Using a bridge with a deco mesh router system

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Using a bridge with a deco mesh router system
Using a bridge with a deco mesh router system
2023-02-26 03:23:04 - last edited 2023-02-27 00:59:42

I have an ax90 hooked into my internet then some m5 units to extend. One of the m5 units is connected to a bridge on the other side of the bridge is another AX 90. Can this be done?  My deco network says everything is green but the network node does not appear on the other side. The bridge has full connectivity and seems to working properly. Please help

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Re:Using a bridge with a deco mesh router system
2023-02-27 13:56:08

  @1j9o6e6 

You can not extend your Mesh through any BRIDGE device. 

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2023-02-28 02:22:52

  @1j9o6e6 Hi, Could you mind sharing a detailed network topology of your current setup?

For the AX90. do you mean Archer AX90 or Deco X90?

Thank you very much.

 

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Re:Using a bridge with a deco mesh router system
2023-02-28 15:27:07 - last edited 2023-02-28 15:28:55

Yes they are X90's and M5's in the nextwork all deco

internet-x90-m5-m5-bridge-bridge-x90

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Re:Using a bridge with a deco mesh router system
2023-03-03 08:36:34

  @1j9o6e6 

Thanks for the update.

Since All Deco models could work together, Deco X90 is able to create a Mesh backhaul(WiFi Backhaul or Ethernet Backhaul) with Deco M5 as well.

But here you mean "m5-bridge-bridge-x90", I am still a little confused and what kind of "bridge" that you refer to.

 

Best regards.

 

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