What is the difference between Archer AX11000 V1.X and the newly listed V2?

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What is the difference between Archer AX11000 V1.X and the newly listed V2?
What is the difference between Archer AX11000 V1.X and the newly listed V2?
2021-10-03 00:44:21
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I noticed that besides versions 1.0 and 1.6 listed for Archer AX11000, there are is now version 1.8 and even V2 that appears on the drop down menu when you go to the main page for Archer AX11000.

 

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Anyone know what has changed or beet updated?

  

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Re:What is the difference between Archer AX11000 V1.X and the newly listed V2?
2021-10-11 12:20:41

@Mystiky 

 

As far as I know, the basic functions and features are the same on AX6000 V1, V1.6/V1.8, and V2, we generally update the package and product label to mark the package or production revision, the number after the period is usually due to a change in the display box or where the device came from.

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Re:What is the difference between Archer AX11000 V1.X and the newly listed V2?
2021-11-18 17:06:32

@Kevin_Z 

 

The BOX dispalyed as V1.6 and the device showing in the managment console V1.0

The product bought @ 

Here is the actual version showed in the management console ? why it's like this?

Is it hardware wrongly shipped/packaged ?  Anyone can help to provide more information.

Firmware Version: 1.2.3 Build 20210719 rel.14861(5553)

Hardware Version:  Archer AX11000 v1.0

 

 

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Re:What is the difference between Archer AX11000 V1.X and the newly listed V2?
2021-11-19 06:22:54 - last edited 2021-11-19 06:29:05

@USATPRouters 

 

V1.0=V1.6/V1.8.

 

The x.6 or x.8 simply means they are made or produced from different production revisions, but all the functions and features are the same.

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