesh compatible routers.

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-05 07:17:21

  @terziyski most products mentioned in this EasyMesh list is yet to be fully supported right?, like AX72, AX73, AXE75 etc.,,,

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-05 07:21:39

  @terziyski Is it possibe to cross connect to create a mesh between an EasyMesh and Deco?

 

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-05 07:30:03 - last edited 2024-02-05 07:32:24

  @Nav97 

 

No, that's not possible because these are different mesh technologies - details.

By the way AX72 and AX73 already support easymesh - devices that a re marked planned are still under development.

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-05 13:39:43 - last edited 2024-02-05 13:41:03

  @terziyski But in AX72 and AX73 's specifications page Only OneMesh support is been mentioned. Similar case for AX72 Pro also.

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-05 14:05:06 - last edited 2024-02-05 15:38:15

  @Nav97 

 

Those descriptions are outdated - check the Support => Firmware tab for reference:

 

 

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2024-02-06 03:44:29

  @terziyski These firmwares are available in the devices that are in the EU regions only, in Indian region,  devices are given with US firmwares only what should I do???

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Re:Difference b/w EasyMesh and OneMesh
2024-02-06 08:15:44

  @Nav97 

 

You just have to choose which router do you like - both EU and US region FW support Easymesh on these.

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