I recently installed a mesh system in my house. While the house is
relatively small, it did have some dead spots with my old system. My old
system was a router with a repeater. The new system has a router with two
mesh devices. Coverage is complete but the reason I upgraded was to avoid
having different networks for different parts of the house. Now I can
"roam" throughout the house with no dead spots and not having to change
networks. Note - It worked good with just the main router and one mesh
device, but I decided to make sure it worked everywhere. Now I'm down to
just two networks, my home network and a guest network.
The other part of your question, how the hell does it do that. It does it
without using ethernet or powerline adaptors. For more info check out this
On Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 8:09 AM Bob Goodwin <bobgoodwin(a)fastmail.us> wrote:
Does anyone have experience with the so called "mesh wifi" systems. My
daughter suggested that I need one after reading a review. All I can
find is a lot of hype devoid of the things I would like to know, mainly
how are the units interconnected? It occurs to me that they might use
Ethernet via the ac power line.
I would appreciate anything anyone might have to share on the subject.
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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