Why Does Box Say "Mesh Wifi-Extender"?

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Why Does Box Say "Mesh Wifi-Extender"?
Why Does Box Say "Mesh Wifi-Extender"?
2021-11-16 22:18:37 - last edited 2021-12-12 11:32:26
Model: RE200
Hardware Version: V20
Firmware Version: Na

Why does this range extender say "mesh" in its name?  

 

If I get more than one, will it make a mesh?

 

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2021-11-18 07:55:02 - last edited 2021-12-12 11:32:26

Hi @upwardgaze 

Thank you for asking,  here is an introduction of TP-Link OneMesh, It needs a tp-link OneMesh router first in your house. 

OneMesh - Flexibly Create a Whole-Home Wi-Fi

 

If you own a tp-link OneMesh- compatible router, you could have 1-2 OneMesh compatible range extenders connected to router to build a Mesh system.

Several questions about the OneMesh and Mesh

 

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2021-11-18 07:55:02 - last edited 2021-12-12 11:32:26

Hi @upwardgaze 

Thank you for asking,  here is an introduction of TP-Link OneMesh, It needs a tp-link OneMesh router first in your house. 

OneMesh - Flexibly Create a Whole-Home Wi-Fi

 

If you own a tp-link OneMesh- compatible router, you could have 1-2 OneMesh compatible range extenders connected to router to build a Mesh system.

Several questions about the OneMesh and Mesh

 

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