BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul

BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul

BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul
BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul
2024-05-08 14:48:49 - last edited 2024-05-09 02:45:25
Model: Archer BE800  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.1.1 Build 20240227 rel.33191

Hi - I'm trying to linked my BE800 to my BE550 via ethernet to extend my wireless network. I have the BE550 set up in AP mode, but would much prefer to have it be a mesh node. There is conflicting information on whether or not these two routers support an ethernet backhaul. Can I get a definitive answer and ideally instructions on how to make this happen?

 

Many thanks,

Mike

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Re:BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul-Solution
2024-05-08 16:18:02 - last edited 2024-05-09 02:37:05

  @MikeB75 

 

Both BE800 and BE550 support Easymesh ethernet backhaul - details.

Your BE550 should be in wireless router mode (factory reset) to configure this - here's a guide.

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Re:BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul-Solution
2024-05-08 16:18:02 - last edited 2024-05-09 02:37:05

  @MikeB75 

 

Both BE800 and BE550 support Easymesh ethernet backhaul - details.

Your BE550 should be in wireless router mode (factory reset) to configure this - here's a guide.

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Re:BE800 --> BE550 Ethernet Backhaul
2024-05-09 14:44:41

  @terziyski That worked perfectly. My issue was trying to set up the remote router using the app and not the website interface. That worked like a charm. Thanks!

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