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26. July 2022 TP-LINK

With OneMesh, existing routers and WLAN components from TP-Link become mesh-capable via a firmware update, i.e. they can be combined to form an intelligent network with a uniform SSID (network name).

A normal network is supplied by a WLAN router. When the connection is poor, many users resort to a repeater.
The problem: connection to the repeater is established only when connection to the router is lost.
This leads to malfunctions or termination of the current connection.

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Solution:

Network components are intelligently interconnected in meshes. WLAN repeater becomes a fixed part of the uniform network name.
Intelligent network handover from router to repeater.

All through a software update. With hardware already in place.

Check right away if your products are able to do this before you replace your network: tp-link.com/en/onemesh/compatibility

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If you are faced with the choice of replacing the existing router or buying a mesh set, TP-Link OneMesh ™ solves your dilemma. The uninterruptible WLAN simply follows three steps: First, update the firmware of your existing TP-Link router to a OneMesh version. Then connect your OneMesh Repeater or Powerline Adapter to the OneMesh Router. That’s it!

AX10 Router

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  • Ethernet ports: 1x Gigabit WAN port, 4x Gigabit LAN ports
  • Hardware: 1.5 GHz triple-core CPU
  • Buttons: WPS/Wi-Fi button, Power button, Reset button
  • Antennas: 4x external antennas
  • External power supply: 12 V/1 A

Range Extender

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  • Button: WPS button, reset button
  • Port: 1x Gigabit Ethernet port
  • Antenna: 2x external antennas
  • Power consumption: 10 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 74.0 x 46 x 124.8 mm (2.9 x 1.8 x 4.9 in.)

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